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Renault has revealed a series of important updates and developments regarding its model plan over the next three years, including all-new versions of the Twingo and Clio.
Renault has confirmed the specification and details on its hot little Twingo models – the RS and Gordini. South Africans can expect the Gordini version to arrive before year-end.
Renault has released a single press picture, call it teaser if you will, of its upcoming new Twingo – a showcase for the company’s new design paradigm.
The different wheels and tyres might contribute a little bit to the encouraging grip level this small hatch has to offer, but you will have to drive the RS and RS Gordini back to back to really notice any difference. As with the Twingo RS, you have to go in search of specific roads to understand what this car is about. If there is no twisty pieces either on your daily commute or during your weekend drives, you will only become frustrated with this high revving 1,6-litre engine that develops 98 kW and 160 N.m.
Does Renault’s smallest ‘RS’ to date have what it takes to run with the pack?