2021 Renaulstrid 248 GTCv4-1 1.0

Extreme RWD track car with a Nurburgring time of 5:42:438

  1. Jörge-Martines
    The Renaulstrid 248 GTCv3 was a car of which we thought "We can't make this any faster". Well, we've proved ourselves wrong. Introducing the faster GTCv4!

    It now has a more powerful version of the Cv3's 2.8L V10, making over 1200 horsepower. And for this generation, we have decided to switch to a mid-transverse engine layout for optimal weight distribution. It is however still rear wheel drive. And yes, this lapped the Nurburgring in 5 Minutes 42 Seconds.

    It may not be the fastest to 100km/h, or the fastest around a slow hairpin. But oh boy, once you go above ~140km/h, the downforce kicks in. We have recorded it pulling just nigh of 4 lateral G. Of course this comes with a decreased top speed, which is at a pretty moderate ~280km/h.

    Good luck driving it, and turn down the master volume before doing so. Have fun!

Recent Reviews

  1. ARM2
    Version: 1.0
    easy to drive despite being rwd and having a lot of power. it has great traction and cornering speed allowing for easy sub 1:30 minute automation test track times. braking is good but there is some fade. overall a solid package and goes to show you don't need AWD to have great fun with high power. 5 stars.
  2. Xalinsky
    Version: 1.0
    Good looking car also interesting to drive, it absolute worth the 5 star rating. However, it suffer from brake fade and lack of suspension tweaking. Front suspension is too stiff and rear is too soft. I did some jbeam tweak for your 248GTCv3. The lap time of Nurburging is under 5'30 now. So i believe you could do it better. :D
    1. Jörge-Martines
      Author's Response
      I appreciate the feedback. There will probably be one more prototype build where we will go full-out.
  3. vegito786
    Version: 1.0
    Awesome awesome build
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