From its launch in 1930 until the early 40s, Renault produced new iterations of the Nervastella range with enhanced styling and mechanical features virtually every year.
Regal and elegant, for a sophisticated clientele
In terms of bodywork, enticing and elegant versions were available straight from the Renault plant, which allowed for tempting prices. More demanding customers could buy a chassis along with its mechanical components and entrust the bodywork to a craftsman coachbuilder. One such craftsman was Henry Binder who fashioned bodywork versions destined for unique purposes. Such was the case with this majestic Nervastella, which built on a TG 4 chassis.
High-tech luxury, rare for the time
Only 20 other special-purpose versions were built on the Nervastalla TG 4 chassis; a car, of which only 256 were made between 1932 and 1933. Streamlined, shell-shaped headlamps are one of its outstanding styling features. The more mechanically-minded will appreciate the 8-cylinder engine and 4-speed gear box, with synchronised third and fourth gears.