let everyone drive
At the close of the Second World War, Renault realized that a new clientele may be interested in its cars. So it decided to offer simple models, easy to maintain and drive, so that chauffeurs were no longer needed. The first car of this type was Renault 10 CV Type GS (1920), which evolved into Type IG then Type II.
The sounds of Renault Type II take us back some 100 years.
Renault offered Type II in a variety of different body options: closed cabin, saloon, cabriolet, landaulet, torpedo and van. Furthermore, note that the vans appeared in the Renault range in 1900, with a Type C van. This version was the first of a continuous series of Renault utility vehicles.
- Performance and engine
4 cylinders inline
2120 cc - 10 HP
3-speed gearbox + reverse
- dimensionsLength 4,01 mWidth 1,75 mHeight 2,12 m
front engine, rear-wheel drive
bodywork positioned on a separate chassis