A quick introduction to the Twizy, a electric car by Renault. It looks funny, but it is a nice design in easiness in use and driving.
Top speed 85 km/h
Range 80 km (if riding properly)
VERY tight turns (me happy)
VERY small to park (me happy)

Comments

    • Gus Yan
      Gus Yan

      Without windows... No thanks

      about 16 days ago
    • me me
      me me

      Je veux une voiturette comme celle là

      about 23 days ago
    • Bruh KillaQ
      Bruh KillaQ

      Does it qualify to be called a car ?

      about 25 days ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to Bruh KillaQ

      I would call it a motorbike on 4 wheels

      about 8 days ago
    • S R
      S R

      All that coverage and you still can't drive it in the rain. What a piece of shit.

      about 1 month ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to S R

      Not true. I drove it in the rain. Had no trouble. Passenger might get a bit wet. Go see my video with word questions in title.

      about 29 days ago
    • Jack O'Jack
      Jack O'Jack

      These cars are perfect if you live in the city.

      about 1 month ago
    • jeeevan gurung
      jeeevan gurung

      Nice cute e car from french giant renault

      about 1 month ago
    • Ric Vieira
      Ric Vieira

      Do you need a standard car licence, or moped (50cc) is enough?

      How much is it, please?

      about 1 month ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to Ric Vieira

      In Belgium you need a car-license. 8000+ euros.

      about 1 month ago
    • Anuj Prajapati
      Anuj Prajapati

      without ac and window, it is waste

      about 2 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to Anuj Prajapati

      Without AC???? How long do you expect the range? 5 miles. With AC it could just be that. Nothing more. AC eat power. 😟

      about 1 month ago
    • General Malaise
      General Malaise

      Carry a roll of saran wrap for when you want to close the window.

      about 2 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to General Malaise

      Haha. I will keep it in mind.

      about 2 months ago
    • kirby waite
      kirby waite

      It's interesting how these cars are beginning to resemble the very early cars circa 1890 - 1900.

      about 2 months ago
    • Baula Entertainment
      Baula Entertainment

      is it available in Bangladesh?

      about 2 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to Baula Entertainment

      If you have Renault dealers there, you might ask them if it is available.

      about 2 months ago
    • Clay Mation
      Clay Mation

      Parking? You mean putting it in the closest?

      about 2 months ago
    • Mfarhanmirza01 Mirza01
      Mfarhanmirza01 Mirza01

      I think u should sell it in pakistan and pakistani very much like this tyle of vehicles i m from pakistan

      about 3 months ago
    • BlackYall
      BlackYall

      Great, now the wind/rain can smash my face when i drive. Great idea. Just removve the roff then and make it even cheeper.

      about 3 months ago
    • BlackYall
      BlackYall In reply to BlackYall

      @nestofdragonsYe and then i have to stop because of traffic and the wind is going sideways.

      about 2 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to BlackYall

      I guess you have not seen my other videos. When driving you. feel no wind, no rain.

      about 2 months ago
    • Pascal Brown
      Pascal Brown

      Dès que je pense : acheter un véhicule, je pense à usage l'usage que je vais en faire, donc mes course aux supermarché, me conduire au travail etc ... exemple, je banni tout les scooter n'ayant pas un plancher pour poser mon sac plein de course .. ce sont des détails, mais ils font toute la différence entre je regarde pke je trouve beau, mais je passe mon chemin parce que cela ne remplit pas les conditions d'utilités ... un véhicule doit être réfléchi à la base pour son utilité ... cette voiture est juste un gadget.

      about 3 months ago
    • RakaN Mohammad
      RakaN Mohammad

      How I can get 1 in Canada. Plz let me know ..

      about 3 months ago
    • RakaN Mohammad
      RakaN Mohammad In reply to RakaN Mohammad

      nestofdragons thanks for your reply and I’ll contact with our dealer in Canada ..

      about 3 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to RakaN Mohammad

      It is a Renault. So ... contact a dealer in Canada ... if available. If not, sorry, will be hard to do yourself the paperwork.

      about 3 months ago
    • Panos Rod
      Panos Rod

      No bumpers.

      about 3 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to Panos Rod

      How many motorbikes do you know with bumpers? Remember ... it is NOT a car.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jum wilawan
      Jum wilawan

      Very nice 👍

      about 3 months ago
    • Felimon Villar
      Felimon Villar

      I like it

      about 4 months ago
    • John Mendoza
      John Mendoza

      Cool car i own a smart car in texas i want this instead of a scooter.

      about 4 months ago
    • Elli P
      Elli P

      I'm looking at this on the 19th of April, 2019. Technology has come on a LONG way since 2012. Yay! It's a beautiful, clever, desirable little vehicle... And I still can't have one.

