Visitors of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show will have the chance to take a close look at the all-new Renault Clio, as well as the updated Twingo as well as Dacia’s latest Ultimate special editions.
The new fifth-generation Renault Clio is based on the CMF-B architecture and draws inspiration from the current Megane for its design. The overall dimensions are smaller in comparison with the outgoing model, however Renault claims that it offers better room for rear passengers and a bigger boot.
The latest version of Renault’s best-selling model also claims a big jump in interior quality, featuring a dashboard with premium-like materials and much better finish.
In addition, the new Clio will be available with the latest tech features, including a digital instrument cluster and a portrait-oriented 9.3-inch touchscreen display for the infotainment system.
The other new model is the facelifted Renault Twingo, which for the 2019 model year gets a new front fascia, more personalization options and a new 1.0-liter engine offered both in naturally aspirated and turbocharged versions.
The interior of the new Twingo is also updated with a new center console, two new infotainment options compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a proper glovebox with a lid.
Dacia on the other hand will debut its latest special edition called the Ultimate (or Techroad if you live in either the UK, the Nordic countries or the Adriatic countries), which will be available on the Duster, Logan and Stepway models, and offer two new colors: Fusion Red and Highland Grey.