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1996 Renault Sport Spider

Approximately 1,800 examples were built. The 930 kg vehicle came equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine developing 148 horsepower and backed by a manual transmission. The minimalistic vehicle was built for speed and low weight, with the interior continuing this trend with a single large RPM gauge flanked on either side by a single gauge.
By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2020

Concepts by Renault



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#1#2#3Renault
2001Jeep (455,417)Ferrari (792)
2000Ford (965,029)Pontiac (573,805)Chevrolet (547,294)
1999Ford (918,040)Honda (733,878)Chevrolet (609,100)
1998Ford (878,405)Honda (751,032)Chevrolet (561,218)
1997Ford (913,440)Honda (722,431)Chevrolet (650,820)
1996Ford (1,036,048)Honda (680,711)Pontiac (541,844)
1995Ford (1,012,818)Chevrolet (665,955)Honda (643,336)
1994Ford (1,220,512)Chevrolet (651,647)Honda (650,105)
1993Ford (1,026,338)Chevrolet (692,116)Honda (608,149)
1992Ford (922,488)Honda (648,745)Chevrolet (647,227)
1991Honda (659,659)Oldsmobile (474,837)Nissan (405,147)

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