If you're wondering what Renault's Clio RS might look like, then look no further (than the end of this page).
The company unveiled the fifth-gen Clio last week, a car featuring a whole new interior and exterior design, despite utilizing a rejigged version of its predecessor's platform.
The new Clio is set to launch with both petrol and diesel engines, yet petrol lovers are thought to be more interested in the upcoming RS.
Apparently, it's not all that hard to get a fix on what it will look like, given that the latest Clio took many styling cues from the Megane RS. As seen above, per XTomi, all one would have to do is fuse the design of the new Clio with the Megane's distinctive features.
The page displays an imaginary prediction of the car's appearance, showing off a sportier body kit on the outside and a Megane-like grille, as well as it's lighting signature with a set of large Y-spoke rims.
KieberSilva, however, went for a milder look in their visual prediction, with less black accents on the exterior, pointing to an athletic rear end with the same, albeit smaller, bumper, exhaust tip, and diffuser from the Megane RS. Admittedly, it does look less aesthetic than Xtomi's, but it could probably be closer to the actual car - we're going to have to wait to find out.
There have also been various reports claiming that the next Clio RS could have the same engine as its larger sibling but strapped with less power.
The 1.8-liter, turbo-four, which is likely to run the upcoming French model, goes up to 296 hp in the Megane RS Trophy and 276 in the less normal version, with a detuned version in the Alpine A110 that reaches 248 hp.