Renault has wasted no time in pushing its new face onto older models. In this case, it’s the face of the just launched Clio IV grafted on its grandfather, the Clio II. It’s called the 2013 Clio Mercosur and it will debut at the 27th Sao Paulo International Motor Show in Brazil for the South American market.

By the way, Mercosur is the name of an economic and political agreement among Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Founded in 1991, it is now a full customs union. How about a Toyota Vios Asean?

Besides the new face, we can see new tail lamp designs and go faster body stripes, with matching white on the wing mirrors and rubbing strips.

Click here for the full story on the funky new Clio, the fourth-gen car, and here for its hot RS-tweaked sister.