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Renault launches 'Iconic' Twingo. Image by Renault.

Renault launches 'Iconic' Twingo
Special edition Twingo gets interior and exterior upgrades.
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What's this then?

This is the Iconic special edition of the Renault Twingo.

What's iconic about it, exactly?

Well, the Twingo name itself is pretty iconic in the small-but-practical car world and, for all its faults, we do rather like the current, rear-engined version. The Iconic is the new range-topping model for the Twingo, which will retail from 14,595 on-the-road once the order books open this week.

Stuffed with equipment, if it's range-topping, then?

Yes, just a bit. On the outside, you can have the rather fetching new Mint Green colour scheme, as seen in these photos (Diamond Black and Crystal White are also available) and the exterior colour is picked up on the inside, on the dash and seats (which come with part-leather upholstery), as well as an embroidered little Twingo on the floormats.

There's a fabric folding sunroof, which matches the interior colour, and 16-inch wheels that are unique to the Iconic model, as are 'crosshatched' side decals and electric folding mirrors.

Inside, the Iconic gets extra standard equipment including R-Link satellite navigation, part-leather seats, climate control, automatic headlights and wipers, electric front windows and electric heated mirrors. Front fog lights, DAB radio, Bluetooth, cruise control and speed limiter are all also a part of the Twingo Iconic package.

Does that all cost a bit?

Renault says that all adds up to 2,825 worth of extra equipment over a Dynamique Nav model, yet saves the buyer 740. The Iconic will be offered with one engine - the TCe 90 turbocharged petrol engine with either manual or EDC automatic transmissions. That means CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km and returns up to 65.7mpg on the official combined cycle. It's also covered by the standard four-year 100,000-mile (unlimited for the first two years) warranty.



Neil Briscoe - 1 Sep 2017

Earlier articles featuring 2017 Renault Twingo

2016-12-01: First drive: Renault Twingo GT
2016-11-22: Twingo GT on sale soon


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