The heavy face-lift includes a redesigned front end, giving it a face that brings it in line with Renaults new design identity. New paint finishes and roof decals mean buyers can personalise their Twingo.
Standard equipment includes cruise control, Bluetooth and, from March, a USB port. The audio system has been upgraded, too.
Cost options include climate control, electric sunroof and an iPod-compatible radio, which, when combined with a downloadable Renault-developed app, can be used for GPS navigation and to analyse real-time fuel consumption.
All Twingos will come with the 74bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine found in the previous car and the Clio. Average fuel economy is 55.4mpg with CO2 emissions of 119g/km.
The Renault Twingo is available to order now and will be at dealerships from February.