LLUBLJANA, Slovenia – French journalists overwhelmingly believe Renault SA has made a mistake in changing the character of its entry-level Twingo with the new model that reaches the market June 15 in France, Italy and Slovenia, where it is built. Questions at a presentation to the press here challenged company assumptions on the car's design and marketing plans. “It looks like a camel,” says one writer, referring to the joke about horses designed by committees and the influence of ...

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