      Technology may have come a long way, but has it brought prices down by the 80% necessary to get millions of people mobile? Er, no. All that's happened as battery tech has improved and brushless motors have evolved is that mileages have increased, charging times have halved, and prices have quadrupled. Oh, well done. That's really bloody helpful.

      Fitting windows and even a small heater is very much a 'frill', in my opinion. People like me - poor people who can (literally) only afford to ride an old £30 bike in all weathers - aren't interested in luxury features or performance or electric damn windows and smart sat-nav or whatever. We don't care about crash safety ratings and crumple zones because we ride bicycles; bikes have a crash rating of 0.00, and our BODIES are the crumple zones. We know that; we accept it, and ride accordingly.

      I'm English and live in the north of England. Nobody here sues anybody when things go wrong. Litigious Americans instantly wheel out their lawyers and expect to get $13,000,000 payouts if they hurt themselves. Manufacturers are constantly terrified they'll face multi-billion dollar class-action blah, blah, blahs... exemplary damages, punitive fines, corporate irresponsibility, yadda, yadda, yadda...

      In Britain you get a sympathetic pat on the (broken) back and a nice cup of tea. Maybe a slice of sultana cake. Whatever. Give me 4 tiny electric-powered Twizy (or whatever) wheels and I'll happily sign a disclaimer waiving ALL my 'rights' against the manufacturer. Just give me cheap transport, someone. Anyone.

      People want a basic electric vehicle for no more than £500. There, I've said it. The magic figure. The bottom line. £500.

      "What?" you shout. "Get real, bitch!" And I say, "No, YOU get real, Mr Moneybags! Screw the £1,200 smartphones and £40,000 Teslas. Make a tiny electric vehicle for the masses! Go on! Do it! You'll go down in history as the saviour of mankind, womankind, and the planet!"

      No, of course I don't know how to do it - I'm not an industrialist - but there's a seemingly endless crop of beautiful, practical, tiny electric 'cars' out there (or in the pipeline...) that have utterly ludicrous prices. £10,000? £12,000? £15,000? Please, BE SERIOUS! I can buy a used regular car with 4 seats, a 500 mile range on a tank of petrol, and that's easy to maintain at home, for under £1,000! No, it won't be pretty, but it'll be cheap.

      If this were China, there'd be 50 companies fighting to get a Twizy equivalent on the road for under £1,000. In a year the price would drop. They'd sell millions of them for less than a ruddy Apple iPod or the latest Dyson lifestyle-accessory vacuum cleaner. Bikers would adopt them, customise them, love them... Surely it's not beyond the wit of Western man to produce something affordable?

      Apparently, it is. Sigh.

      about 5 months ago
    • suwito wito
      suwito wito

      good I like

      about 5 months ago
    • Count Monte Cristo
      Count Monte Cristo

      No windows?..... weather?

      about 5 months ago
    • chenthilkumar abishek kumar
      chenthilkumar abishek kumar

      Super

      about 6 months ago
    • Gérard Lefrançois
      Gérard Lefrançois

      10,000 $ is enough for that kind of thing.

      about 6 months ago
    • basra sultana
      basra sultana

      Fantastic for singles 👏

      about 6 months ago
    • nestofdragons
      nestofdragons In reply to basra sultana

      It has two seats!! 😉

      about 3 months ago
    • Wuenceslao Ippolito
      Wuenceslao Ippolito

      AY LOVE YES 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍💜💛💚💙💛

      about 6 months ago
    • Rob M
      Rob M

      In the US theyd shut this down fast ( the oil companies, the regular car companies. the crash test ratings etc

      about 6 months ago
    • sergio henrique ribas de oliveira
      sergio henrique ribas de oliveira

      Amazing.......

      about 7 months ago
    • Selva Selva
      Selva Selva

      wow

      about 7 months ago