Basically, if you do not need that 'extra' seat in the 1+1 configuration, Renault can now sell you a more practical Twizy, one with a rear trunk/hatch.
Looking at the demographics, it makes a lot of sense to produce this car because currently 3 out of every 5 sales on the Renault city car are to companies, not individuals.
Access to the boot is from the rear via a lockable 90° door. The Twizy Cargo's, uh, cargo area is actually fairly large at 180l/75 kg.
The Twizy Cargo will be available in two trims:
- Cargo (top speed of 80 kph/50 mph)
- Cargo 45 (top speed of 45 km/h/28 mph)- also of note, thanks to only 4 kW of power you can drive it without a license