Renault
Louis Renault formed Societe Renault Freres with his brothers in 1899. Early on Renault realised the publicity value in motor racing and actively participated in this sport. Renault assisted the war effort during 1914-18 with lorries and tanks, in addition to tractors, taxis buses and aircraft. The second world war was a different story, and under Nazi occupation Louis Renault refused to build German tanks, but did agree to build lorries for the Germans. His efforts found him accused of collaboration and he died in prison before he could answer the charge, and as a result Renault were nationalised by the French government.
Vintage Renaults
Vintage Renaults
Monasix
Monasix
Renault Viva
Renault Viva
Renault 4CV
Renault 4CV
Dauphine
Dauphine
Fregate
Fregate
Renault 4R
Renault 4R
Renault 6
Renault 6
Renault 8
Renault 8
Renault 5
Renault 5
Floride Caravelle
Floride Caravelle
Renault 12
Renault 12
Renault 15 and 17
Renault 15 and 17
Renault 16
Renault 16
Super Cinq
Super Cinq
Fuego
Fuego
Renault Commercial
Renault Commercial
Renault Gordini
Renault Gordini
Renault Racing
Renault Racing
Renault Turbo
Renault Turbo
Renault Alpine
Renault Alpine
Renault 5 TL 1982
Renault 5 TL 1982
Renault 5 TL 1982 - badge on rear hatch
Renault 8 1970
Renault 8 1970
Renault 8 1970 - badge on front wing
Renault Dauphine
Renault Dauphine
Renault Dauphine - badge on wing
Renault KJ 1924
Renault KJ 1924
Renault KJ 1924 - badge on bonnet
Renault NN 1924
Renault NN 1924
Renault NN 1924 - badge on engine cowling