2010 Renault Clio RS 20th

The French automaker Renault is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their popular compact Clio with two new special edition models, the Clio RS 20th and the Clio 20th. Both models are distinguished by bespoke 20th badging on the B pillars and a gloss black finish on the front bumper, side mirrors; meanwhile the high output Clio RS benefits from a special white and black two tone color scheme up front.

On the interior the special edition Clio gets anthracite gray air vents, specific ’20th’ badging on the front door sills, optional automatic climate control, cruise control with speed limiter and an 80W Radiosat-CD player with MP3 playback capabilities as well as Bluetooth wireless connectivity. Prices start at €14,350 for the standard anniversary edition of the Clio 20th and climbs all the way up to €24,700 for the Clio RS when it goes on sale in the French market.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

For 20 years, Clio has proudly lived up to its celebrated slogan: Elle a Tout d’une Grande (The Small Car with Big Car Attributes). To date, it has won over more than 10 million
customers worldwide thanks to a unique package of comfort, versatility and safety performance that is more readily associated with models from the next segment up. In addition to being the only model ever to secure two Car of the Year awards, Clio has set new standards for the compact car segment over the years. It has always been at the leading edge on the safety front, too, and was the first B-segment model to secure a four-star EuroNCAP crash test rating, and then to achieve five-star status. Last but no least, its exacting build quality has seen it emerge as one of the most dependable cars in its segment.

Renault Clio RS 20th

To celebrate Clio’s 20th anniversary, Renault has decided to release special, exclusive ’20th’ limited edition versions of:

  • three- and five-door Clio and Clio Estate,
  • Clio Renault Sport.

These limited edition versions feature ’20th’ badging on the B pillars, and a gloss black finish for the front bumper moulding, exterior mirrors. A hallmark of the ’20th’ limited edition version of Clio Renault Sport will be its exclusive white and black two-tone colour scheme. Meanwhile, the plushly-appointed cabin comes with visible dashboard stitching and an anthracite grey painted finish for the centre console and air vents, plus ’20th’-badged door sills.

These limited edition versions are extensively equipped, too. Depending on market, Clio ’20th’ is available with Carminat TomTom® navigation, manual or automatic climate control, extra-tinted rear glass, cruise control with speed limiter, and a 80W radio-CD with MP3 playback, with Bluetooth® and Plug & Music connectivity. Clio ’20th’ and Clio Renault Sport ’20th’ both go on sale in March in Europe. In France, order books open on February 9, with prices starting at €14,350 for Clio ’20th’. Clio R.S. ’20th’ will cost €24,700.

At the same time, the structure of the Clio range has been revised, with an appreciable equipment upgrade in France (see appendix).

Renault Clio RS 20th

’20th’ LIMITED EDITION VERSIONS TO CELEBRATE CLIO’S 20th ANNIVERSARY

Like the 4CV and Renault 5 before it, Renault Clio has stood out as a landmark model since 1990. In keeping with its original advertising slogan, Elle a Tout d’une Grande (The Small Car with Big Car Attributes), it has served as a driving force in its class, with each successive generation setting new standards in the B segment.

In the space of 20 years, it has won over more than 10 million customers in more than 100 countries1 thanks to a styling, comfort, versatility, safety and equipment package worthy of cars from the next segment up. Indeed, it is the only model to date to have claimed the Car of the Year award on two separate occasions: in 1991 initially – shortly after the launch of Clio I – and then a second time in 2006, with Clio III. As a pioneer in the field of safety, too, it broke new ground by becoming the first car in its class to earn a four-star EuroNCAP crash-test rating, in 2000. Then, in 2005, it went on to become the first to achieve five-star status. Last but not least, its exacting build quality has made it one of the most dependable cars in its segment.

To mark Clio’s 20-year long career as an international best seller, Renault has decided to introduce exclusive ’20th’ limited edition versions of three- and five-door Clio, Clio Estate and Clio Renault Sport.

