- February 20th 2017
- The TWINGO ‘Balarinji’ has been acquired by the National Museum of Australia.
- The car was the first two-wheel drive to reach the Cape York Peninsula, the northernmost tip of Australia, on a 25,000-kilometre road trip.
- The epic outback adventure was immortalised in an Aboriginal painting by two famous Australian artists.Renault ClassicFebruary 8th 2017Retromobile set to play host to six classic Alpine modelsThe Alpine Vision show car will also be on display as a symbolic bridge between the brand’s past and future
Boulogne-Billancourt, February 7, 2017 – Groupe Renault is pleased to confirm Alpine’s participation in the 42nd edition of Retromobile (February 8-12,…Renault ClassicFebruary 7th 2017At the 2017 Rétromobile Show, Renault, with its long and rich history, is presenting vehicles that symbolize the French-style elegance that has always been a defining characteristic of the brand. Fully in line with this tradition, TREZOR, the concept car revealed at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, will be on display at the event.01 / The TREZOR star:…Renault ClassicJanuary 25th 2017Four Renault 8 Gordinis to join 20th edition of the Rallye Monte-Carlo HistoriqueRenault Classic teams depart Barcelona on 27 January, arrive Monaco 01 February
Barcelona, January 25, 2017 - Renault today announced it will take part in the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique 2017 involving four teams at the wheel of Renault 8…Renault ClassicJanuary 4th 2017
More than 300 clubs and around 2550 collectors are on Renault Classic website to share their passion. Sign in now: https://en.renaultclassic.com/connexion/
Enjoy our community!Create your own events and share them with more than 300 clubs Specify the date and the place of the event; Introduce briefly the event; Add some…Renault ClassicNovember 28th 2016
In the early 1950s, Renault carried out a market study which showed the need for a four-seater, capable of 115 kph and running on no more than seven litres per 100 km. In short, a car capable of completing the Renault range, filling the gap between the small 4CV and the more luxurious Frégate. As there were no plans to stop production of…Renault ClassicNovember 14th 2016BEGINNINGS AND STUDIES
Why a turbine-powered car?
In the 1950s, car manufacturers believed that the 4-stroke engine
had achieved such a level of perfection that it could no longer be improved upon in a significant manner. On the other hand, turbines were already used in aviation, and offered the automotive sector plenty of…Renault ClassicOctober 28th 2016
For Renault, the launch of the Nervasport was a strategic commercial offensive. Lauded for its comfort, road-holding, safety and relatively affordable price, the car was a true replica of models coming from the United States.
The press praised its attributes during long-distance testing but Louis Renault wanted…Renault Classic