Who owns a Renault Twizy

Renault Twizy as a garbage collector

No matter where you turn up with the Twizy, you will attract attention. Because Renault's electric quad is a real eye-catcher. If the standard version still seems too inconspicuous, the little city runabout can also be tuned. For example, the German ELIA team has presented an extensive range of accessories and tuning for the Twizy. The highlights include 15- or 16-inch alloy wheels with wheel covers and polished stainless steel parts, which are supposed to give the small Renault a touch of off-road feeling.

Rear carrier systems
However, the range of practical accessories seems even more interesting. For those who want to use the Twizy as a small packhorse, there is a really successful rear carrier system for numerous areas of application. Commercial providers can convert the speedster into a pizza mobile, for private individuals there are holders for drinks crates or sports accessories and municipalities can order special conversions such as for garbage cans.

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Photos: Vettel tests the F1 version of the Twizy

Slide show: Photos: Vettel tests the Twizy F1

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    Before leaving, Sebastian Vettel was photographed with Renault's Zero Emission Director Benoit Treilhou.

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    After that, as in Formula 1, there were some briefings.

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    The sports seat offers perfect lateral support. And then...

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    ... it could already start.

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    Thanks to 82 additional horsepower, the Twizy F1 sprints from zero to 100 km / h in just six seconds.

Photos: Vettel tests the Twizy F1




Slide show: pictures of the Renault Twizy

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    With a total length of 2.3 meters, a width of 1.2 meters and a turning circle of 3.4 meters, the Citystromer “Twizy” is predestined for use in dense inner-city traffic.

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    The electric model developed for inner-city traffic offers space for two people and, depending on driving conditions, should offer a range of up to 115 kilometers.

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    From the beginning of 2012, the electric vehicle will also be available in Austria at an entry-level price ...

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    ... from 6,990 euros. In addition, there is a monthly rent of 45 euros for the battery with an annual mileage of 7,500 kilometers.

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    The seats are arranged one behind the other. The clear cockpit does not raise any questions about operation.

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    The rear seat can also be used as a shelf for rucksacks and bags.

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