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Renault Fuego

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Produced from 1980 to 1992

The Renault Fuego is a sports coupé that was produced by the French automaker Renault between 1980 and 1985. The car was designed by Robert Opron and was first introduced at the 1980 Paris Auto Show. The Fuego was available in several different body styles, including a two-door coupé, a three-door hatchback, and a convertible.

The Fuego was powered by a range of engines, including a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and a 2.2-liter V6 engine. The car had a top speed of around 110 mph and could go from 0 to 60 mph in around 10 seconds. The Fuego was also known for its fuel efficiency and was popular among buyers who were looking for an affordable and practical sports car.

The Renault Fuego was also notable for its design, which was influenced by the design language of the Renault 30, the car’s predecessor. The Renault Fuego featured a sleek and sporty design, with a long hood, a sloping roofline, and a wide stance. The car also featured a unique “pop-up” headlights design, which gave the car a more aerodynamic look.

The Renault Fuego was produced in several different versions, including the Renault Fuego Turbo, which was an updated version of the original Renault Fuego that featured more horsepower and improved handling. The Renault Fuego Turbo was powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine that produced 120 horsepower.

The Renault Fuego was a popular car in Europe, particularly in France, where it was one of the best-selling sports cars of its time. The car was also popular in other countries, such as Italy and Spain, and was exported to many other markets around the world. Despite its popularity, the Renault Fuego was not without its problems, and some owners complained of poor build quality and reliability issues.

In conclusion, the Renault Fuego is a sports coupé that was produced by Renault between 1980 and 1985. The car was powered by a range of engines, including a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and a 2.2-liter V6 engine. It was known for its fuel efficiency and practicality as a sports car, as well as its design which was influenced by the Renault 30. The Renault Fuego was produced in several different versions, such as the Renault Fuego Turbo, which was more powerful and had better handling. Despite its popularity, the Renault Fuego had some problems and some owners complained of poor build quality and reliability issues.

Trim Levels/Versions

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YearModel NameFuelBodyWheelDrivePr.FromtoSpeedQOD
YearModel NameFuelBodyWheelDrivePr.FromtoSpeedQOD
1980 1980 Renault Fuego GTS Petrol CoupéFWD 172 km/h 1
1980 1980 Renault Fuego GTS Automatic Petrol CoupéFWD - 1
1980 1980 Renault Fuego 2000 GTX Petrol CoupéFWD 185 km/h 1
1980 1980 Renault Fuego Petrol CoupéFWD - 1
1980 1980 Renault Fuego Turbo Petrol CoupéFWD 193 km/h 1
1983 1983 Renault Fuego Turbo Diesel Diesel CoupéFWD 175 km/h 1

Engines

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» Diesel Engines
Id.Engine2068 cc
Kind of EngineTurbocharged
Identificative engine
Cylinders ConfigurationStraight/Inline Engine
Displacement2068 cc
Cylinders number4
FuelDiesel
Electric engine - kind
Battery kind
Peak Power (hp)
Peak Power (kW)
Battery power
Operating Voltage
Battery: Operating Temperature
Battery: System Voltage
Battery: Cell Configuration
Battery: 0-80% Charge time
Torque181 N-m
Torque @ r.p.m. 2000 rpm
Cylinders angle
Maximum Power (HP)87 hp
Power (PS)88 ps
Power kW65 kW
Power @ rounds per minute4250 rpm
Bore86 mm
Stroke89 mm
Valve TrainSingle overhead camshaft SOHC
Compression Ratio21.5:1
Engine block material
Cylinder head material
Fuel Systembosch diesel injection pump
CoolantWater
Engine Data accuracy
Fuego Turbo Diesel
» Petrol Engines
Id.Engine1397 cc1565 cc1647 cc1995 cc
Kind of EngineNaturally aspiratedTurbochargedNaturally aspiratedNaturally aspirated
Identificative engine
Cylinders ConfigurationStraight/Inline EngineStraight/Inline EngineStraight/Inline EngineStraight/Inline Engine
Displacement1397 cc1565 cc1647 cc1995 cc
Cylinders number4 4 4 4
FuelPetrolPetrolPetrolPetrol
Electric engine - kind
Battery kind
Peak Power (hp)
Peak Power (kW)
Battery power
Operating Voltage
Battery: Operating Temperature
Battery: System Voltage
Battery: Cell Configuration
Battery: 0-80% Charge time
Torque103 N-m199 N-m134 N-m163 N-m
Torque @ r.p.m. 3000 rpm 3000 rpm 3500 rpm 3000 rpm
Cylinders angle
Maximum Power (HP)64 hp132 hp96 hp110 hp
Power (PS)65 ps134 ps97 ps112 ps
Power kW48 kW98 kW72 kW82 kW
Power @ rounds per minute5500 rpm5500 rpm5750 rpm5500 rpm
Bore76 mm77 mm79 mm88 mm
Stroke77 mm84 mm84 mm82 mm
Valve TrainOverhead valves OHVSingle overhead camshaft SOHCSingle overhead camshaft SOHCSingle overhead camshaft SOHC
Compression Ratio9.25:1 8:1 9.3:1 9.2:1
Engine block material
Cylinder head material
Fuel System1 so carb1 so carb1 we carb1 we carb
CoolantWaterWaterWaterWater
Engine Data accuracy
Fuego
Fuego Turbo
Fuego GTS
Fuego GTS Automatic
Fuego 2000 GTX

Car body variants

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Variants#COU
#COU
#COU
#COU
Body styleCoupéCoupéCoupéCoupé
no.Doors
Wheelbase2443 mm2443 mm2444 mm2440 mm
Lenght4343 mm4343 mm4360 mm4360 mm
Width1689 mm1689 mm1690 mm1692 mm
Height1346 mm1321 mm1320 mm1316 mm
Curb Weight
Wheel Drive
Engine LocationFrontFrontFrontFront
Chassis
Seating capacity (number)
Track Tread (front)1430 mm1430 mm1430 mm1425 mm
Track Tread (rear)1350 mm1350 mm1350 mm1346 mm
Luggage capacity (min)
Luggage capacity (max)
Weight distribution (FRONT)
Engine AlignmentLongitudinalLongitudinalLongitudinalLongitudinal
Drag Coefficient
Equipment
Fuego 2000 GTX
Fuego Turbo
Fuego GTS
Fuego GTS Automatic
Fuego Turbo Diesel
Fuego

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