Published on : April 1st 2019
Losange Magazine
April 1st 2019

Losange Magazine was born in 2007 out of pure passion for the Renault brand: Tony Vos, publisher and chief editor, caught the Renault bug at the tender age of nine. In addition to launching this magazine more than 12 years ago, he has written a number of books on various Renault subjects.

Since 1 May 2018, there has also been a digital version of Losange Magazine. It is available in French, English and Dutch. The content of the paper-based magazine can now be seen on computers, tablets and smartphones. The range of subjects varies greatly and all past and current Renault products are covered: cars, vans, lorries, buses, tractors, planes, trains, etc. Like the paper version of Losange Magazine, the digital version is released four times a year. The magazine can be viewed free of charge on the following sites: (French), (English) and (Dutch).

The booklets of different models can also be downloaded on the digital version. In addition, various articles are accompanied by a video.

You can now subscribe to the newsletter. The newsletter is sent out four times a year just after the latest issue goes online so that Renault enthusiasts do not miss a thing.

There are already four issues online and the fifth issue was recently released!

It contains several reports on the Rétromobile Classic Car Show, the “Belles Champenoises d'Epoque” association as well as the Geneva Motor Show. At the latest Geneva Motor Show, Renault presented phase II of Twingo III and the fifth generation Clio.

This new issue also casts light on the history of a series of lorries built during the Second World War (AHS, AHN, AHR).

You will be able to find in a detailed article the specific characteristics of the Renault 25 stretch limousine.

Losange Magazine has also boarded the Renault 5150, a train from the mid 1960s with a panoramic dome.

This issue includes test drives of the new Talisman TCe 225 and the new Kadjar TCe 140. The usual sections on Renault miniatures, little treasures, postcards and the caricatural drawings of “P’tit Louis” can also be found.

To consult this new edition : Losange Magazine N°5