How many turbos does a Renault 5 have?
The car was primarily designed for rallying, but was also sold in a street version. A total of 4,987 (1,820 Turbo 1 and 3,167 Turbo 2) R5 Turbos were manufactured during the six-year production run.
Is Renault 5 Turbo a Group B car?
Although the standard Renault 5 Alpine had a 93 BHP, front-mounted and normally aspirated engine paired with front-wheel drive, the R5 Turbo featured a 160 BHP, mid-mounted, and turbocharged 1397cc engine with rear-wheel drive. In this respect, the R5 Turbo is often regarded as “the school of Group B”.
What is a lecar?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Le Car may refer to: Renault Le Car, the name used to market the Renault 5 automobile in the United States. Le Car, an electric car model from LeEco.
Which country does Renault belong to?
Who are we? Groupe Renault is an international company with French roots and a history stretching back more than 115 years. Present in 128 countries, we design, manufacture and market private and commercial vehicles sold under three brand names: Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors.
Is the Renault 5 front wheel drive?
The Renault 5 is a four-passenger, three or five-door, front-engine, front wheel drive hatchback supermini manufactured and marketed by the French automaker Renault over two generations: 1972–1985 (also called R5) and 1984–1996 (also called Super 5 or Supercinq).