Renault Reveals the Twingo Mauboussin

Special Edition

Renault is feeling the love with their special edition Twingo Mauboussin.

Built for Valentine's Day (and released a week late), the Renault Twingo Mauboussin special edition bears a French jeweler's name, same Mauboussin decals and a metallic brown finish. The luxurious special edition features leather seats inside, along with a bespoke trim and pillows for the back seats and custom floor mats. Mauboussin logos and badging are fitted throughout the model. The exterior features a Tourmaline Brown metallic paintjob and a set of Dark Gunmetal Pirate aluminum wheels.

The Renault Twingo Mauboussin features two engine options, which are a 74hp 1.30liter LEV 16V eco2 and the dCi 85 eco2. A Mouboussin pendant watch comes with the purchase of the Twingo, called the "1960, je t'aime." Available in France, Austria, Italy and Morocco, pricing will start at €13,500.

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