List of Renault vehicles

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This is a list of vehicles produced by Renault. Renault new models were usually introduced at the Paris Motor Show. The Paris Motor Show during this period was held in September or October of most years. Hence a new model introduced at say the 2015 Show would be defined as a 2016 model. In February 2012, Renault axed the Laguna, Espace, Kangoo, Modus, and Wind lines in the United Kingdom.[1]

Automobiles[edit]

The B-segment Renault Captur is the best seller SUV in Europe[2] since its first commercialization month in 2013.[3]
2013 Renault Clio, a B-segment
2015 Renault Megane, a C-segment
2015 Renault Espace V, a large family crossover, mixing elements of SUVs and MPVs
Renault Kadjar, mid-size SUV, 2x4 or 4x4
Renault Alpine A110, first Champion of the World Rally Championship
Renault Mégane Renault Sport III settled many traks records (Nürburgring, Suzuka, Albert Park in Melbourne)
1964 Renault R8 Gordini was the first sportive compact car for a public consumption price.[4]
1980 Renault Fuego, won 8 consecutive championships in the TC 2000 touring car racing series (1986-1993)

Renault new models were usually introduced at the Paris Motor Show. The Paris Motor Show during this period was held in September or October of most years. Hence a new model introduced at say the 1928 Show would be defined as a 1929 model.

1922 Renault Model 40 Kellner town car

Recent "name" models (1980–present)[edit]

Current vehicles in production[edit]

Former vehicles in production[edit]

Numeric models[edit]

  • 3 (1961–1962)
  • 4 (1961–1992)
  • 5 (1972–1996)
  • 6 (1968–1978)
  • 7 (1974–1984)
  • 8 (1962–1971)
  • 9 (1982–1988)
  • 10 (1962–1971)
  • 11 (1982–1988)
  • 12 (1969–1980)
  • 14 (1976–1979)
  • 15 (1971–1977)
  • 16 (1965–1979)
  • 17 (1971–1977)
  • 18 (1978–1986)
  • 19 (1988–1995)
  • 20 (1975–1984)
  • 21 (1986–1993)
  • 25 (1984–1992)
  • 30 (1976–1984)

After World War II to 1980 (1945–1980)[edit]

Renault 4CV Belgium AA

Between the Wars (1919–1939)[edit]

Pre-World War I (1899–1914)[edit]

Alpine-Renault[edit]

Concept cars[edit]

Initiale Paris
IAA (Frankfurt Motor Show) 2013

Others[edit]

Current vans and trucks in production[edit]

Former vans and trucks in production[edit]

Buses[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Renault to cut five UK models". telegraph.co.uk. 19 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Renault became a recognised expert in the urban crossover segment with Captur, first in the B segment in Europe, and Duster, third in the C segment.". Auto news. September 17, 2014. Retrieved 2014-11-30. 
  3. ^ "Captur has been the leader in its segment in Europe since July 2013.". Auto news. January 21, 2014. Retrieved 2014-12-01. 
  4. ^ Auto Plus (Auto Bild France) n°1362, 10 to 17 of october 2014 - 1964 : La Renault 8 Gordini, la première "GTi" (translation : "1964 : Renault 8 Gordini, the first 'GTi'").
  5. ^ "Renault Gabbiano Concept (1983)". 
  6. ^ McCosh, Dan (January 1991). "Automotive Newsfront". Popular Science. 237 (1): 28. Retrieved 24 September 2010. 

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