Nothing is impossible for Twingo. It can ride on an elephant, zigzag through a row of handbags or get into a pair of shoes…. Or at least it can in the fantastic world created by visual artists Kuntzel and Deygas for its latest advertising campaign.
Ever wondered how two competing car manufacturers could collaborate? Especially two companies with two completely different cultures? We met up with Renault's Kassai and Smart's Winkler at the Geneva Motor Show a few months ago, and here is what they had to say about their partnership and how they worked together to develop a common architecture for New Twingo & New Smart (fortwo & forfour).
The Renault press conference started early this morning. At 8 am, reporters were already on the stand waiting for the curtain to rise . After a short countdown, they discovered under the bright lights of the Renault stand Thierry Bolloré, Chief Competition Officer, and Laurens van den Acker, Senior Vice President, Corporate Design who presented in details the third generation of Renault Twingo.
After two hours of a live ‘strip-tweet’ on Twitter, the fans finally discovered yesterday New Twingo exterior design. Like its forebear the small city car oozes personality, with vibrant colours and ligns.The Twingo spirit is well and truly back!