The French manufacturer has released images of the revised interior, showing off a new digital instrument cluster and large 9.3-inch infotainment display.
The new Clio’s dashboard is separated into three pieces. The top section is a foam-coated panel but the middle section is entirely customisable.
Amongst the visual updates Renault has made to the Clio, the firm has also focused on using better quality materials, making the hatchback feel more upmarket than ever before.
The steering wheel now houses more buttons, including the cruise control, phone operation, and configuration settings of the instrument cluster. The steering wheel itself is now also smaller too, thanks to a more compact airbag.
Furthermore, Renault is introducing a revised seat design. To improve rear visibility and sense of space, headrests have been made thinner and higher quality materials have been used.
Other small changes worth mentioning are: the centre console is now higher, the gear level is shorter, and softer materials have been used on the door panels. The latter is said to be a segment first, as well as also being customisable.
While this gives us a glimpse into what the new Clio will have to offer, we expect much more information about the new supermini to be revealed at Geneva, which runs from March 7 until 17.