Renault Air4 Concept: the 4L is back on November 26!


As part of the 60th anniversary of the 4L, Renault will be exhibiting a new Air4 concept car which should herald an electric return of the famous city car.

In this year 2021, Renault did not fail to recall that the 4L celebrates its 60th anniversary. Following an appearance in the ZOE advertising, events, special model or a retrospective at Epoqu’Auto, the brand will give the highlight of the show. In a surprise teaser, she tells us that a completely new concept car is approaching.

For this vehicle, the Losange is partnering with The Arsenale agency. A sentence accompanies the announcement: “Where Thersenale and Renault go, there is no need for a road”. The direct reference to Back to the future unfortunately does not mean a flying car.

A very retro Air4 concept

Named Renault Air4, this very terrestrial R4 concept car is already giving some leads. His first image is clear, nostalgia is part of it. The facies of the Air4 Concept matches the grille with round optics and the cover of the original model. A modern addition, the vertical daytime running lights recall the location of the bumper hooks.

The rest of the body still keeps secrets, but will have a dark gray color. Its side guards will be those of the 1980s model, while the orange touches will give a very 1970s atmosphere. There are also very briefly protruding LED taillights, sporting a 4L logo.

A future electric R5 and R4 duo

Luca de Meo, new CEO of Renault, had confirmed the news on June 30, there will be a new 4L. It could follow the future R5 of 2024, with a 100% electric engine, and will have its Express utility version. The city car will be based on the future CMF-BEV electric platform, and will serve as a co-replacement of the ZOE with the R5.

Finally, will the Renault Air4 be a restomod (old model revisited), or a 100% new vehicle? Patience and see you on November 26 for the discovery of the concept.

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