Two liters and bigger lights
In the South American market, in addition to the standard versions of Sander, its "sharp" version of the RS is also available. And it was a modernized Franco-Romanian carmaker. In addition to the sports bumpers, it boasts a dual rear tube, 17-inch wheels, roof spoiler, special red lacquer with stripes and exquisite LED taillights that direct Renault's ongoing production. We think it will even land. There are also changes to the cab. Wait here for sports seats, black ceiling, power windows, reversing camera, cruise control, and carbon-imitating interior materials. Cheap? Maybe, but that's enough to differentiate. The Sandero RS is also a surprise with the engine. Under its front hood is the 2.0 16V naturally-aspirated engine, tuned to 110 kW (150 hp), which sends six-speed manual transmission to the front wheels of 205 Nm. This is sufficient for a top speed of 202 km / h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 8 seconds.