Since the current model generation, the three-door variant of the Renault Mégane and therefore also the top model RS are history. In the predecessor generation, the most powerful version of the French compact car, on the other hand, still had a coupé-like, dynamic body style with just two doors on the sides. This attractive, 273-hp top athlete is also ideal as a basis for tuning conversions. This is prooven, for example, by this Mégane RS project vehicle, which is now presented by JMS Fahrzeugteile. The specialists from Walddorfhäslach installed a set of Project 3.0 alloy wheels from the Ultralight Series from Barracuda Racing Wheels in the wheel arches. They have the dimensions 8.5×19 inches and tires in the size 225/35ZR19. To ensure that this combination is optimally covered on the front axle despite the rather generous dimensions, JMS made a special fender flare here. The quasi-mandatory lowering is due to a KW variant 3 coilover kit.
Visually, the wheels with a black milled finish were given a finish by the team at Sticker-Werk: The specialists wrapped the otherwise silvery, milled contour areas of the spokes
in bright red. The wheels are a perfect match for the red Barracuda Racing Bolts which JMS used to attach them to the axles. The wrapping of the Mégane body was also realized by Sticker-Werk. It has a striking pattern and a color change depending on the incidence of light.