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Renault Frégate began its career as a “grand touring” saloon in 1951. Inspired in its design by a more American style, Renault Frégate is very spacious, and can seat up to 6 passengers. In addition to this saloon version, a cabriolet was produced by the coachbuilder Letourneur et Marchand. These Renault Frégate cabriolets were produced one by one, and were all unique.
Renault Frégate, in its saloon version, was very spacious and comfortable. It boasted unrivalled road-holding for the time. It was then developed into an estate version named “Domaine”. This model featured access to its loading zone (boot) via a 2-part door: one top and one bottom, with the bottom one extending the floor to provide a huge loading space (especially with the seats down).
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After the “Domaine” and “Transfluide” version, Renault commissioned coachbuilder Letourneur et Marchand to produce a cabriolet version of Frégate. Many coach builders considered Frégate in complying with pre-war traditions. In the same way as Letourneur et Marchand producing one model of each car with the result that no Frégate cabriolet resembled another.
around 30 copies (for 180,463 saloons produced)
- Performance and engine
4 petrol cylinders
1996 cc (60 hp) then 2141 cc (77 hp)
- dimensionsLength 4,70 mWidth 1,70mHeight 1 ,54 m
monocoque cabriolet on three-box saloon base
front engine, rear-wheel drive