Renault e-Plein Air is the electric version of a sixties classic

The French company created a concept of its iconic beach car for the 10th anniversary of the Renault 4L International Festival.

Renault Classic, the marketing department of the French manufacturer dealing with the preservation of historical Renault vehicles, has created a one of a kind electric version of its famous Renault 4 Plein Air. From the outside it looks like the old cabrio version of the car from 1968 (minus a re-adaptation of the backseat and headlights), a rare convertible elaboration of the original 4. Inside, it’s a fully electric car, powered by the same engine of the Renault Tweezy, the company’s eco-friendly two-seater.

The Renault 4 e-Plein Air, created in collaboration with Renault Design and Melun Retro Passion, wowed the attendants of the 10th edition of the Renault 4L International Festival. Unfortunately, it won’t ever be a commercial vehicle: it was intended simply as  a fun retrofit experiment to celebrate the long history of the legendary Renault 4 model.


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