Renault Floride

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renault floride

The production of the Renault Floride was started in 1959 and at that time it was a car with an instant appeal. It came in attractive and charming colors and was designed by Italy’s Ghia and Frua who gave it a sophisticated look. It was driven by a number of stars of the day. At first, it was presented for sale as a Dauphine GT. At the time of its release, it was presented in 3 body styes: coupé, cabriolet and convertible (cabriolet with a hard top).

The earlier versions of the Foride had a 845 cc engine but later on the models got a more powerful 956 cc engine. For the first time, all of the four wheels had disc brakes on them. It is interesting to note that the body style was also changed and the coupe gained a longer roof and a straighter rear window. Caravelle is said to be the twin sister of Floride and also its successor in 1963.

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