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Renault Fiftie

Renault Fiftie

Renault Fiftie

Renault Fiftie interior

Renault Fiftie

Renault Fiftie
Make Renault
Model Fiftie
Concept year 1996
Production year -
Engine 1.2 litre, four-cylinder

The Renault Fiftie which was unveiled at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show was designed to mark the 50th anniversary of the Renault 4CV's introduction.

Designed by Benoit Jacob, the Fiftie was an extremely forward thinking concept which looks up to date even today. As expected the styling was heavily inspired by the 4CV, but modern touches like aluminium trim elements, and crisp styling lines gave the concept a contemporary feel.

The Renault Fiftie was based on the the Renault Sport Spider's aluminium chassis, and as such the Fiftie was mid-engined and rear-wheel-drive. The engine itself was nothing to brag about as it produced a mere 60 hp from its 1.2 litre capacity.

The interior was a bright and pleasant space which was styled to create a "refreshing" environment through extensive use of cotton, linen, and rattan. The steering wheel and pedals were adjustable for reach. A multifunction screen in the center of the dash provided control for the audio system, climate control and telephone.

Sadly the Fiftie never went into production. Which is a shame because its styling alone would have gained it many admirers... And sales.

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