Given these numbers, Renault's proposed expansion of the Twizy line to include the low-speed Twizy 45 (guess how many kilometers an hour it goes) seems like a smart move, since this LSV could then be legally driven by unlicensed drivers who are 16 or older in some locations.
Currently, Renault sells three versions of the Twizy: the base Urban model starts at £6,690 ($10,483 U.S. at today's exchange rates) while the high-end Technic costs £7,400 ($11,596). Remember, those low prices are offset by the fact that you need to rent the battery for an extra £45 ($70) a month for three years and the contract only allows 4,500 miles a year to be put on the car. Still, even with those restrictions – and no side windows – people are interested. Imagine that.