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Renault's Clio 4 is making an internet splash. Renault has now unveiled the fourth generation of its supermini ahead of
its public premiere at the Paris Motor Show in September. This is Renault's first production model to be penned entirely under the watch of the company's chief designer Laurens van den Acker.
He joined Renault in 2009 after resigning from his position at Mazda where he was responsible for several concepts such as the Nagare (2006 Los Angeles), Ryuga (2007 Detroit), and Hakaze (2007 Geneva).
"[The] New Renault Clio was conceived as a piece of sensuous sculpture which stimulates desire," explains van den Acker. "Like muscles, its curves express the dynamism radiated by the DeZir concept car. No acute or aggressive angles, just voluptuous curves that make you want to go up to it and caress it."
The supermini gets a stylish instrument panel with a digital speedometer, and a minimalistic looking center console consisting of an infotainment and navigation system with a 7-inch screen.
All versions of new Clio will be available with a 'clever' sound system integrated into the front doors’ loudspeakers as well as Bluetooth-equipped radios that incorporate USB and jack sockets.
More details of latest generation of the Clio will be released at the Paris Motor Show. Check out the videos and more pics in the gallery below: