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The new Renault Clio E-Tech full hybrid

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A firm favourite with British drivers for over 30 years, with its unique blend of French style, practicality and engaging personality, the new Renault Clio E-Tech full hybrid continues the appeal, but redefines what’s possible with a small car. Enjoy the benefit of electric power in the city, with a range of up to 550 miles^^, a fresh new look and advanced driver safety features that combine to create the most capable and desirable Clio ever.

Re-energised for the future

Renault’s E-Tech full hybrid system gives drivers the best of both worlds: efficiency with a total power output of 145hp. Around town the system prioritises electric power, with no need to plug the Clio E-Tech full hybrid in because recharging is done while the car is braking or decelerating. That means no searching and then waiting at the charging point. Moreover, thanks to the combination of petrol engine and battery power at higher speeds, up to 550^^ miles is possible on one tank of fuel, equating up to 67.3mpg* and CO2 emissions as low as 96g/km.

French flair; fresh style

The Renault Clio has always made a strong design statement, defining successive eras of small cars. The new Renault Clio E-Tech full hybrid more than lives up to that heritage with features like daytime-running lights in a half-diamond shape evoking the design of the new Renault logo. And for those looking for an even sportier statement, there’s the new esprit Alpine version: create a sensation on the street with unique features like 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, a matte shadow-grey F1 blade at the front and unique Alpine badging. 

Small car - big specification

There are three versions of the new Renault Clio E-Tech full hybrid: evolution, techno and esprit Alpine, the latter readily distinguishable by its unique design elements inside and out and a higher level of specification. 

From the driver’s seat you’ll find a 10-inch customisable digital display^, and a 9.3-inch multimedia touchscreen^ with Renault’s easylink infotainment setup. This includes wireless smartphone mirroring compatible with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®, so wirelessly streaming your favourite tunes from Spotify® or checking out the latest podcasts is simple, with control either by the easylink central touchscreen, or the steering wheel-mounted buttons. 

Technology that works for you 

The extensive specification not only includes items such as a heated steering wheel and heated seats^ - keeping you warm on those cold winter mornings - but also up to 17 advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS**) to assist in making journeys as safe as possible. This includes blind-spot warning and adaptive cruise control^, features that are particularly helpful when driving on the motorway. These intelligent systems, powered by advanced technologies, are all part of Renault's Human First program to improve the safety of all road users.

Beauty from within 

Beyond its advanced technology, the interior of the new Renault Clio E-Tech full hybrid has been designed to be as comfortable as possible. With generous rear leg room, road trips with friends are a pleasure, and with 301 litres of boot space there’s no need for arguments over who gets to bring what, either.  

Once again, the esprit Alpine version goes a step further on the inside, with upholstery that features Alpine logos, distinctive stitching, the French flag making a patriotic appearance and red, white and blue stitching on the steering wheel, evoking Alpine’s heritage. 

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*The official fuel consumption figures for new Clio E-Tech full hybrid esprit Alpine are 65.7mpg, and CO₂ emissions are 97g/km.

^Available on esprit Alpine version.

^^Internal Renault source. Based on a full tank on Clio esprit Alpine vs WLTP fuel consumption. Real world driving results may vary.

**It is your responsibility to stay alert, drive safely and be in control of the vehicle at all times. Driver assistance features have speed and other limitations and should not be solely relied on.