Return of the Renault 5

Return of the Renault 5

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ajap1979

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4,739 posts

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ajap1979

Original Poster:

4,739 posts

151 months

Thursday 14th January
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DanielSan

16,044 posts

131 months

Thursday 14th January
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Gio G

2,672 posts

173 months

Thursday 14th January
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Looks great - GT Turbo version please smile

G

Hammerhead

2,559 posts

218 months

Thursday 14th January
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ajap1979 said:
That's going to be a cinch of a Lego kit!

Xenoous

251 posts

22 months

Thursday 14th January
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Gio G said:
Looks great - GT Turbo version please smile

G
It'll be Electric. But I suppose that didn't stop Porsche with the Taycan...

AlexIT

741 posts

102 months

Thursday 14th January
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Hammerhead said:
That's going to be a cinch of a Lego kit!
Why not, after all:


biggbn

9,568 posts

184 months

Thursday 14th January
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Like that, has the stance of a turbo rally car!!

bristolracer

4,411 posts

113 months

Thursday 14th January
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Cant wait to see it on the classics parked next to moderns thread

LuS1fer

37,492 posts

209 months

Thursday 14th January
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Very nice.

The French and Italians are getting very good at stylish designs while the Germans aren't.

_Mja_

1,184 posts

139 months

Thursday 14th January
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Looks really nice that.

But electric so may as well just get the basic model which will be plenty quick enough around town and the country lanes and sound exactly the same.

ESD1711

247 posts

15 months

Thursday 14th January
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I like it. Despite it all looking very futuristic and modern - you can defo still see elements of the original in it.

Nicely done!

Crafty_

12,729 posts

164 months

Thursday 14th January
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_Mja_ said:
But electric so may as well just get the basic model which will be plenty quick enough around town and the country lanes and sound exactly the same.
I think this is a problem for all manufacturers - why buy the M / AMG / GTI / whatever, with an EV the differences wil be minimal and certainly not worth the premiums. Even more than now they'll just become trim levels.

300bhp/ton

39,671 posts

154 months

Thursday 14th January
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Love the colour. Looks great. But will it really look like this if it makes it to production? Probably not.

Jazzer77

1,470 posts

158 months

Thursday 14th January
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Love this.

Its got the same vibes as the Honda-E.

bobbo89

3,351 posts

109 months

Thursday 14th January
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300bhp/ton said:
Love the colour. Looks great. But will it really look like this if it makes it to production? Probably not.
Exactly what I thought. I'd love it to come out looking like that but I bet those wide arches don't make it to production which, IMO, are what really make it!

MonkeyMatt

6,248 posts

171 months

Thursday 14th January
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Jazzer77 said:
Love this.

Its got the same vibes as the Honda-E.
Shame it will lose some of its styling for production in the same way as the Honda

texaxile

2,559 posts

114 months

Thursday 14th January
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Looks ok, but the wheels remind me of something out of Tron.

Koolkat969

233 posts

63 months

Thursday 14th January
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ajap1979 said:
That looks nice. It echoes the looks of the Mk2 Clios in my opinion


Uggers

2,077 posts

175 months

Thursday 14th January
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MonkeyMatt said:
Jazzer77 said:
Love this.

Its got the same vibes as the Honda-E.
Shame it will lose some of its styling for production in the same way as the Honda
It is a shame, same with so many concepts like the GT-86 and Honda-E

Yet the Audi TT concept barely changed to production and it was a massive success. So they can do it.

Quite like this one, we used to have a R5 gtl and always loved the R5 GTT