The classic Renault 4 is making a comeback from Renault, upgraded and improved but still reflecting the vehicle that transformed the family hatchback.
It's anticipated that the Renault 4 will be a compact crossover or SUV. It will enter production by 2025 as a companion car to the Renault 5, a tiny electric hatchback with a nostalgic aesthetic. By 2025, Renault plans to sell 10 electric vehicles, seven of which will bear the Renault emblem and three of which will be the more aggressive Alpine variants.
The Renault 4 was a front-wheel-drive, five-door hatchback with enough of ground clearance for country roads that was manufactured from the early 1960s through the early 1990s. It was a success with more than eight million were sold.
On October 17, the Renault 4 will make its premiere at the Paris Motor Show.