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Renault Alpine 310- 1985

Renault Alpine 310- 1985

The 4 cylinder Renault Alpine 310 was launched in 1972. Some consider the Alpine one of France’s best kept secrets–it was a more practical and cheaper alternative to the Porsche 911. The V6 engine, introduced in 1976, allowed the A310 to rival the best sports cars in Europe.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Régie Nationale des Usines Renault
Renault Alpine GTA Turbo-1986

Renault Alpine GTA Turbo-1986

In 1985, Renault redesigned the 310 series. This GTA is larger and more rounded.

Renault Avantime- 2003

Renault Avantime- 2003

Avantime is a combination of the French “avant” for “ahead” and the English word “time”. The Avantime’s predecessor - the Espace - was certainly ahead of its time. By 2001, the MPV market was well established, but Renault had their own take with the production debut of the Avantime.

Renault Clio V-6-2002

Renault Clio V-6-2002

The Renault Sport Clio V6 is one of a long line of sporting Renault designs based on existing economy cars by the Régie. Although clearly the Clio V6 is a descendant of the famed Renault R5 Turbo II, its closest ancestor was the Renault Sport Spider.
Renault Clio Williams II-1994

Renault Clio Williams II-1994

Renault’s Clio is a long-running Supermini-class car. Since 1990, it has been produced in four generations; this is an example of a limited-production model based on the first generation of Clio, 1990-1998.

Renault Dauphine (electric, grey)-1960

Renault Dauphine (electric, grey)-1960

In 1956, Renault announced the Dauphine, a 4CV development.  The mechanics are similar to those of the 4CV, but the body is a 3-box type.

Renault Dauphine Gordini- 1962

Renault Dauphine Gordini- 1962

In 1956, Renault came out with a new model called the Dauphine. It was essentially an updated 4CV with a larger body and more power.

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Régie Nationale des Usines Renault
Renault Dauphine Henney- 1959

Renault Dauphine Henney- 1959

In 1956, Renault announced the Dauphine, a 4CV development. The mechanics are similar to those of the 4CV, but the body is a 3-box type. It has a welded stress-carrying center section to which the front and rear assemblies are bolted. 

  • Country of Origin: France
  • Régie Nationale des Usines Renault
Renault Espace- 1987

Renault Espace- 1987

The Espace debuted in 1984, the same year as the Dodge Caravan. Both were pioneers in the Multi-Purpose Vehicle market.

Renault Le Car- 1979

Renault Le Car- 1979

Launched in 1972, the R5 “supermini” hatchback was Renault’s answer to Fiat’s 127. The Americanized version arrived in 1976, renamed Le Car, as R5 was deemed too bland for the American market.

 

Renault Megane R-26-2007

Renault Megane R-26-2007

Renaultsport made this limited edition R26 to commemorate the company’s winning of the 2005 and 2006 F1 World Championship.  The engine was enlarged and turboed to bring the horsepower up to 227.

Renault R10- 1971

Renault R10- 1971

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Renault R16- 1973

Renault R16- 1973

The Renault 16 (known colloquially as the R16) was a forward-looking car. Before the term “hatchback” was coined, the R16 was the first medium-sized front-wheel-drive family car, simply called a “five door”.

Renault Rogue Commander-1954

Renault Rogue Commander-1954

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Renault Sport Spider-1998

Renault Sport Spider-1998

Looking at the Spider, you will see that it is a completely different car from the other Renaults you have seen.  It is a stark open 2-seater similar to the Lotus Elise.

Renault Twingo- 1993

Renault Twingo- 1993

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