The Clio is leaving no stones unturned in its exterior and interior workings. For its exterior styling, elements such as rear door handles are hidden in the door frames, to ride with the modern feeling.
Clio’s front cabin is made sufficiently conspicuous by the new infotainment system. It is expected that there will be different options offered besides the 9.3-inch display available.
This display sits at an angle towards the driver for easy access and is also slightly curved thus enhancing its role in styling the dashboard. Renault’s head of design Laurens van den Acker acknowledges that the Clio “dramatically needed to improve perceived quality,” adding that he gave at least 70% of the time into designing the interior of the new Clio.
There are quite a number of engines lined up for the Clio starting with a 1.0litre petrol that will make 75bhp. It is connected to a five-speed manual transmission. You can also choose a turbocharged 1.0litre engine that Renault CALLS TCe.
This one too generates 75bhp and 95Nm. Another turbocharged 1.0-liter engine that makes 99bhp and 160Nm of torque are also given It is the standard engine and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox.
Another impressive look is Clio’s aggressive headlight version that has been accentuated with LEDs to run in the daytime. It has also grown just a little more muscular and this is evident especially from its chunky sides.