took a big step with the new Clio RS 200 Turbo, switching from three doors to five, from a naturally-aspirated engine to a turbo and from a manual gearbox to a dual-clutch transmission. Time will tell how the enthusiasts receive it once it gets out on the road, but the roadgoing version is only part of the equation. The Clio RS also forms the basis for a popular race car. In fact Renault sold over 700 of its current Clio Cup racers, making it one of the most prolific racing cars ever made. And the French automaker's racing division has just revealed its replacement.