Renault Twingo 2015 Reviews
Two decades after it revolutionised the little car segment with the first- Twingo generation, Renault has taken a new look at its city car that was famous. The engineers and designers of the brand began from a clean sheet of paper and took their inspiration in the legacy left by the first Twingo and the Renault 5. The result is an agile, progressive and new car that's great pleasure to drive.
A job in association
In 2008, designers and Renault's engineers set out to create the next-generation Twingo of rekindling the revolutionary spirit that was such a hallmark of the first Twingo with the purpose.
The objective was to create an even more roomy and more agile city car and this can be the way the notion of changing to your back- took form, notwithstanding the development prices that are higher this entailed.
The notions of Renault found an echo in those which, at once, was researching notions for the next-generation two- and four-seat variants of the Smart. After early discussions, both companies ended a tactical alliance agreement in 2010, indicating the official green light for the combined- development and the next variants of the two- and four-seat Smart.
A back-mounted engine for additional cabin space and agile handling
Placing the engine at the back is an important plus for a city car that is little since it greatly enhances the turning circle and frees up the front end. Truly, New Twingo is astonishingly manoeuvrable in parking calls and built up places for just several turns.
United with the use of a smaller block and the placement of the wheels at the auto's extreme corners, the back-mounted engine also frees up additional cabin space, while New Twingo additionally boasts the kind of wheelbase and roomy inside more usually related to versions in another section upwards.
A colourful character
Reflecting Twin'Run concept cars that Renault presented in 2013 and the Twin'Z, New Twingo oozes style.
Like its forebear, New Twingo comes in a selection of four brilliant 'pop' colours (light blue, reddish, yellow and white), an unmistakable signal the Twingo nature is well and truly back!
Other clues are greatly inspired by the Renault 5, for example, rake of the back display of New Twingo and its notable shoulders the back-engined Renault 5 Turbo that proved well-liked by people in its day.
The front end features the new trademark styling, including a dominant Renault symbol place into a black backdrop of the brand. New Twingo's lines give it a cheery powerful atmosphere, while the sprightly character of the little car is further underpinned by its lighting touch that is easily recognisable.
Customisation choices and the four body colours mean that New Twingo can take a host of postures on, from urban to masculine, feminine and sporty.View PhotosView Videos
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