Renault has revealed the new Twingo 133 RS, the baby of the Renaultsport bunch.
The car conforms with the new styling direction of the updated Twingo range, revealed recently, but also adds elements seen in the current Renaultsport pack, comprising the Clio 200 and the Megane 265.
Most notably the car gets the F1-style blade in the front bumper, while around the back there’s a new diffuser, twin chrome tailpipes, and more aerodynamic rear wheel arches.
Mechanically the Twingo remains as was, with Renault claiming that “its performance and grin-inducing driving characteristics remain intact,” although there has been a slight drop in CO2 emissions.
The three percent efficiency improvement means the 1.6-litre petrol car with 133bhp now returns 150g/km and 43.5mpg.
A Cup pack is available for those that want the firmest Twingo experience, adding lower, stiffer suspension, as well as a set of 17-inch black alloys with wider tyres than the standard ones.
The Twingo RS is available now at Motorparks priced from £13,565.