Paris - Just a day after showing us the fifth-generation Clio's cabin, Renault has revealed its exterior and if it’s a revolution on the inside, the redesigned hatch is merely an evolution on the outside.
That comes as little surprise, given that its predecessor’s styling was widely smiled upon by the market.
So Renault has effectively let it mature a bit for the new generation, infusing some elements from the latest Megane, such as C-shaped headlights (now 100 percent LED as standard across the range) and toning down the plastic cladding, while retaining other Clio IV cues such as the hidden rear door handles and pointy taillights.
It goes big on the garnishes too, with the GT Line trim grade making way for a new R.S. Line that gets honeycomb grille treatment, an F1 inspired ‘blade’ and unique 17-inch alloys. New Clio also colours up with two new exterior hues in the form of Valencia Orange and Celadon Blue.