RENAULT CELTAQUATRE ADC1 COUPÉ

To respond to the launch of the Citroën Traction Avant, Renault presented a new, more conventional model called Celtaquatre in 1934, focusing on classic styling and safety.

RENAULT CELTAQUATRE ADC1 COUPÉ parked

An innovative vehicle

Celtaquatre preserved a traditional architecture with rigid rear wheels and a separate sidemember chassis. For its time, the style was innovative.

 

The compact Celtaquatre measures less than 4 metres in length. It is based on a tried-and-tested powertrain, driven by a new 1463 cc 4-cylinder engine.

Revamped coachwork

The original model would change in the following years: new bodywork types appeared, including a cabriolet, a convertible coach and a utility version that would serve merchants and taxis. Alongside the 4-door saloon, there would be a small coupé whose originality was not lacking in charm.

RENAULT CELTAQUATRE ADC1 COUPÉ on the road
RENAULT CELTAQUATRE ADC1 COUPÉ side view
RENAULT CELTAQUATRE ADC1 COUPÉ on the avenue des Champs-Elysées
RENAULT CELTAQUATRE ADC1 COUPÉ front end

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