The company was established in 1951 in Valladolid as FASA (Fabricacion de Automoviles Sociedad Anonima de Valladolid) by Spanish interests, a license having been obtained to allow local production of Renault vehicles. In 1965 Renault increased its shareholding in the company from 15% to 49.9% and the company name was changed to FASA-Renault. Renault was permitted to become a major shareholder in the company in 1976 and by December 2000 FASA-Renault was fully owned by the Renault Group.
Most of the Renault range was assembled in Spain, excluding the bigger cars like the 20/30 and 25. The Renault 7 which was produced by FASA-Renault from 1974 to 1984 is a locally developed four-door sedan version of the original Renault 5 hatchback.
Fasa-Renault 12 S of 1972.
Renault 11 (1981-1989).
Renault Clio (1990-presente).
Renault Modus (2004-2012).
Renault Captur (2013-present).
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- Renault 7 at motorbase.com Retrieved on 16 September 2010