Spied: Renault Clio’s New Nose

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The new Renault Clio has been spotted before its debut at the 2012 Paris Car Show.

The European Alps has become the hot spot for vehicle testing as of late, which is ironic because car companies usually take their new models there for cold weather testing. Terrible jokes aside, the mule for the new Renault Clio was spotted by our spy photographers traversing the mountainous terrain. The mule was running with hardly any camouflage except for the bit on the front-end, which is appropriate because the new Clio has a new nose with the old model's body.

Specifically, the French company was testing the braking capabilities for their latest ride. The new Renault Clio is expected to debut at next year's Paris Car Show in September. Photos: CarPix.

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