Renault 4 Parisienne 1963 posters

Renault 4 Parisienne

Introduced to the market in 1961, the Renault 4, also known as the 4L (pronounced "Quatrelle", which literally translates as "four wings" in French), was a supermini produced by the French automobile manufacturer Renault until 1993. It was the first front-wheel drive vehicle released by the company. History The project was conceived by Renault Chairman Pierre Dreyfus and introduced to the public in 1956. The Renault 4 was intended to be a much more convenient and affordable alternative to the Citroën 2CV which had been released eight years earlier. The 4L featured a monocoque body and four-wheel independent suspension, as well as a shorter wheelbase on the left side. It was first presented at the Paris Salon de l'Automobile with transmission and engine components taken from the 4CV. Whilst the Renault 4 initially was marketed as an estate car, it is now considered a pioneer of the hatchback body style due to its one-piece top-hinged tailgate, a feature it shared with the 1954 Citroën Traction Avant and the 1953 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk1.

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