Renault will present the New Clio, the fifth generation of its icon, with 15 million units sold. Since its first appearance in 1990, the Clio has become Groupe Renault’s best-seller worldwide, the car that has most often been crowned the French people’s favorite and which has risen to the rank of leader in the B-segment in Europe since 2013.
Designed on the dual principle of ‘Evolution & Revolution’, the New Clio overturns the codes: the exterior design evolves with more maturity while the interior design has been completely redesigned. With more sculpted lines and a more assertive front end, he New Clio is more dynamic and modern. Inside, the revolution is blatant. Completely redesigned, the cabin is inspired by the upper segments, both in terms of perceived quality and available technologies.
The New Clio will be the first model of the group to offer the E-Tech hybrid engine, based on a technology developed by Renault. With a complete and innovative range of driving aids, it will be a pioneer in democratizing driver assistance leading to autonomous driving on a city vehicle.
The New Twingo is modernizing with a more refined look, while keeping its fun and agile side. Outside and inside, it offers new customization options. It also benefits from the latest innovations in connectivity with the new Renault EASY CONNECT ecosystem.
Dacia presents its new Ultimate limited edition
After a record 2018 year, Dacia will preview Ultimate, a new limited edition, also known as Techroad in some countries, which will be available on the Duster, Logan and Stepway family models (Sandero, Logan MCV, Lodgy and Dokker) and offered in new colours: Fusion Red and Highland Grey.