Customization? Checks! Many screens? Checks! Renault is striving for a young audience with the new interior of the Clio. The exterior will be revealed tomorrow, 8:00 p.m.
Renault revealed the cabin of its new compact hatchback, the 2019 Clio, ahead of the car is revealed tomorrow night.
As you would expect from a fully redesigned model, the latest Clio looks completely more modern than its predecessor, and has much more technology to boot.
On the one hand, there is a new 9.3-inch multimedia screen occupying a prominent place on the center console. It is gently curved and, according to the theme started with the latest Megane, oriented vertically.
Gone are the hybrid digital / analog instruments of the current model, replaced by fully digital displays ranging from 7.0 to 10 inches in size. The biggest option could incorporate the built-in car maps, with Renault claiming that the combination of a 9.3 and 10.0-inch screen gives the Clio more pixels than any of its rivals.
Along with the greatest style adjustments, there are many small changes scattered throughout the cabin. Renault says the smaller steering wheel is sleeker than before and more comfortable to hold, while the center console is slightly taller than before.
With more storage space, cordless phone charging, and a smaller, more intuitive shift lever, it promises to make life more comfortable for front-seat passengers.
Renault is making a lot of noise over the Clio seats, which they say are similar to those found in more sophisticated models and free up more space for rear seat passengers with its soft design.
In a move popularized by Mini, the new Clio will also offer numerous customization options, with no less than eight interior design schemes.
There are exclusive colors available for the ventilation openings, while the console, dashboard, door panels, steering wheel and armrests offer the full potential for more unique and interesting designs.
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