In the early 1930s, the “Stella” suffix became synonymous with high-end finish. This would therefore make Vivastella Renault’s finest 6-cylinder model.
The star of luxury vehicles
In 1929, Louis Renault crowned Monasix and Vivasix with the “Stella” badge, previously reserved for Reinastella. Monastella and Vivastella were thus launched on the luxury car market, sporting the distinguished five-point star on their grille.
A real crowd-pleaser
In 1929, the decision to move the radiator behind the engine led to major changes in body style. The elegant and aerodynamic grille on the 1932-1933 Vivastella accentuated its classic lines, in perfect harmony with its meticulous finish and its quiet and responsive engine. This car was very appealing to a wealthy clientele. Starting in 1933, Renault embraced a more aerodynamic and progressive look, creating a curvier design.