The Renault ReFour is a modern day incarnation of the classic Renault
4 compact car which was produced over forty years from 1961 until
The ReFour concept was designed by Kayvan Naderi and features numerous
nods to the original car, without falling into the trap of becoming
just another copycat retro inspired design with fancy headlights.
There are more than enough novel and modern features to make the Renault
ReFour a distinctive car with its own persona.
Standout features of the Renault ReFour concept include thick aluminum
A and C-pillars which have been left unpainted. There is also a distinctive
front grille with a large Renault logo embedded within. The wheels
have a distinctly '60s vibe, while the tall roofline helps increase
the feeling of space in what is a fairly compact car.
The Renault ReFour concept has been designed to be versatile and practical,
just like the original. Which was as comfortable hauling a couple
of sheep to market as it was taking a family to the beach. The interior
of the vehicle features numerous mounting points for various accessories,
tools and gadgets to be stored or added depending on the owner's requirements.
The vehicle is based on an aluminium chassis which is then covered
by colored thermoplastic body panels. This method has been chosen
to reduce weight, limit corrosion and also eliminate the need for
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