Renault TWIZY - Plug into the positive energy

There’s something delightfully carefree about the Renault Twizy. Perhaps it’s the fact you can park it almost anywhere. Or maybe it’s the futuristic design that never fails to turn heads. Either way, this quirky two-seater is made for those who want to revolutionise their daily commute.


Completely different from any other vehicle on the road, the new Renault Twizy uses flowing lines and body shapes to create an eye-catching profile. Despite its compact size, it has lots of personality which is expressed in its rounded headlights, raked windscreen and large wheels. With vertical opening scissor doors too, you’ll even find others stopping to look when you’re stepping out onto the street.


Seating two in its cosy interior, the Twizy is ideal for those journeys that don’t require lots of luggage. Head off to work with your briefcase on the back seat or pop to the cinema with your partner – wherever you’re going you’re comfortably cocooned in the model’s cabin. Equipped with two gloveboxes and a 12V socket too, it’s got practical touches that make each trip stress-free.

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Engines and performance

The Renault Twizy is powered by a lithium-ion battery that produces a top speed of 80kph and a 0-45kph time of just 6.1 seconds. It’s designed to keep pace with city traffic and is very simple to manoeuvre, making it the perfect model for urban lifestyles. Responsive steering and a near-silent drive make this funky car unique and fun to drive too.

Technology and safety

Although the Twizy may not have all the bells and whistles of other cars, it offers everything you need for an informed and safe ride. The onboard computer and econometer display your speed and energy consumption, while an energy recovery system extends your driving range. Safety features include a front airbag, seat belts and a responsive braking system.

Contact Windsor Renault today

For further information or to book a test drive in the cheeky new Renault Twizy, contact our team at Windsor Renault today.