|Settle into this hot hatch’s sport seat and the first thing you’ll notice is a tachometer—and only a tachometer—mounted right in front of the driver. That’s a good sign this minute Renault has its priorities straight. Renault has decades of experience making small cars athletic, and the Twingo RS Cup is no different, being a track-day car that doesn’t punish occupants despite stiffer springs, a lower ride height, and larger wheels. The result is a stiffly-sprung car that handles like it’s on rails, with only the mildest understeer to remind you that it is ultimately a front-driver. Lighter than the standard Twingo and with the 132-horsepower motor pulled from the larger Renault Clio, it’s snappy off the line. It also looks sharp too, with available Renault Sport decals gracing the sides of the attractive hatch.|
— Official description 
The Sport Cup is a stripped-out variant of the Twingo RS, the hot hatch variant of the second generation Renault Twingo.
Designed for track day racing, it comes fitted with the optional Cup suspension package as standard, while also omitting air conditioning and other comfort features to save weight.
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|Conversion - Engine|
|I4T - 5 Turbo|
I4T - Clio RS197
V6 - - Clio V6
|I4T - Megane RS250|
|Conversion - Drivetrain|
|Conversion - Aspiration|
- It can be modified with Rieger aftermarket exterior parts.
- ↑ "Forza Motorsport 4 - Cars". forzamotorsport.net. Retrieved 07-14-2018.
- ↑ "Renaultsport Twingo 133 Cup (2009) review". carmagazine.co.uk. Retrieved 07/14/2018.
|1970s||Alpine A110 1600s|
|1990s||Alpine GTA Le Mans · Clio Williams|
|2000s||Clio RS 197 · Sport Clio V6 · Twingo Renault Sport Cup|
|2010s||Clio R.S. · Clio R.S. 200 EDC · Megane R.S. 250 · R.S.17|