The auto maker commissioned four artists to customize the Twingo hatchback to fit their personal lifestyle.

Car manufacturer Renault invited four people with different creative backgrounds to customize the interior of its new Twingo hatchback. The four people added their own personal touches to express their artistic side.

Pop singer Nicola Roberts converted the car into a mobile recording studio, equipped with dresser dashboard that holds her jewelry and makeup. Italian chef Davide Scabin turned to food for inspiration, decorating the seats with pasta. Fashion designer Nils Holger Moormann turned his car into a cozy reading room featuring a fireplace. While fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac made the Twingo into something more presidential and majestic with plush velvet armchairs.

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