The prototype of the new Renault 4 changes color at Roland Garros

Before seeing it live (and as standard) we should wait for 2025. In the meantime, however, the Renault 4EVER Trophy it already changes color. The concept presented at the Paris Motor Show last October is dressed in Ile de France Blue, an iconic color combined with the 4L launched in 1962.

Even if the Losanga crossover looks to the future, therefore, it does not forget its past.

Far from the asphalt with a lot of style

The 4EVER Trophy show car will be presented to the public at the Open of France at Roland Garros, which will be inaugurated next 22 maggio. It will be an important opportunity to see Renault in a completely different guise.

Renault 4EVER Trophy Blu Ile de France (2023)

Renault 4EVER Trophy Blu Ile de France (2023), side view with the new colour

Beyond the color, the concept retains the same look as the car presented in Paris. The design is typical of buggies, with high ground clearance, off-road tires and a number of solutions to enjoy adventures away from the asphalt.

In addition to the tough and pure off-road aesthetics, Renault also has a lot of substance, with a underbody reinforced to protect the battery from shocks and a particular system that adapts the pressure of the wheels according to the type of terrain being covered.

Will the standard Renault 4 be the same? It can’t be totally ruled out. If nothing else, the concept and the final model will share the CMF-BEV platformthe same that will also give life to the Renault 5 which will already arrive in 2024.

The 4 will be produced in Northern France, with a powertrain that shouldn’t have values ​​that are too different from that of the prototype. It is therefore possible that the future B-segment electric Renault will also rely on the 42 kWh battery and a 140 HP engine.

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