Renault is showing off its new Clio IV at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The French carmaker says that the new Renault Clio IV exudes versatility, performance and fuel efficiency. The Clio boasts of styling cue typical of Renault Sport models -- grille, front and rear bumpers and lip spoiler, 17-inch wheels and offset LED daytime running lights.
It could be availed with the optional Malta Blue finish. Inside, the Clio features a grey trim with details in chrome and gloss black. Staying true to its label as a high performance car, the Clio features sports seats with additional side support, aluminum-capped pedals and specific instrument backgrounds.
It boasts of a touchscreen R-Link navigation system, hands-free card, radio with Bluetooth and USB connectivity as well as reversing camera, driver aids and automatic climate control.
The car combines a new downsized turbocharged engine and EDC transmission to deliver a dynamic performance while returning a modest fuel consumption. The Clio you see in the images is powered by a new 1.2 liter turbocharged gasoline engine features with direct fuel-injection.
As a result, it returns a combined-cycle fuel consumption of just 5.2 liters/100km, or carbon dioxide emissions of 120g/km. Renault benefits from expert input of Renault Sport Technologies, allowing it to achieve an excellent merger of performance, versatility, comfort and fuel efficiency. The five-door Clio is built in Bursa, Turkey.