The new Renault Twingo has been revealed by the Ampère entity. Here’s everything you need to know about this new city car.
Renault plans to introduce 7 electric models under the Ampère range by 2031.
At the base level, the Renault Twingo city version will be available for less than €20,000 but not until 2026.
The Renault group presented the strategy of its new entity, Ampere, during a major press conference .
The goal of this new entity is to develop the focus on electric cars globally.
Among the upcoming features, Ampère unveiled the new Renault Twingo.
This model will be priced at less than €20,000 (before subsidy) or €100 per month, and will directly challenge the planned Citroën ë-C3, in the €19,990 version, by 2025.
In order to offer an attractive price, the Renault Twingo will have a lower range compared to larger cars.
However, Luca de Meo announced an average consumption of 10 kWh/100 km. This should allow users to benefit from a decent range despite a smaller battery.
The new Twingo will be assembled in Europe and will implement the concept of Gigacasting from Tesla. The goal here is to mold large pieces in one piece
Renault presented a concept car of the future Renault Twingo during the conference. In short, this means that the design will be changed by its commercialization in 2026.
From the first moments of viewing the future Twingo, we can recognize the design reminiscent of the very first Twingo from 1992.
One small difference, however, is that this model is presented with five doors, and not the usual three. Additionally, it features round front headlights but in 100% LED version.
As for the interior of the passenger compartment, we can expect to find an advanced infotainment system. This is due to a new partnership with Google and Qualcomm that has been confirmed. Renault also promises regular software updates.
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