The new Renault Clio Gordini gets white stripes outside and Gordini touches inside. Priced from £14k
20 July 2011

Hot on the heels of the Renault Wind, Renault has revealed its latest Gordini-badged offering, the Renault Clio Gordini.

The car replaces the Clio GT and is available with a 126hp 1.6-litre engine or 104bhp 1.5-litre diesel unit, both in three and five-door guises.

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Visual cues of the Clio Gordini range include twin white stripes on the bonnet, boot and the roof, beefier black 16-inch Turini alloys, Glacier white mirror housings and ‘Gordini Series’ badging on the car's sides.

Also included is a twin exhaust pipe, front splitter, rear spoiler and additional fog lights.

Inside, it gets Gordini-branded upholstery, leather-trimmed steering wheel, sports pedals and carpet mats with Gordini badges. Standard kit on the car also includes climate control, sat-nav, cruise control and rain sensors.

The Renault Clio Gordini is on sale in the UK now, with prices starting from £14,000 for the petrol model and £14,950 for the diesel version.

Kabeer Mahajan

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