To celebrate ten years of the Espace going on sale, in 1995 Renault joined forces with the Williams F1 team to create a one-off version of the original MPV. With Renault supplying V10 engines to Williams, the Espace F1 was created. Built on a carbon fibre chassis, the body was a carbon fibre-reinforced, more muscular version of the standard Espace's bodywork.
The Espace F1 produced 800bhp and 520lb ft of torque. The FW14's naturally aspirated 3.5-litre, 40-valve V10 engine was mounted in the middle of the car. It sent drive to the rear wheels through a six-speed, semi-automatic sequential gearbox.
The MPV could go from 0-62mph in 2.8sec and 0-120mph in 6.9sec, with a top speed of 194mph, and could still seat four people.
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