1 – Renault Clio ’20th’

The ’20th’ limited edition versions of Renault Clio are immediately recognizable by specific ’20th’
badging on their B pillars, as well as the gloss black finish of their front bumper mouldings, exterior mirrors and side protective moulding end-pieces2 which contrast with the body colour exterior door handles.

Renault Clio RS 20th

Inside the cabin, the dashboard features visible stitching, plus anthracite grey air vents and centre console, in addition to ’20th’ badging on the front door sills. Based on the Dynamique equipment level, the ’20th’ limited edition versions of Renault Clio (depending on country) are also equipped with manual or automatic climate control, cruise control with speed limiter and an 80W Radiosat-CD with MP3 playback, plus Bluetooth® and Plug & Music connectivity. The latter permits phone calls to be made or taken in total safety, while portable music devices can be connected via the jack or USB socket. The Bluetooth® audio-streaming function enables MP3-format music stored on mobile phones to be played. The optional Carminat TomTom® navigation system features IQ Routes™ technology and Advanced Lane Guidance which take day-by-day traffic pattern statistics into account when computing routes.

The ’20th’ limited edition versions of Clio are available in a choice of six body colours:

  • Non-metallic: Glacier White.
  • Metallic: Grey Blue, Pearlescent Black, Platine Grey, Dyna Red, Cassiopée Grey.

The engines available for Clio “20th” are the same as those which feature of the Dynamique Version, these limited edition versions to comply with the three criteria necessary to qualify for the Renault eco² signature. In France, the versions powered by the dCi 70 and dCi 85 engines qualify for the state’s €500 eco-bonus subsidy. The ’20th’ limited edition versions of three- and five-door Clio and Clio Estate are due to go on sale in March in Europe (except Portugal). In France, order books will open on February 9, and prices will start from €14,350, representing a saving to the customer of four percent.

Renault Clio RS 20th

2 – Renault Clio R.S. ’20th’

The Clio Renault Sport line-up, too, has been treated to a special ’20th’ limited edition version. Its bodywork features an exclusive two-tone livery, with a black roof, upper hatch rail and lip spoiler contrasting with the rest of the body’s brand new Pearlescent Givre finish.

The front stands out through the bumper’s gloss black moulding and anthracite exterior mirrors which echo the gloss black rear diffuser and anthracite splitter. The ’20th’ limited edition version of Renault Clio Renault Clio R.S. sits on 17-inch Be Bop diamond-effect alloy wheels. ’20th’ badging can be seen on the door pillars, while the plushly appointed interior features visible dashboard stitching, satin-finish chrome air vents, specific silver grey cloth upholstery and front carpet mats.

Clio R.S. ’20th’ is equipped with different equipment in different markets.

The list of comfort-enhancing features includes electrically folding exterior mirrors, one-touch electric windows and an 80W radio-CD with MP3 playback, and Bluetooth® and Plug & Music connectivity. On the safety front, Clio R.S. ’20th’ comes with cruise control and speed limiter, additional cornering lights and curtain airbags. Clio Renault Sport ’20th’ will go on sale in its principal European markets in March. In France, order books will open on February 9. Clio Renault Sport ’20th’ will cost €24,700.

Renault Clio RS 20th

6 comments:

It looks very aggressive on the design of its front bumper which everyone would be noticed on it. It’s a good thing as well that it has an impressive interior that looks very comfortable and exclusive.

It’s decent and hygienic body paint is absolutely looking great and very striking on it, and I noticed that its front designs were expressing aggressiveness, which impressed me a lot.

I rather choose this renault clio RS than a Suzuki swift because this car really got those appealing looks.

Seriously, the only thing that I like about Renault are their rally cars, but this car is not doing that bad at all. I love the interior of the car as it looks so compact yet comfortable. It is affordable as well. I wonder what is the mileage on one of this things though.

What is that squiggly thing in the bottom front bumper, it looks ugly

Cool car. I cant believe its so cheap!!

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