Renault Twingo MissSixty to Target Low Emissions
A completely new color scheme has been applied to both the exterior and the interior of the car. Inside the Twingo MissSixty, the seats have been finished in black and pink eco leather and Alcantara, with pink stitching. An mp3/cd player with Bluetooth connectivity and manual air conditioning has been added to the list of standard equipment. The floor mats now have a pink bevel and a floral pattern and so do the door cards.
On the outside, the 15-inch wheels come in either Bohemian Pink or Black Pearl. The color scheme for the car is also a bright pink with ornate floral elements on the B-pillar, trunk and rear bumper. The front bumper incorporates a black strip and Pearlescent Black fog-lamp surround while the rear one has a pearlescent black diffuser insert.
The car will be available with either a 1.2 LEV 16 valve petrol engine or a 1.5 dCi diesel, both producing 75 hp. Renault aims to target the lowest emissions class it can with the MissSixty. The 1.2 LEV 16 valve will achieve 109 grams of CO2 per kilometer and cost you €13,000 ($17,995), thanks to a €500 ($675) subsidy from the French government. The diesel version produces an even more impressive 94 grams per kilometer, thus leading to a €1,000 ($1,385) subsidy.
If there ever was a Barby-mobile for the modern age, we think this is it.
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