The facelifted Renault Clio has been officially revealed. Featuring subtle exterior and interior changes, the B-segment hatchback also receives an update to its engine range, along with a revised equipment list for the upcoming model year.

Starting with the visuals, the Clio now receives full-LED Pure Vision headlamps (with C-shaped LED DRLs), a new front grille with slimmer and shorter chrome accents, a redesigned rear bumper and a chrome trim piece at the bottom of the rear bootlid. Four new body colours have also been added to the palette – Intense Red, Titanium Grey, Pearlescent White and Iron Blue – followed by a selection of new wheel designs.

For the cabin, Renault says it has used materials that are normally reserved for its higher-end models (Megane and Talisman). Changes include new chrome trim and more soft-touch plastics inside. Additionally, buyers will also have three infotainment systems to choose from – Media Nav Evolution, Renault R-Link Evolution and the new smartphone-based R&Go system.

Elsewhere, the Clio now comes with front parking sensors and a reversing camera on some variants. Higher-end models will come with Easy Park Assist, the carmaker’s autonomous parking function.

New engine options for the facelifted Clio include a 1.5 litre dCi 110 diesel engine with 108 hp. The mill is paired to a six-speed manual gearbox, which is now also offered for the 1.2 litre TCe 120 petrol engine (120 hp). These engines join the existing TCe 90 diesel and petrol engines in the range. Renault’s EDC dual-clutch transmission is available for certain engines.

Renault also introduced the “ultimate” Initiale Paris version of the facelifted Renault, featuring an exclusive Givre Grey body colour, Nappa leather-wrapped steering wheel, specific trimming and almost all the bells and whistles mentioned above. It comes with a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines, with either a manual or dual-clutch auto.