2015 Renault Twingo 5-door spied for the first time - looks like Twin'Run concept

Here we have the first spy shots of the new third-generation Renault Twingo, which was spied as a 5-door version and looks very similar to the http://www.gmotors.co.uk/news/renault-twinrun-concept-debuts-at-the-monaco-grand-prix/ car which was shown during the Formula One GP in Monaco earlier this year.

The Twingo prototype shows the front reveals part of the new grille and the head lights, as well as the rear door handle inside the side window.

Reportedly the new Twingo will be offered exclusively as a 5-door hatchback and will come with a variety of personalization options to better compete with the Fiat 500 and Vauxhall Adam.

New Twingo will also adopt a rear-wheel drive platform, enabling the model to have a larger cabin.

Market launch is expected for late 2014.


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