🔍 partially reviewed


1933 - 1938

🗃 Mid-Size Luxury

The word "sport" in the car's name reflected the application of a familiar formula whereby the engine from a larger model - in this case the Renault Vivastella - was combined with a body from the shorter Renault Primastella.[1] Performance was correspondingly brisker than that of either the Vivastella or the Primastella, with a top speed of 125 km/h (77 mph) listed for a typically bodied version of the car in 1933.[1]
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