Renault Twingo Mauboussin

Renault has come up with a limited edition of the Twingo for the Valentine’s day.

The limited series Twingo Mauboussin has been designed in partnership with the Parisian jeweler and will be available in Italy, Austria and Morocco in addition to France. The car comes with a choice of two engines, the dCi 85 eco2 or 75 hp 1.2 LEV 16V eco2, both of which are eligible for the eco-bonus in France, with CO2 emissions of  90g and 105g/km respectively.

But it’s all about the styling this car, where it benefits form sophisticated upholstery, half-leather, half chocolate-coloured cloth, the elegant tourmaline brown metallic paintwork, the chic detailing of the Mauboussin logo on the door panels, headrests and protective mats, and the sensual luxury of the label on the bonnet, tailgate and sides.


Renault press release:

“Luxury is being able to make dreams come true. Luxury means expressing emotion and excellence. Renault and Mauboussin have set out to enable as many women as possible to acquire their dream car, combining emotion and excellence. Twingo Mauboussin is luxury that captures the spirit of the times,” adds Alain N?marq, CEO of Mauboussin.

The limited series Twingo Mauboussin is largely inspired by the design cues underpinning Renault’s new design identity. On the bonnet, the brand logo is larger and more vertical, standing out against a black backdrop. The front end, which is particularly expressive and appealing, maintains the cues that made first-generation Twingo such a success.

In the cabin, special upholstery, air vents and air-conditioning controls in tourmaline brown, along with original protective mats, underline the car’s elegant character.

As the ultimate, precious detail, all buyers of a limited series Twingo Mauboussin will receive a silver Mauboussin pendant watch named “1960, je t’aime”.

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