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Reinastella (RM2)

Renault Reinastella 2
1932
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IN THE

WAKE OF

RENAULT

40 CV

Unveiled at the Paris motor show in October 1928, Renault Reinastella was appointed as the successor to a prestigious car with a well-established reputation, the Renault 40 CV, renowned for breaking records. Renault Reinastella is one of three known surviving Renault Type RM2s.

1932

spirit

ONLY

THE BEST

Synonymous with prestige and luxury, Renault Reinastella came in various guises. Its different body designs were produced by the Renault workshops as well as by the leading independent coachbuilders of the time, such as Binder, Letourneur & Marchand, and Kellner.

interior

THE INNOVATION

GENERATOR

Renault Reinastella came with the first inline eight-cylinder engine developed by the marque. With displacement of 7.1 litres and other technical assets such as the nine-bearing crankshaft and twin carburettors, a length of 5.4 metres and weighing in at 2.7 tonnes, Renault Reinastella was certainly outstanding in every way.

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original soundtrack

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THIS PLAYLIST

The sound of the Renault Reinastella 8-cylinder engine will set your heart spinning, like a 1920s Charleston! The soundtrack to the Roaring Twenties!

technical features

RENAULT’S

1ST 8-CYLINDER

INLINE

  • production

    405 from 1928 to 1932

  • Performance and engine

    8 cylinders inline, 7,125 cm3, 110 hp

    3-speed gearbox + reverse

    135 kph

  • dimensions
    Length 5,30 m
    Width 1,95 m
    Height 1,80 m
  • architecture

    4-door saloon, front engine, rear-wheel drive, factory bodywork on separate chassis

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