These images show what happened when four examples of the new Renault Twingo were given a makeover by European celebrities.
Renault gave its new supermini over to the artists, including former Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts, to create their vision of a bespoke city car.
The car designed by Roberts is named ‘Renault Twingo Goes Pop’ and features a hair dryer and make-up counter in the front and a recording studio in the rear.
French fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac came up with the ‘Renault Twingo 55 FBG’, which gets a matt black bodyshell, white rimmed tyres, as well as candelabras and polished parquet flooring.
Nils Holger Moormann, a German designer, made his ‘Renault Twingo Reading Room’ as place of peace and rest by installing a library, sofa and fireplace.
Italian chef Davide Scabin created ‘Renault Scabin Pasta Twingo’, which boasts interior trim made from pasta and a fully stocked larder.