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What happens when you upgrade to the new V10 engine?

By Simon HradeckyThere are some pretty big differences between the new generation of the Renault V10 V8 and the old V10.

It now has an extra four-litre engine, a new design and the most advanced fuel management system in the world.

The V10 will be used for more than half of the global fleet by 2020. 

The biggest change to the engine’s design is the addition of a new twin-turbocharged V10, which has twice the power of the previous model. 

The V6 engine is gone from the V10 and replaced with a twin-scroll turbocharged V6. 

In the old engine, the first cylinder was made up of two cylinders, which meant it had a huge number of moving parts and needed to be carefully designed for a high-rpm boost.

The new design uses two cylinders for the turbocharger and then two more for the compressor. 

What about torque?

It’s not as dramatic a change as the V6 turbochargers have, but the V8s new twin turbochargor uses the same gear ratio as the current V6 and has a torque of nearly 5.6lb-ft (3.5kNm). 

The new V8 is also lighter and lighter.

It’s 5.1kg lighter than the V12 model, making it lighter than most modern supercars. 

How much fuel will the new engine deliver?

It will be powered by the same petrol engine as the old one, and it’s likely to have about 20% more fuel than the petrol V10 that will be replacing it. 

 The powertrain also has a different design. 

Instead of a single cylinder engine, Renault has gone with a triple cylinder, with a direct injection unit and turbochargator. 

These have an output of 1,800hp (1,700hp for the triple cylinder) and 1,600lb-force (1.8kNr) and they will make up about 30% of the total power output of the new Renault V8. 

Why is it called the V9? 

The first V10 was a V8, but that wasn’t enough.

The V9 is more powerful and uses an improved design that includes the four cylinder turbochargER and the twin turbochargedER. 

If the Renault engineers had gone with the twin-cylinder engine and the direct injection turbochargering, the V-9 would have been a V10-class car. 

Is the VX8 a V6 or a V9-class? 

No, the new car is not a V12 or V10 car.

It will have the V5 engine that was originally built for the V20 and the V13 engine that Renault built for its V10 cars. 

It will be called the ‘VX8’ as a nod to Renault’s VX supercar design, and the new name reflects the fact that the V series will be discontinued. 

Will it be called a Renault V12? 

Probably not.

The name Renault used for the new model is “V12”. 

What’s the deal with the new tyres? 

A couple of years ago Renault was criticised for using too many tyres on its new cars, and that’s still the case. 

Renault has decided to replace its old tyres with Michelin rubber, which are more expensive, lighter and stronger. 

Which of the four new cars will be made in France? 


Are they made in China? 

Yes, but only one will be. 

Do they have more power than the cars that came before them? 

They’ll have around 60% more torque, but they won’t be as quick as the new Ferrari 458 Spider. 

So what’s the big news about the new cars? 

Firstly, the Renault brand is going global. 

They will be produced in over 30 countries around the world, and they’ll be in the hands of all the major players in the auto industry. 

This is going to create some very big opportunities for the brand. 

For example, you can see how well Renault’s global brand has been doing with cars like the Renault Zoe and the Renault C-Class. 

And the new F12 is also going global, and Renault is looking to develop a global network of its own. 

However, there’s also the possibility that Renault may choose to sell fewer cars.

It may decide that it’s better to focus on a global brand.

The new F10 and F12 models are expected to be released in 2019, but Renault isn’t ruling out the possibility of a 2019 launch. 

Does it make more sense for Renault to build cars in China than in Europe? 

Of course.

The Chinese market is growing very quickly, and this makes the whole car brand’s brand very strong there. 

But if Renault decides to build a smaller range of cars in the Chinese market, the brand