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Renault Type Y

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Renault Type Y

Renault Type Y
Manufacturer Renault
Production 1905-1906
Designer Louis Renault
Body and chassis
Class Medium family car
Body style 4-seat car
Related Renault Voiturette
Engine FR I2
Transmission Manual, 3-gear
Length 3,400mm
Width 1,550mm
Predecessor Renault Voiturette

The Renault Type Y was an automobile produced between 1905 and 1906 by Renault.
It is believed that the mechanical structure and design came out as an evolution to that of the Renault Voiturette as is very similar to the Type C, D and E Voiturettes.

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