Re­nault un­wrap lat­est Twingo

Bray People - - MOTORING EXTRA -

RE­NAULT has taken a fresh, bold look at Twingo. Twenty years af­ter the in­tro­duc­tion of the orig­i­nal, Re­nault is proud to take the wraps off the third gen­er­a­tion of its small city car which has un­der­gone an in-depth trans­for­ma­tion. In ad­di­tion to its cheer­ful ex­pres­sion, New Twingo is avail­able in a choice of four body colours and is packed with in­no­va­tions. Ex­ten­sive per­son­al­i­sa­tion op­por­tu­ni­ties are nat­u­rally part of the pro­gramme.

New Twingo is ag­ile and boasts a turn­ing cir­cle of 8.65m, which is an aver­age one me­tre less than that of its di­rect ri­vals.

The boot con­ceals ei­ther a nor­mally-as­pi­rated or a tur­bocharged three-cylin­der petrol en­gine. Both pow­er­plants are fuel ef­fi­cient and deliver punchy per­for­mance.

New Twingo is con­nected and is the only city car to of­fer a choice of two multimedia sys­tems: the R & GO ra­dio (in con­junc­tion with a smart­phone) and R-Link Evo­lu­tion®.

In­spired by the lega­cies of the in­no­va­tive Re­nault 5 Turbo and the orig­i­nal Twingo, New Twingo good hu­mouredly il­lus­trates Re­nault's small car ex­per­tise.

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