This Renault Clio will only come as a five-door hatch, but it provides a serious amount of personalization options inside and out to divide each car from what will possible be a very huge group. In addition to the complementary colors accessible on everything from the frame insert to the steering wheel, the R-Link home screen can be set according to user preference, and the app R-Link ecosystem is being optimistic by Renault's appeals to developer talent and startups. There is also the somewhat gimmicky R-Sound Effect, which can pipe "six different engine sound profiles" into the cabin when you tire of the natural, small-displacement exhaust note.
More substantive improvements are found under the cover, in the shape of an available three-cylinder turbocharged, 0.9-liter TCe 90 gas engine with 90 horsepower and 100 pound-feet of torque. Other engine choices offers a 1.2-liter TCe 120 gas with 120 horsepower and the 1.5-liter dCi 90 diesel with 90 hp and 162 lb-ft. The last two power plants will be paired with a six-speed dual-clutch transmission.