Well, well, well. Look what we have here. The Renault Twingo is making a comeback, and this time, it’s going electric. That’s right, the charming little city car that captured our hearts in the early 2000s is set to return in 2026 as a sub-£17,000 EV.
Now, you might be wondering why Renault has decided to resurrect the Twingo. After all, it’s been a few years since we last saw this pint-sized powerhouse tearing up the urban streets. But fear not, my friends, because Renault is not just bringing back the Twingo for nostalgia’s sake. No, they’ve got a bigger plan in mind.
The decision to revive the Twingo as an electric vehicle is a smart move on Renault’s part. With the world moving towards sustainable and eco-friendly transportation, it only makes sense that the Twingo would make a comeback in a greener, more efficient form. And with a price tag of under £17,000, this electric Twingo is set to compete with the likes of the Fiat 500 and Honda E in the affordable electric city car segment.
So, what can we expect from the new electric Twingo? Well, Renault hasn’t given us too many details just yet, but if the past is anything to go by, we can expect a fun and zippy little car that’s perfect for zipping around town. And with the added benefit of zero emissions, the new Twingo is bound to attract a whole new generation of city dwellers looking for a practical and environmentally friendly runabout.
Of course, there’s still some time before we’ll get to see the new electric Twingo in all its glory. But if Renault’s track record is anything to go by, we can expect big things from this little car. So, keep your eyes peeled for the return of the Renault Twingo in 2026. It’s bound to be electric!