Renault Megane GT and GT Line have been recently unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow in March. These two sport versions are available across all of the Megane models – Hatchback, Coupe, Sport Tourer and Coupe-Cabriolet. The sales will start in June 2010.

GT Line is an option package for Megane Dynamique versions. They include specific chassis and are powered by economical and ecological engines.

The sportier GT pack is available with the 2.0Tce 180hp and 2.0 dCi 160hp power units. It features sporty exterior and interior details and finely-tuned chassis.

Renault Twingo, Clio and Laguna already have GT versions and the success in Europe is huge - more than 10 000 cars have been sold.

New Renault Megane GT and New Megane GT Line will go on sale in the UK in June.

The exterior includes the specific GT/GT Line front bumper with a reshaped central air intake incorporating a gloss black centre section that supports the number plate. The foglamps are housed in profiled, anthracite-coloured recesses on either side of the bumper, black headlamp backgrounds round off the shape of Megane GT and GT Line. At the rear the car got a new aerodynamic diffuser.

Additionally the car is lowered with 12mm to give sportier look.

The interior is slightly changed by adding Renaultsport front seats with additional lateral support (not available for Coupe-Cabriolet), aluminium-faced pedals and analogue rev-counter. It also includes polished carbon door pull handles, outer air-vents and dashboard trim.

The differences between GT and GT Line are:

GT Line badging on the grille and tailgate, and sit on anthracite-coloured 17" Celsium wheels. The door mirror housings also come with an anthracite-coloured finish.

Inside, GT Line badging can be seen on the dashboard trim strip, head rests and front door sills (no sill branding on Coupe-Cabriolet).

The more exclusive GT version includes GT grille badging, GT Renault Sport badging on the tailgate. They sit on 18" anthracite-coloured Jetow aluminium wheels.

Inside, GT badging figures on the dashboard trim strip and front head rests, along with Renaultsport branding on the door sills (except Coupe-Cabriolet).

Last, the thick-rimmed leather-trimmed steering wheel from the Megane Renaultsport 250 is now available for GT versions as standard.

Megane GT Line engines

Petrol engines:

  • 1.6 16V 110, with a six-speed manual gearbox,
  • TCe 130, with a six-speed manual gearbox,
  • 2.0 16V 140, with CVT transmission

Diesel engines:

  • dCi 106 Renault , with a six-speed manual gearbox,
  • dCi 110 DPF Renault , with the brand new EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) automatic transmission,
  • dCi 130 Renault , with a six-speed manual gearbox,

GT versions

  • TCe 180, with six-speed manual gearbox
  • dCi 160, with six-speed manual gearbox

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GT Line, GT and Renaultsport: a clear range structure for customers


GT Line



Option pack

Performance version

High-performance version

Front and rear badging

GT Line

GT Renaultsport

R.S. Renaultsport

Body types

Sport Tourer

Sport Tourer



Same as Dynamique equipment level (except 2.0 TCe180, 2.0 dCi 150 and 2.0 dCi 160)

2.0 TCe 180 and 2.0 dCi 160

2.0 Turbo Renaultsport


Lowered chassis and specific dampers (except New Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT and GT Line)

GT chassis

Renaultsport standard chassis
Optional Cup chassis


17-inch rims (specific GT Line design)

18-inch rims (specific GT design)

18-inch R.S. rims
Optional 19-inch R.S. rims


205/50 R 17

225/40 R 18

225/40 R 18 (standard chassis)
235/40 R 18 (Cup chassis)
235/35 R 19 (optional)