Il Paris Salon is approaching and with it many Renault-branded innovations. The French company will be a great protagonist of the Parisian event where it will exhibit its new models and some concept unpublished.
Among them, there will be a prototype dedicated to the Renault 4 which will be unveiled on October 17 and which could anticipate the look of the “4Ever”, the electric crossover expected in 2025.
It already becomes an off-road vehicle
The transalpine brand defines the concept as a “show car” that will celebrate the legacy of the Renault 4 and the 25th anniversary of the “4L Trophy”, A charity rally that takes place every year and sees hundreds of 4 modified to face the Moroccan desert.
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Designed by the team of designers headed by Gilles Vidal (Renault Design Vice President), the Renault 4 was anticipated by some teaser photos showing an off-road look from the future. The oversized wheel arches, large wheels and roof-mounted roof box are clear signs that this Renault is ready to get by on any terrain.
As mentioned, however, the basic shapes of the bodywork could directly inspire the production model that will be marketed in a few years.
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Together with the concept dedicated to the Renault 4, the Losanga will bring many other innovations to the Paris Motor Show. The French exhibition will be an opportunity to take a close look at some of the models recently launched on the market such as the Austral E-Tech and the Megane E-Tech Electric.
At the same time, we will see the production version of the electric Kangoo and the debut of another concept centered on the Renault 5 that celebrates 50 years of the brand’s iconic compact. Called the R5 Turbo 3E, this Renault will also become an NFT for sale in a digital-only format.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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