Khodrocar_Louis had already designed and built many prototypes while his brothers were improving their business skills working for their Father’s textile firm. It worked perfectly, Louis was in charge of the design and production while the other two brothers managed the business.
The first ever Renault car was the Renault Voiturette 1CV. It was sold to a friend of their fathers in 1898.
In 1903 Renault started to manufacture its own engines, as before they had purchased them from De Dion-Bouton. Their first volume sale came in 1905 when Societe des Automobiles de Place bought Renault AG1 cars. This was to establish a fleet of taxis and were later used to transport troops during World War One by the French military. By 1907, a percentage of London and Paris taxis had been built by Renault. They were also the best-selling foreign brand in New York during 1907 and 1908. At the time, however, Renault vehicles were known as luxury items. The smallest Renaults were on sale for F3000 francs. This was about ten years pay for the average worker. In 1905, they introduced mass-production techniques.
Renault ventured into motor racing around this time, and made itself known through succeeding in the first city-to-city races in Switzerland. Both Louis and Marcel raced, but Marcel was killed in an accident during the 1903 Paris-Madrid race. Louis never raced again, but the company remained involved in racing.
By 1909, Louis was the only remaining brother after Fernand died from ill health. Renault was soon re-named Renault Automobile Company.
After the introduction of the Primaquatre model after the 6-cylinder in 1937, Renault was able to gain the heart of the French market and to achieve many successes at that time in terms of sales. Renault in 1965, again designing and manufacturing another popular product in the Class Vagon Class, "Renault 16", once again fell short on the tongues.
With the introduction of Renault cars, this time it was time to enter the new arena of light commercial vehicles that Renault introduced the Estafette model in response to the need for merchants and traders in 1959. The interesting thing about the car was that Renault had the blue, orange, and yellow options to take away space and the look of other soulless commercial vehicles.
Renault, which had already won world-class family cars and world-renowned cars, this time in 1961, launched a super-minivan economy car called Renault 4. The car was very convenient to carry, because the rear bumper was easier than other cars, and the door was opened in such a way that the owner could easily shift the load. This was the introduction to Renault's introduction of Hatchback cars.
Renault was gradually evolving and more developed every year than ever before. This trend of development can also be seen in the evolution of Renault's automotive classes. In 1964, two Renault Performance Covers, including "4CV" and "Dauphine", gleamed at the Monte Carlo Rally, and after that, Renault decided to launch more powerful cars that would be for young people. The Gordini series is the most spectacular Renault product in the 60's that was released in standard and professional versions with two different price ranges, and soon reached the sales of 11,000 and 600 units.
Undoubtedly, to the entry of high-end class cars into the market and the global success of these cars, Renault has a lot to say about delivering diverse products in different classes of cars, and the latest Renault vogue in the class coupe and Avantime model year 1999 is dedicated.
Nowadays, Renault has set up a factory after 120 years of production of its first car of history in many countries and is a prestigious French brand in the field of automobile manufacturing, which has always had a lot to say at international auto exhibitions.