Redesigned front and rear ends, with four new colours available
Upgraded interior features new materials
First deliveries expected in October, with prices to be confirmed
These are the first pictures of the new Renault Clio, which will go on sale in October this year.
It comes 25 years after the first Clio was launched, and features a new look at both ends. The grille that houses the Renault diamond has been redesigned, while the section below it is now wider. At the same time, there’s a new skirt at the rear end, which is designed to make the car appear more robust.
On top of that, buyers have the choice of four new colours – Mars Red, Titanium Grey, Arctic White and Iron Blue – a new selection of wheels and a wider range of personalisation options.
Inside, the car features a new selection of trims and upholsteries, many of which have previously been reserved for Renault’s more expensive models.