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Renaultsport Clio V6Every so often, the mad people of Renault Sport decide to smoke something a little stronger than a Gauloise and let their hair down a little.The results can be staggering, like sticking a 3.0-litre V6 engine where the rear seats and boot should be.Known as the Renault Alpine GTA elsewhere, in the UK it was sold as the Renault GTA, as Chrysler owned the rights to the Alpine name.First came the GTA Turbo in 1986, which was followed by the cheaper GTA V6 in 1988.

It was based on the TS and featured a five-speed gearbox, four iodine headlights, a rear spoiler and Gordini alloy wheels.A go-faster turbocharged version arrived in 1982, which paved the way for one of the greatest hot hatches of the 80s…Renault 5 GT Turbo“Gordon Bennett!” proclaimed the double page press ads, as Renault took a lump hammer to the hot hatch fight.And yet, despite all of this, we can’t help but love the unhinged and ‘mad as a box of frogs’ Clio V6. Renaultsport Megane 230 F1 Team R26But if you fancied a little soundproofing and the option to carry some rear seat passengers, the Renaultsport Megane 230 F1 Team R26 is arguably the next best thing.Renault 21 Turbo“The 21 Turbo is the best sporting saloon Renault has ever built,” proclaimed Autocar in 1988. With 175hp on tap, the 21 Turbo could sprint to 60mph in just under eight seconds, before going on to reach a top speed of 137mph. R is, perhaps, not only one of the best hot Renaults of all-time, but one of the best hot hatches the world has ever seen. Sure, there were a few – no rear seats, polycarbonate side and rear windows, no climate control, to name but three – but the R26. Ridiculously long name aside, the R26 was, until the arrival of the R26. A 230hp 2.0-litre turbocharged engine and a limited slip diff were just two of the highlights.

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