Renault KZ

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Renault KZ
1924-Renault-KZ 01.jpg
Manufacturer Renault
Also called Renault Type KZ
Renault Primaquatre
Production 1923-1931
Assembly Billancourt, France
Designer Louis Renault
Body and chassis
Class Mid-size / Large family car (D)
Body style 4-door Torpedo, 4-door Sedan, 2-door Truck
Layout FR
Engine 2120 cc, I4, 35 hp
Transmission 3-speed manual
Wheelbase 2800 mm
Length 3800 mm
Width 1640 mm
Curb weight 1320 kg
Predecessor Renault GS
Renault IG
Successor Renault Primaquatre
Renault Vivaquatre

The Renault KZ was a mid-size car or large family car manufactured by Renault from 1923 to 1931.

Details and Evolutions[edit]

The KZ was the replacement of the Type GS and the Type IG and its intention was to be a rival of the Citroen Type C in the class called "populaires" (economic). The car had a 4-cylinder engine of 2120 cc, 33 cm larger than its predecessors.

In 1927 three new models arrived, the KZ1, KZ2, KZ3, 21 cm larger.

In 1929 and 1931 the KZ4 and KZ5 were introduced.

The KZ11, was a taxis G7 company, a special series of 2400 vehicles with new adaptations.


  • KZ
  • KZ1
  • KZ2
  • KZ3
  • KZ4
  • KZ5


  • Speed = 75 km/h