The latest Renault Clio will be Renault’s first hybrid model.
The carmaker says the new Clio showcases its E-Tech system, developed in-house, which is said to make use of two motors mounted in a series between the engine and the transmission – one for starting and the other for propulsion.
The new Renault Clio has all-LED headlights, a 9.3-inch vertical multimedia screen and a 10-inch thin-film transistor digital instrument binnacle.
It comes in 10 exterior colours. Built on a new platform, the car is slated to land in Singapore in the third quarter of the year as a 1-litre turbo.
The hybrid variant may not arrive until 2021.