The Renault Twingo was all the rage when it was released in 1992, but a lot of young car-buyers these days haven't even heard of it. Renault is aiming to change with this redesigned third-generation model that is aimed at the urban car market.
The big change with the Renault Twingo is that it is now a five-door hatchback. It is also 10 cm shorter overall, even though the interior is 22 cm longer than its predecessors.
The Twingo is perfect for navigating tight urban streets thanks to its ultra-tight 4.3-meter turning circle and steering that operates through 45 degrees rather than the usual 30 degrees. It also has an elevated driving position and a short bonnet for improved visibility. It also comes with a lot of different color, trim and interior options.