The A segment Renault Twingo will not be renewed after this generation goes out of production, probably in 2022.
Its place as the smallest car in the Renault lineup will be taken by the next generation Renault 5, a retro style B segment hatch that will be based on a new pure EV platform shared with Nissan.
A concept version of the new Renault 5 was revealed in January 2021 as part of the unveiling of the company’s Renaultion revival plan devised by new CEO Luca de Meo.
The current Twingo is based on the same rear engine, RWD platform as the Smart ForFour. It is available with gas and electric powertrains.