Is there a car called Fuego?

Is there a car called Fuego?

The Renault Fuego (Fire in Spanish) is a sport hatchback that was manufactured and marketed by Renault from 1980 to 1986, replacing the Renault 15 and 17 coupés of the 1970s….

Renault Fuego
Renault Fuego Turbo
Manufacturer Renault
Production 1980–1986 (Europe) 1982–1992 (South America)

Who designed the Renault Fuego?

That’s about 85%! The Fuego was designed on the outside by Michael Jardin, and on the inside by Francois Lampreia. Boss were working under a man named Robert Opron, who had previously worked on projects such as the Renault 25, Citroen SM, Citroen CX, and Citroen GS.

What is a Renault Alliance?

The Renault Alliance is a front-wheel drive, front-engine subcompact automobile manufactured and marketed in North America by American Motors Corporation (AMC) for model years 1983–1987. The Alliance and Encore derived from AMC’s 1979 partnership with Renault, which held controlling stake in AMC.

What brands do Renault own?

Groupe Renault is an international company with French roots and a history stretching back more than 115 years. Present in 128 countries, we design, manufacture and market private and commercial vehicles sold under five brand names worldwide: Renault, Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine & Lada.

What are the smallest cars?

Peel P50

Peel P50. Just 54 inches long and 41 inches wide, the Peel P50 has held the Guinness World Records’ title of smallest car for more than 50 years. A city car to its core, it was designed for one person, one shopping bag and has just one wiper and headlight.

What is an exo car?

Here, an exo car’s wheel’s are positioned outside of the frame or uni-body, not unlike what you’d find on an open-wheeled race car. And its structure is a cross between that race car and just about every body-on-frame sedan on the 405 Freeway.

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