1898: Renault Voiturette type A, loa 1.9m, single cylinder engine, 3-speed gearbox, 32km/h.
1989: Renault's Voiturette type B had a fully enclosed passenger compartment; engine 450cc; 35km/h.
1946: The rear engined Renault 4CV saloon shown; on sale 1947.
1955: Renault and Alpine cooperated to build the composite-bodied A106 sports car based on Renault 4CV, and
1955-1961 the A108 based on the Renault Dauphine.
1956-1967: The 4-seat, rear engined Renault Dauphine was in production. 845cc engine, 55hp, 4-speed gearbox, 110km/h. 2,150,738 were built -- Renault.
1959: The pretty, rear engined Renault Floride was built as a coupe, a cabriolot (soft top), and a removeable hard-top.
Engines ranged from 845cc to 1,108cc.
1961-1994: Renault 4, front wheel drive, 5-door, 747cc, 3-speed gearbox. (Renault reports that 8,135,424 were built.)
1961: The Renault Alpine A110 was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. In 1973 the A110 won 8 events out of 13 in the World Rally Championship. The 1975 Alpine A110 1800 was the last revision prior to the A310.
1969 Alpine
1962: Renault 8, rear engined. January 1964, a 1,108cc version. October 1964, the sporty Renault 8 Gordini shown at the Paris Motor Show.
1964 R8
1972: Renault 5 launched.
1978: A Renault Alpine A442, 1997cc turbocharged V6, won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
1978  A442
1998: Renault acquired 51% of Dacia (Romania), and 99.3% by 2004.
1999 March 27: Renault and Nissan formed an "Alliance", e.g., to develop platforms and common parts.
2010 April 4: Daimler, Renault and Nissan announced a "wide-ranging" strategic alliance.

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