28 April 2011
Feature

Here is Renault's affordable and fun electric Twizy. Set to go on sale in March 2012, the two-seater city car is nimble, picks up speed well and, thanks to its lithium ion batteries and regenerative brakes, should be good for an 80 mile range around town. Here, Matt Saunders puts the Twizy to the test.

Read Autocar's first drive review of the Renault Twizy

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2 February 2013

However, the ride is extremely firm; even minor imperfections in the road surface make the Twizy feel unsettled and you'll want to swerve around potholes whenever possible. Smile

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