/Renault Twingo Gordini 133 UK Pricing & Options

Renault Twingo Gordini 133 UK Pricing & Options

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New era of Gordini cars by Renault is about to get started with the new Twingo 133, as the company released pricing details of it for the British market. Featuring the classic Malta Blue metallic finish with twin white racing stripes, the Gordini Twingo will go on sale from June starting from £14,500. Only 200 units come to the British market.

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Although you can personalise their Gordini 133 with optional Pearl Black paint instead of Malta Blue, the Cup chassis (lower ride height, stiffer springs and dampers), Gordini wheels with a blue inner rim, curtain airbags and an electrically-operated panoramic sunroof, the standard model itself is very generously equipped as it features climate control, automatic headlight and wiper activation, cruise control, speed limiter, ESC, 4x20W radio-CD with fingertip steering wheel-mounted remote control and separate display, Bluetooth connectivity, multifunctional TunePoint for personal music players (iPod, MP3) and extra-tinted rear windows.

You also get 17-inch Gordini alloy wheels with a polished face and black inner rim, and sporty interior with Renaultsport seats with extra lateral support clothed in dark grey leather with blue details and Gordini-embossed logo.  Blue detailing continues on to the door panels, the gear lever gaiter and Gordini-badged gear knob.   The steering wheel is finished in blue and dark grey leather with two white stripes to indicate the centre point, whilst the rev counter pod is also in blue with a white face.

Renault Twingo 133 Gordini is powered by a 1.6-liter 133-hp petrol engine.

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