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Renault Sport invited its fans to suggest challenges for the Twingo R.S. to overcome, and one of the chosen feats was for it to play the ball in a game of ten-pin. After some establishing shots and burnouts, the 133-horsepower hot hatch gets going down the lane.

To make sure it doesn't disappoint, a stern gang of mute, pouty models looks on because, well, you can't have car-bowling without that, now can you?

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      • 3 Years Ago
      Not a bad looking little car. Reminds me of the Top Gear Bowling Pin Challenges in Forza 4, which I always do with one of my smaller cars.
        • 3 Years Ago
        I do those with my Ford Country Squire.
          • 3 Years Ago
          I've tried that last one with the Country Squire and the '69 Dodge Charger but still can't get it. Had no problems with the others though.
      • 3 Years Ago
      The front end of that is so hideous, that the only thing uglier in this video is the music.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Take the Twingo Bowling Take it Bowling Some people say that bowling alleys got big lanes Some people say that bowling alleys all look the same There's not a line that goes here that rhymes with anything I has a dream last night, but I forget what it was I had a dream last night about you, my friend I had a dream--I wanted to sleep next to plastic I had a dream--I wanted to lick your knees I had a dream--it was about nothing (With apologies to Camper van Beethoven)
      • 3 Years Ago
      Does the author seem bitter to anyone else? Maybe the author's upset because he cant bowl a spare or a strick and cant get models to show up unless he is paying for their service.
        • 3 Years Ago