Renault was founded in 1898 by the brothers Louis, Marcel and Fernand Renault. While Marcel and Fernand were responsible for the management, it was Louis who was responsible for the engineering. He managed to produce several cars incorporating his own inventions two years prior to founding the company. From its very first years Renault has a strong reputation for innovation and has participated in all major racing competitions with major wins. In 1899 the company launched the first sedan car in production. It incorporated several techniques for mass production in 1905 including the Taylorism in 1913. During WWI the company produced tanks, which were deemed to have a major contribution to the successful outcome of the war for the Allies. In 1925 Renault introduced its diamond-shaped logo. It was the 40CV model, which wore it for the first time. This model won the Monte Carlo rally and set a number of records: a world record with 3,384.74 km covered in 24 hours at an average speed of 141.03 kph; a lap record of 178.475 kph in 1925 as well as a record for fuel economy. After WWII in 1945 the company was nationalized and became Régie Nationale des Usines Renault (RNUR). During the period between 1945-1975 it continued to expand and introduce new lines and models. One of its most successful cars from that period was the first small car, affordable by everyone - the 4CV, which was followed by Renault 4 in 1961 and Renault 5 in 1972, which was a major success. The company also launched in 1965 an upmarket car - the Renault 16 model, which is also the world's first production hatchback. This trend for upmarket models continued during the 1980s with Renault 25 and Espace in 1984, which is Europe's first multi-purpose vehicle (MPV). The most successful 1990s models of Renault are the Clio (Europe's Car of the year for 1990, which is created as a replacement of Renault 5), Laguna in 1993 (made to replace Renault 21), Mégane in 1995 (made to replace Renault 19). In 1996 Renault was privatized. In 1999 it acquired 36.8% of Nissan and bought Samsung Motors and Dacia. At present Renault is the eleventh largest manufacturer of cars and LCVs in the world (OICA, 2009) and its current portfolio includes the Clio (supermini cars), Espace (large MPVs), Fluence (four-door saloons), Kangoo (panel vans), Koleos (four-door SUVs), Laguna (liftbacks, estates, coupes), Mégane (saloons, hatchbacks, coupes, convertibles, estates), Modus (mini MPVs), Scénic (compact MPVs), Twingo (hatchbacks). Specific technical data for various Renault car models may be checked out after clicking on the model names provided below.
Renault Twingo
modelyearenginepowertorquespeedlengthwidthheight
Twingo 1993~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)43 kW (59 ps)-149 km/h3433.00 mm1630.00 mm1423.00 mm
Twingo 1993~ 1.2 l (1239 cc)41 kW (56 ps)89 Nm (65 ft-lb)149 km/h3433.00 mm1630.00 mm1423.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 2004~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)44 kW (60 ps)92 Nm (67 ft-lb)151 km/h3433.00 mm1630.00 mm1423.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16v 2004~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)44 kW (60 ps)100 Nm (73 ft-lb)156 km/h3433.00 mm1630.00 mm1423.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16v 2004~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)104 Nm (76 ft-lb)167 km/h3433.00 mm1630.00 mm1423.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16v 2007~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)108 Nm (79 ft-lb)171 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 2007~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)44 kW (60 ps)92 Nm (67 ft-lb)154 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.5 dCi 2007~ 1.5 l (1461 cc)48 kW (66 ps)160 Nm (118 ft-lb)165 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16v Automated Manual 2007~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)108 Nm (79 ft-lb)172 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo GT 2007~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)74 kW (101 ps)145 Nm (106 ft-lb)188 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo dCi 85 eco2 2008~ 1.5 l (1461 cc)63 kW (86 ps)201 Nm (148 ft-lb)179 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 LEV 16V eco2 2008~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)108 Nm (79 ft-lb)171 km/h3599.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo Renaultsport 133 2008~ 1.6 l (1598 cc)98 kW (134 ps)160 Nm (118 ft-lb)200 km/h3607.00 mm1689.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16V 75 2011~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)108 Nm (79 ft-lb)171 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16V 75 Quickshift 2011~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)108 Nm (79 ft-lb)172 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.2 16V 75 2011~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)55 kW (75 ps)108 Nm (79 ft-lb)171 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo dCi 75 2011~ 1.5 l (1461 cc)55 kW (75 ps)179 Nm (132 ft-lb)171 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo 1.6 16V RenaultSport 2011~ 1.6 l (1598 cc)98 kW (134 ps)160 Nm (118 ft-lb)200 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo dCi 85 2011~ 1.5 l (1461 cc)63 kW (86 ps)201 Nm (148 ft-lb)186 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
Twingo TCe 100 2011~ 1.1 l (1149 cc)74 kW (101 ps)156 Nm (115 ft-lb)188 km/h3686.00 mm1654.00 mm1469.00 mm
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