Renault unveiled the 2012 Renault Twingo at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The Twingo 2012 gets a design overhaul with larger Renault diamond on the bonnet and re-arrangement of the fog lights and round sidelights next to the grille, giving a new distinctive look. Also new for the 2012 is the addition of two colors, Fuchsia and Bermuda Blue to the existing color options.
New Renault Twingo is the first vehicle in the range to feature the brand’s new design identity. The car will go on sale in early 2012, and includes a number of styling features that were unveiled on the most recent concept cars, and which will become the visual signature of all Renault cars in the future.
Outside, the front end of New Twingo has taken its inspiration specifically from this new design approach. On the bonnet, the Renault diamond is both bigger and significantly more upright. The black background highlights the badge and presents the brand in a robust, confident manner. Like the first-generation Renault Twingo, the newcomer features an expressive, appealing front end. Its dynamic, playful character is underlined by its fog lights and round sidelights which are now positioned next to the grille. The ‘eyelids’ of the headlights also contribute to new Renault Twingo’s distinctive looks.
Inside, Twingo’s bubbly side is enhanced through the harmony of colour and material. All the upholstery options have their own personality. The seats feature new patterns, with edging picked out in contrasting colours. All stitching, as well as the leather or TEP panels, are coordinated. The colours also feature on the door inserts and climate control and heater system controls. The lateral air vents come in different tones, depending on the market (Gloss Black, Majorelle Blue, Anis Green, Gunmetal), and their controls are detailed in chrome. Depending on market, the higher equipment levels offer clearly differentiated interior treatments, masculine and sporty in the case of the Dynamique, Renault Sport, GT and Gordini options or more comfortable and feminine with the Privilege and Initiale packages.