The Renault 5 Turbo made it's debut at the 1980 Corsica rally, with a 4-cylinder, 1397cc, turbocharged, fuel injected engine and 5-speed, rear-wheel drive transmission. It had two rally wins (Jean Ragnotti won both, one at the 1981 Monte Carlo rally and the second at the 1982 Corsica rally) and was 3664mm long, 1752mm wide, and 1323mm tall. The above picture is showing the 5 Turbo in the Monte Carlo rally.
About this creation
The front view of the car. The grille doesn't stand so far out as it did on the Peugeot.
The right side of the car. Again, I used labels and markers to make the racing numbers.
The back side of the car. You can see the exhaust pipe and rear windshield. The exhaust pipe is connected differently then the one on the 205.
The left side of the car. Identical to the right side.
If you take the rear wheels off, you can see the engine and the exhaust pipe somewhat connected to it. Even though the 5 Turbo's is mid, longitudinal, I couldn't fit it in the middle, so I put it in the back for a little detail.