1962 Renault

Renault 8

The Renault 8 (Renault R8 until 1964) and Renault 10 were compress automobiles produced by the French producer Renault in the Sixties and betimes Seventies. The 8 was launched in 1962, and the 10, a more upmarket rendering of the 8, was launched in 1965. Both ceased output and sales in France in 1971, although they were produced in Bulgaria until 1970 (see Bulgar Renault), and continued to be produced in Spain until 1976.

1962 Renault

The 8 was released in july 1962 and was based on the forthcoming Renault Dauphine. The car’s almost far-famed differentiation was its employment of 4-wheel record brakes, a kickoff for a car of its sizing. The 8 was powered by an all-new 956 cc locomotive underdeveloped 44 PS.

A more potent modeling, the 8 Major, was released in 1964, featuring an 1108 cc locomotive development 50 PS. A stillness more sinewy edition, the 8 Gordini, was likewise released that class, with a tuned locomotive of the like content but development 90 PS and a five-speed manual transmitting. The Gordini was earlier uncommitted but in blueness, with two tweed stripe. In 1965, the Renault 10 Major, a plusher variation of the 8 with a unlike presence and backside, was released, replacement the 8 Major. The 10 is pregnant as the low Renault manakin to be offered with a full reflexive infection, which different all afterwards robotic Renaults had a push cogwheel picker.

1962 Renault

In 1967, the 8 Gordini standard a rhytidectomy, adding two supernumerary headlights, and its locomotive upgraded to a 1255 cc whole rated at 100 PS. Both the 8 and the 10 (already confused the countersign Major) were hard revised for 1968, with roughly of the 10’s features fashioning it in to the 8, resulting into a reappeared 8 Major which replaced the canonic example. The 10 itself was facelifted, with orthogonal headlights added. The changes likewise saw the summation of the 8S, a sportier modelling with a 1108 cc locomotive rated at 60 PS. A bigger whole, the 1289 cc locomotive from the new Renault 12, was added in 1970, parturition to the R10 1300.

French product of the 8 and 10 ceased in 1971, with concluding sales as tardy as 1973. FASA-Renault, the troupe’s Spanish arm, continued to develop models 8 and 8TS (rather parallel to the 8S) until 1976 for the Spanish and Mexican markets.

1962 Renault

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