The facelifted Renault Megane RS, probably an updated version of the Trophy or Trophy-R variant, has been spied with practically no disguise.
With only some blue tape on the front grille and lower air intake, it seems as though the updated Megane range should be revealed in the near future.
Up front, the revised Megane RS features new RS badges at the lower tip of the grille, as well as new headlight internals.
Renault Megane RS Trophy-R priced 'around $70k', online sales confirmed
Renault's Megane RS Trophy-R will be more expensive than an Audi S3 and BMW M140i when it lands early next year, the company confirming a price 'around $70,000' for the pared-back Nurburgring front-drive record holder.
Update: Renault Australia has confirmed a price of 'around $70,000' for the Trophy-R. We've updated the story and headline to reflect that.
Alpine is preparing a more focused version of its A110 for Le Mans, teasing the GT4-inspired coupe on social media.
The new A110 variant, which was spied testing at the Nurburgring in May, is expected to lob with a more powerful version of the standard car's 1.8-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, potentially making a Megane RS-aping 220kW.
Alpine is a name that won't mean much to most Australians, but the French manufacturer has set the mark high with its (re-)entry to the market, with its sights firmly set on the segment-leading Porsche 718 Cayman.