New Renault Clio 2021: Photos, interior, price and specifications

The new Renault Clio 2021 gave voice to Europe, when it first appeared to the public. With a design very similar to the Megane and almost nothing different from the last version, the Renault Clio 2021 will have a novelty: its first hybrid version. In addition, this launch still has the typical change from the rear of the previous generation.

Find out more by reading the following article on the launch of the New Renault Clio .

Renault Clio 2021

One of the novelties of the next generation of New Renault Clio is the e-Tech system, the same as that used by competitors New Toyota and New Honda, with a combustion engine version and two other electric versions.


➤ See also the major launches of 2021:

The information is that the new Clio will benefit from its partnership with New Nissan, using a 1.6 derived from the brand. With this motor, it is possible to generate energy for the batteries, which in turn power the electric motors. This allows the vehicle to move without the need for transmission.

New Renault Clio 2021

New Renault Clio 2021’s main competitors:

  • 2020 Toyota Auris
  • Honda Fit hybrid.

Renault Clio 2021 items

For the time being, New Renault’s priority is to launch the sporty version of the compact hybrid: the Clio RS. But you may already have an idea of ​​what to expect from this new generation of Clio . Inside, the panel’s central air vents are out of sight. The screen with multimedia system measures 9.3 inches and the digital panel is fully configurable, with versions up to 10 inches and a GPS navigator.

  • Hydraulic shock absorbers;
  • Retractable rear belts.
  • Driver seat with adjustments;
  • Alloy Wheels;
  • Air – Digital conditioning;
  • Leather seats – Nappa;
  • LED headlights;
  • Rear view camera;
  • Central locking of doors;
  • Air conditioner;
  • Manual transmission – 6 speed;
  • Electric windows and locks;
  • Audio system – Bose;
  • Front parking assistant;
  • Multimedia system equipped with: R-Link Evoluntion, Media Nav and R & Go.

Some details are completely different in the New Renault Clio like the style of the rear and doors as well as the size, 1.4 cm shorter and 3 cm lower than the previous Clio. The battery has little capacity, with only 1.2 kWh, enough to walk 5 km in electric mode.


Renault Clio 2021 specifications

Although many details of the engine of the new Clio 2021 have not yet been released, as well as aspects of the gearbox, the detail that makes the most difference in the launch model of New Renault is the electric version , without the need for transmission.

Discover the complete technical sheet of the New Renault Clio 2021 :

  • 1.6 electric motor;
  • Petrol model: power 75 hp, 90 hp and 120 hp;
  • Diesel model: power from 75 hp to 110 hp;
  • Between the axles: 2,472 mm;
  • Height: 1.417 mm;
  • Length: 3,811 mm;
  • Width: 1,940 mm;
  • Fuel tank: 50 liters;
  • Power: 80 horsepower – ethanol; / 77 Horses – Gasoline;
  • Trunk capacity: 255 liters;
  • Trunk capacity: 391 liters.

The transmission New Renault Clio 2021 can be automatic EDC with double clutch and six speeds and also manual with six speeds.


Renault Clio 2021 consumption

INMETRO (National Institute of Metrology, Standardization and Industrial Quality), is the body responsible for consumption tests of the launch of New Renault Clio . While waiting for the results, check the model’s consumption expectations:

  • Petrol: 13.1 km / l in the city and 14.3 km / l on the road;
  • Ethanol fuel: 9.1 km / l in the city and 9.6 km / l on the road.

Renault Clio 2021 price

The New Renault Clio 2021 being made on a new platform, the price of this launch will increase. Mainly due to the fact that it has a completely new design, the value also increases to match. Check the price expectations for this model:

On USA soil, the new 2021 car can cost around $ 11,200 . Check out more photos of the launch and when there are more updates for the new Clio , we will let you know on the website.

  1. 5
  2. 4
  3. 3
  4. 2
  5. 1
(1 votes, average: 5 of 5)