The Renault 11 Turbo Hatchback of 1984 can rightly be called a one-of-a-kind vehicle. It was the European carmaker's first venture into turbocharging and featured an angular and aggressive external design. Its surface had sharp edges and cutouts, giving the car a unique look and feel. Under the bonnet lurked a 1.4-litre inline four-cylinder turbocharged engine, producing an impressive 115 hp and 112 lb-ft of torque. It was mated to a five-speed manual gearbox which helped the 11 Turbo Hatchback push 0-60mph in only 8.0 seconds and had a top speed of 125 mph. The suspension setup was composed of a double-wishbone arrangement with coil springs up front and an independent, rear suspension with torsion bar. The brakes were four-wheel discs, making the stopping duties smooth and reliable. On the inside, the Renault 11 Turbo Hatchback had the typical French luxury. Its maroon and black velour seats were surrounded by fake wood finishings and the three-spoke steering wheel allowed for better grip and control. Even though this hatchback boasted a powerful engine, its understated exterior and plush interior made it a vehicle with great versatility. The combination of turbocharged power, comfortable interior, and stylish exterior made the Renault 11 Turbo Hatchback one of the most sought-after cars of its time.
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