Finding it fortunes on comfortable and convention family vehicles, the largest French car-marker Renault introduced the two-box Ludo. The Ludo featured a very adaptable interior with foldable removable seats and a huge interior volume. Renault wanted to continue to appeal to the small town drivers that preferred a small vehicle. The Ludo was meant to be a small car-friendly, compact and very habitable vehicle with both versatility and compatibility.
The sprightly Ludo was introduced as the successor to the Citron 2CV and Renault 4 and was offered as a modern approach to providing maximum space for passengers with supplying a very compact vehicle. The tiny 4-door is constructed almost entirely of aluminum and has an engine fueled by liquefied natural gas that is matched to an automatic transmission. The Renault Ludo also features an onboard navigation system.
The Ludo was constructed to be extremely versatile while also being very easy to use, and hinted at the future of later Renault concepts. The Ludo featured a fully opening side. The hinged door on the driver's side meets, right side, with two doors up in the middle, without allowing lateral loading bulky dobjets, like a bicycle. The front passenger seat is folding and can release to supply a continuous loading surface from front to back.
Unprecedented compactness and habitability was featured in the design of the windows and interior features of the Ludo, complete with an electric sunroof canvas.
The LPG engine catalyzed a new generation that combined respect for the environment and performance in the Ludo as LPG fuel is among the most active environmental concerns. The inability to stall and gear shift smoothly with the transmission clutch driven Ludo is a fantastic feature. The Ludo is a small town young and friendly vehicle.By Jessica Donaldson