Fluence is built on the existing assembly line at the Oyak-Renault plant in Bursa, Turkey, where the booted Mégane II was previously produced. The car comes in a choice of two petrol (1.6 16v 110 HP and 2.0 16v 140 HP) and two diesel engines (1.5 dCi 85 HP and 105 HP).

For two days, Renault Roadshow will showcase its Formula 1 vehicles and drivers in a track parade which will include demonstrations with Mégane Trophy and Car Toons, ride&drive, stunts, carnival and others.

Race driver Romain Grosjean and demo driver Lucas di Grassi will offer a series of spectacular demonstrations in a 600-meter long demo platform. The access is fee-free.

Renault Roadshow in Bucharest is the first event of this type ever staged in Romania.

Renault Roadshow Bucharest is part of a series of F1 events organized by the car maker’s formula 1 team in Rome, Lisbon, Seville, Dubai, Sao Paolo, New Delhi, Johannesburg, Moscow, Kiev, Warsaw and at Renault Technocenter near Paris.