/Official: Renault Twingo Dynamique S

Official: Renault Twingo Dynamique S

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Those old enough to remember the hot Renault 5s of the yesteryear will rejoice at the sight of this little beast, the new Renault Twingo Dynamique S. The range-topping member of the Twingo family comes with a punchy 90 hp TCe 0.9-litre turbo engine.

That microscopic engine is exactly why this car should be a hoot and a half to drive. It’s a busy little unit and although we haven’t heard it yet, we bet it sounds pretty amazing too. Small turbo engines always do.

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The 90 hp this powertrain makes is enough for 0-62 mph acceleration in 10.8 seconds and a top speed of 103 mph. Those are not terrific figures, but in a car as small as this, that performance is garnished with a lot of thrill. What’s more, the tiny engine mean great fuel economy. No matter what you do with it, you can make the Renault Twingo Dynamique S do less than 60 mpg (UK).

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Distinguishing the Dynamique S from ordinary models are a number of sporty features, including aluminium pedal set, red/black part leather upholstery and a red interior touch pack, as well as 16-inch wheels and unique decals and graphics on the exterior.

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Despite being the size of a shoe, Renault Twingo Dynamique S is a pretty well-equipped car. It comes with Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, Emergency Brake Assist and a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System. You also get  LED daytime running lights, front fog lamps, electric heated door mirrors, cruise control, a lane departure warning system, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gearshift knob, air conditioning and white instrument backlighting.

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