Twingo GT hits peak cute

The hot new Renault has a lot of promise but fails to deliver true driving thrills, writes Nick Maher

18th December, 2016
The new Twingo GT lets Renault’s hot hatch heritage down

You’re familiar, I trust, with the phrase fur coat and no knickers? That, sadly, is what we have here with the Renault Twingo GT. It tries, and tries very hard in fairness to it, to be the best thing that can come in a small package, but sadly falls somewhat short of the sporting mark.

It’s a shame, because what’s on the outside – and indeed much of the inside – promises so...

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