Культ Рено
Клуб Автолюбителей Renault
Воскресенье, 21 января 2018 г.

Sport Spider

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1996 Renault Sport Spider

Back in the mid-90s, the giant French manufacturer Renault was in need of a hit that didn’t look like a minivan. It thus invested heavily (mostly pride) in the development of the 1996 Renault Sport Spider. On the surface, the car was a great success; it hard sharp design, nice handling and was relatively fast. When you took a step back and compared it with the competition, chinks started to appear it its cleverly constructed image. Designed to compete with the Caterham  and Lotus Elise two-seaters, it proved quickly it wasn’t in the same league, and was more expensive, to boot! The Sport Spider had no roof (not even available) and no heater, and compared to the others, its steering was vague and handling sluggish. When it comes to speed, the meanest Caterham Seven could run circles around it.

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1996 Renault Sport Spider

Back in the mid-90s, the giant French manufacturer Renault was in need of a hit that didn’t look like a minivan. It thus invested heavily (mostly pride) in the development of the 1996 Renault Sport Spider. On the surface, the car was a great success; it hard sharp design, nice handling and was relatively fast. When you took a step back and compared it with the competition, chinks started to appear it its cleverly constructed image. Designed to compete with the Caterham  and Lotus Elise two-seaters, it proved quickly it wasn’t in the same league, and was more expensive, to boot! The Sport Spider had no roof (not even available) and no heater, and compared to the others, its steering was vague and handling sluggish. When it comes to speed, the meanest Caterham Seven could run circles around it.

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