RENAULT has unveiled the interior of the all-new Clio - Here’s what’s changed in the radical new update.
Renault has unveiled the all-new Clio hatchback which has received a number of updates an upgrades.
Most notably among the changes is the awesome revamped interior which is a vast improvement compared to previous generations.
Immediately the vehicle looks more high-end and premiums due to the new refined interior layout with obvious improvements in the technology, seating, and overall design.
At the centre of the dashboard is the Smart Cockpit, the 9.3-inch multimedia screen (twice as large as the 7-inch version) is the biggest ever on a Renault model.
It is a vertical screen and is more contemporary than some of the integrated units in its rivals.
This central screen comprises the multimedia, navigation and infotainment features.
Renault has also apparently used more premium soft-touch materials on the redesigned dashboard which has been reshaped to give the impression of more space and width in the Clio.
The centre console is also higher and features a smaller gear lever all of which, in conjunction with the newly redesigned seats is for ergonomics.
There is also a myriad of customisation options which allows the vehicle to be specified in a number of different colours to match the exterior.
While the interior has been extensively updated the exterior has been left relatively unchanged. It is a minor evolutionary upgrade with tiny alterations to the grille and bumper.
The body has been lowered by up to 30 mm for better aerodynamics and extra athleticism and the car can be specified with 17-inch wheels (depending on version).
Other added details include the shark fin antenna, the 100 per cent LED lights, the flush tailgate, and the chrome-plated side-window surrounds.
Two new exterior body colours are available now which are Valencia Orange and Celadon Blue, which join another eight body colours and three exterior customisation packs.
Clio will make its official public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.