Trade Renault

and Renault Dauphine (pronounced [déjà fin] is an economy car with a rear engine manufactured by Renault in one body style – three-square, 4-door sedan – successor to the Renault 4CV; More than two million were manufactured during its production from 1956 to 1967. along with cars such as Citroën 2CV, Volkswagen Beetle, Morris Minor, Mini and Fiat 600, Dauphin leading in modern European economy car. Renault has expanded many variants of Dauphine, including a luxury version, a Renault Ondin, sports versions called Dauphin Gordini and Ondin Gordini, factory racing model 1093, Caraville/Floride, a two-door coupe built on Dauphin and Two Convertible Babin. succeeding Luis Renault, president of Renault, Pierre Lefaucheux continued to challenge the French post-war ministry of industrial production – which wanted to convert Renault only to manufacture trucks. Levucho sees instead Ron Renault's survival in cars and a significant success with the 4CV, with over 500,000 produced by 1954.