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Type DG

Renault Type DG 2
1913
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CLASSY!

In the 1910s, Renault developed its range; luxury was still in its infancy and the first ceremonial cars were only coming out. Renault Type DG is a perfect example. This variant of Renault type D had the same chassis as Renault Type CB and shared many mechanical components with this model (launched the previous year in 1912).

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VICTORIAN

STYLE

Launched in 1913, Renault Type DG was a victoria. Before the first cars emerged, the word Victoria used to refer to a four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage with two seats (plus a seat for the coachman). Renault Type DG adopted the same style of bodywork, although it replaced the horses with an engine.

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CRACK YOUR

WHIP, COACHMAN!

Inspired by the old horse-drawn carriages, Renault Type DG boasted a high seat for the coachman, located at the front. Passengers used to sit comfortably at the back of the carriage, on the cushions of the bench seat, which was easy to reach thanks to the lower chassis. Long before the age of car tuning, lower chassis made the lives of passengers easier!

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The rustling sound of sumptuous fabrics, for an atmosphere imbued with luxury and delight.

technical features

APPROXIMATELY

1,370 UNITS

  • production

    Approximately 1,370 units

  • Performance and engine

    65 kph

    4 cylinders in 2 blocks, 12 CV

    2,610 cc

  • dimensions
    Length 4.50m
    Width 1.63m
    Height 2 m
  • architecture

    Victoria type bodywork

    Lower chassis for easier access to the vehicle

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