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Revamped Renault Clio

  • New front end inspired by Megane
  • Integrated TomTom sat-nav for under 500
  • New GT version
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A face-lifted Renault Clio will be unveiled at next month's Geneva motor show.

On sale in the UK from May, the updated Clio will get a new front end (borrowing heavily from the recently launched Megane), along with a restyled rear bumper and tail-lights.

A sporty new GT model will also go on sale at the same time. The GT will get a bodykit, stiffened suspension and twin exhaust pipes.

An integrated sat-nav will also be an option with the new Clio. Developed in conjunction with TomTom, the new Carminat' system will cost around 500, and incorporate traffic and speed-limit information, as well as safety camera locations.

We'll be at the Geneva motor show from March 3, so check back then for a full overview of the new Clio, as well as loads of other new models and motoring news direct from the show.