Autocar have had a new go at redesigning the next generation Renault Clio, well in improve of its unveiling at the 2012 Paris Motor Show in October. Autocar say the 2013 Renault Clio will probably be much lower and wider than the current car, have a very more distinctive and recognisable exterior design and style, and in addition it’ll have a very much better quality interior. In accordance to Autocar’s sources, Renault’s top brass possess acknowledged the fact they will need to up his or her game if they want to stay competitive. That means better quality and more progressive style. In order to make sure the actual new Clio has both, it will be the 1st all-new model to be designed from the company’s new(ish) design director, Laurens van den Acker. Previously van den Acker worked in Mazda where he was integral towards the Japanese companys design revival. The 2013 Renault Clio can use the Renault DeZir concept since inspiration, and it will have a very much bolder and more dynamic front end than the current car. In addition, the hatchback profile will become far more sporty, with a lower roofline plus more aerodynamic shape. In a break from the previous about three generations of Clio, the Clio Four will only always be sold in a five-door configuration. Even though Renault say they will employ some design tricks to try and disguise the rear set of doors.
On the inside, the 2013 Renault Clio will be fitted with a more driver focused interior that’s constructed from better top quality materials. The next generation Renault Clio may make its world debut in the 2012 Paris Motor Show, and revenue will start through the end of the year.
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