2020 Renault Clio 5 – driver assistance systems. Renault presented the All-New Clio, the fifth generation of the automotive icon. To date some 15 million units of the Renault Clio have been sold since it was launched in 1990 and it has become Groupe Renault’s best-selling model worldwide. Clio represents the French population’s favourite car more than any other model and has risen to the top of the B segment in Europe since 2013. In a remarkable sales performance, Clio sales increased each year between 2012 and 2018.
More modern and athletic, the All-New Renault Clio draws on the DNA responsible for its success for nearly 30 years. It builds on the strengths of each of the four previous generations, opening a new and highly anticipated chapter in an illustrious story.
The All-New Renault Clio is the spearhead of Groupe Renault’s strategic plan, “Drive the Future (2017-2022)”. Presented in autumn 2017, the plan has three key objectives:
Electric: by 2022, Groupe Renault will offer 12 electrified models in its range. The All-New Clio will be the first with its E-Tech hybrid engine based on technology developed by Renault.
Connected: also by 2022, the company is targeting 100 per cent connected vehicles in its key markets. The All-New Renault Clio perfectly illustrates this momentum with its new connected multimedia system developed by the Alliance.
Autonomous: by 2022, Groupe Renault will market 15 models equipped with autonomous driving technology. The All-New Clio will be a pioneer in this respect by making the driver assistance systems leading to autonomous driving widely available on a city car.
The All-new Clio boasts the most comprehensive range of driver assistance systems in its segment, the aim being to simplify driving, boost safety and bring motorists greater peace of mind. The systems are divided into three families: Driving, Parking (grouped under the Renault EASY DRIVE label) and Safety.The new features on The All-new Clioinclude a 360° camera and active emergency braking with the detection of cyclists and pedestrians, which are both firsts in the Renault range. The highlight is the Highway & Traffic Jam Companion, unique to the versatile city car segment. This advanced driver assistance system constitutes a first step towards autonomous vehicles.As part of its objective to make autonomous technologies broadly affordable, Groupe Renault will market 15 vehicles equipped with such technologies by the end of its “Drive the Future” strategic plan. New Clio is the first vehicle to do so.
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