Renault Clio RS by Cam Shaft

Hot Hatch

Tuner prepares the hot hatch for the Green Hell with a green-splattered matte grey wrap.

Car wrapping firm Cam Shaft selected a Renault Clio RS for its latest project, foiling the hot-hatch in graphite accented in a sharp shade of green for a splash of color and covering the mirrors and 17-inch wheels. Handling has been improved by adding a H&R coilover suspension and fitting more powerful brakes taken from a Renault Megane, while an ECU remap has boosted the 2.0-liter four-pot from 198 horsepower and 159 lb-ft of torque to 225 hp and 184 lb-ft.

Performance has been further enhanced thanks to the installation of a K&N sports air filter, a Supersprint exhaust system and rear muffler by Mantova. Completing the package is a Sahler Motorsport Clubsport roll cage powder-coated in the same shade of green used on the exterior, and funky decals by Stickerbombing have been used to trim the cabin.

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