Renault Dauphine Gordini 1957.psd
A classic rear-engine economy car, the Renault Dauphine is still in competition today. The company first produced the Dauphine in 1956 and it was the first French car to be imported in large numbers to the United States. This car was also the first model from Renault to be marketed to the mid-range market. It remained in production for twelve years, and it's a perfect example of the style the company is known for.
This car was released in 1957 and is still popular today. This car was built to compete in motor racing events and was the first French sports car. It is an excellent example of the pontoon design. Its engine was located at the rear and supplied power to the rear wheels. The rear engine was mounted in the body of the car and had 4 cylinders, with two valves per cylinder. The motor produced 36 bhp at 5000 rpm and 65 Nm at 3300 rpm. The transmission was a 4-speed manual.
The first Dauphine model was introduced in 1957 and was a saloon. The engine was mounted in the rear and supplied power to the rear wheels. The car's four-cylinder engine was front-mounted and 0.8 liters in capacity. The vehicle had a front-hinged trunk lid, which was also used to house the headlights. It also had a seven-cubic-foot trunk.