Renault has revealed the facelifted Renault Twingo at the Frankfurt motor show
13 September 2011

Renault has revealed the facelifted Renault Twingo at the Frankfurt motor show.

The front-end of the new Renault Twingo features a “stylistic renewal,” with big Nissan Juke-style fog lights and an enlarged and more vertically positioned Renault logo.

Renault describes the Twingo’s new look as in-keeping with the model’s “typically expressive front face.”

Under the bonnet, the biggest change to the range is likely to be the addition of Renault’s new 0.9-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine, first seen in Renault’s R-Space concept at the Geneva show earlier this year.

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