With the new Twingo, Renault hopes to give the Opel Adam and the VW Up a run for their money. But there's one thing that really sets the Twingo apart from other city cars.
It has a rear engine and rear-wheel-drive. This gives the Twingo an impressive turning circle of just 8.6 meters and means there's plenty of space for passengers and luggage. Drive it! sees just what else this little runabout can do.