The Renault Twizy electric two seater will come in three trim levels when it goes on sale next year
6 October 2011

The forthcoming Renault Twizy will be offered in three trim levels, after the French manufacturer revealed details of the mid-range ‘Colour’ variant of the electric two-seater.

Priced £6950, the Renault Twizy Colour sits between the £6690 ‘Urban’ and the range-topping £7400 ‘Technic’ versions. On top of the cost, monthly battery hire for Twizy costs from £40 including VAT (based on three years and 4500 miles of usage per year).

See official pictures of the Renault Twizy The only difference between the Urban and the Colour is the range of contrasting paintwork available.

Customers can order white bodywork with orange, blue or green panels or black bodywork with orange panels. Other options include diamond effect alloy wheels (an extra £350) and half-scissor doors (£455). Both options are colour co-ordinated.

Read our first impressions of the Renault Twizy The Urban is available in red, black, grey or blue. The Technic comes in metallic black or metallic white and features ‘diamond black’ alloy wheels, ‘carbonfibre’ graphics and a white driver’s seat. The Renault Twizy goes on sale in March 2012.

Thomas Hymas

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