Renault Reportedly Cuts Cord With Smart on Development of New ForTwo
Apparently, the Twizy and ForTwo will be developed separately, and will not be sharing any mechanical components to speak of. Still, the two companies will still work together on the development of the larger ForFour model, for Smart, which is set to debut some time next year.
It would have been nice for the two cars to be developed together, and in this way, the Renault Twingo would most likely have been rear-wheel driven. It would also have been very interesting to see what the folks at RenaultSport would have done with the car, if it would have remained in RWD form.
Still, we expect the new Twingo to still be one of the best cars in its class, as it is now. To find out more about the current generation Renault Twingo, read our full comprehensive test drive of the car, which looks great in baby blue...