Last October, Renault announced the Clio Renault Sport “Ange & Démon,” which was a limited 666-unit run global version of the 50-unit Clio R.S 200 Raider that was announced for the UK market.

The underpinnings for both are identical to the ‘standard’ Clio R.S 200 Cup, which was the launch car when TC Euro Cars introduced the facelifted Clio III R.S in the country, back in February, but the plan was to get the “Ange & Démon” (or Angel & Demon, if you prefer) in.

It’s here now. The car was unveiled last night along with the facelifted Koleos crossover, and is mechanically similar to the R.S. 200 Cup, the normally-aspirated F4R RS 2.0 litre mill offering 203 hp and 215 Nm, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. The Cup chassis brings stiffer dampers, a lower ride height and Brembo four-pot brake calipers – painted in red – along for the ride.

A mistake in the press release had the Clio priced at RM223k, but it turns out there’s no price premium over the base Clio R.S 200, with the asking price being RM199,426, just a shade over the R.S 200‘s RM199,000, on the road excluding insurance. Each car will come with a numbered plaque signifying the unit number in the production, and there’s of course the differentiation bits to help distinguish it from its base Cup sibling.

Specific to the Angel & Demon are a raft of items done in a gloss black finish, these being the roof, upper tailgate, rear spoiler, rear diffuser, F1-style blade in the front bumper, door handles and door mirrors. There’s pearly white and a matte paint finish called ‘Matt Hologram Grey,’ which looks quite the dish in the metal. Black 17-inch Speedline alloy wheels complete the exterior work.

The interior gets specific equipment such as leather wrapped Recaro seats and a metal gear shift lever, and the introduction of the R.S Monitor on-board telemetry system. Strangely, there’s no “Ange & Démon” logo on the left hand side of the rear quarter window pillar, which is supposed to identify the variant.