Mike Stevens | Feb 14, 2012

Renault has released a pair of conscience-swaying specials in its Clio Renault Sport family in the seductive forms of its limited-edition 'Angel & Demon' variants.

You'll enjoy the marketing spin that comes with the duo: "The Clio RS Angel & Demon seductively embodies the amorous ardour of Renault Sport, rounded off with a naughty twist."

Forget the PR talk though, because the light-footed Clio RS is a proper hot hatch, its 147.5kW four-cylinder engine delivering a 0-100km/h time of 6.9 seconds.

But in Angel and Demon form, the little Clio RenaultSport picks up a little more guts. With a little tweaking, output has been dialled up to 151kW.

The new specials also pick up the same gloss-black 18-inch wheels that featured on the Megane R26.R, along with Bridgestone RE050A tyres - a new addition to the Renault Sport line-up - and red Brembo calipers.

The cars are available in two matte colour finishes - Toro Red and Hologramme Grey - and a number of gloss black highlights are featured on the body.

There's also a commemorative plaque, dark tint on the rear-side and tailgate windows, leather Recaro sports seats, a metal gear knob, climate control, electric folding mirrors, red contrast stitching on the steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity and a multimedia connection box, Renault's on-board RS telemetry monitor, and protective floor mats.

If you're feeling particularly adventurous, you can also opt for an Angel & Demon decal to be added to the rear window pillar.



The Clio RS Angel & Demon cars are priced at $39,990 (plus on-roads), which puts it in-line with last year's Grand Prix edition.

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