Renault Sport Spider
Renault Sport Spider
Renault Sport Spider

Actually, the design and construction of the suspension is that of a racing car. From the outset the Spider was intended to be the basis for a new one-car racing series. Renault had been running these championships since the early 80s with the 5 Turbo, 21 Turbo, and Clio models.

Renault Sport Spider

Technical data

Renault Sport Spider
1996 - 1998
4 cylinder Turbo in line
1.998 cc
Bore x Stroke
82 x 93 mm
Max. Power
150 pk at 6.000 rpm
186 Nm at 4.500 rpm
Top speed
215 km/h
Acceleration 0-100 km/h
6,9 sec
rear wheel
5 gears, manuel
930 kg
2.343 mm
3.795 x 1.830 x 1.250 mm
Renault Sport Spider

The first prototypes for Project W94, as it was known at the time, were completed in mid-1994 and a concept version was presented to the public at the Geneva Motor Show a year later. The car went on sale in early 1996, assembled at the Alpine factory in Dieppe. Left hand drive versions were first produced with an aeroscreen device the same as the race cars. In 1997, a version with a full glass windscreen and wiper was made available.

Renault Sport Spider

The pedals of the Spider were adjustable as well as the seat so the driver could achieve a better driving position. Power for the Spider came from a version of the 2-litre F7R engine from the Clio Williams and Mégane Coupe, producing 150 PS (110 kW; 148 hp). The weight of the windscreen model was 965kg and the small wind deflector model was 930kg.

Renault Sport Spider

Approximately 1640 cars were produced through 1999, with the addition of around 80 race only versions.

Renault Sport Spider
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