PARIS – Renault SA will replace the Twingo with a larger car based on the current Clio platform. The Twingo, delayed from late 2006 until November 2007 to allow project managers to make their business plan more profitable, will follow the approach used on the Dacia Logan to make an entry-level car that is modern but relatively simple, with few options and variations. Replacement for Twingo delayed until late-2007. "The project is on track" for its new deadline, says Remi Deconinck, ...

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