Renault Dauphine (1962)
Vehicle descriptionONLY AS STATIC The Renault Dauphine is a rear-engine economy car manufactured from 1956 until 1967 with over two million units sold worldwide. Along with such cars as the Volkswagen Beetle, Morris Minor and Fiat 500, the Dauphine pioneered the modern European economy car. Renault marketed variants of the Dauphine including a sport model, the Gordini, a luxury version, the Ondine, the 1093 factory racing model and the Caravelle/Floride, a Dauphine-based two-door convertible. Renault manufactured the Dauphine at its Flins factory with a car leaving the assembly line every 20-30 seconds and with engines supplied from the company's headquarters factory in Billancourt, Paris which could produce an engine every 28 seconds.