Renault unveils emblem for successor to famous 4L model

Renault unveils emblem for successor to famous 4L model

April 8, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

In 2021, Renault celebrates the anniversary of the Renault 4L, a true success story, with more than 8 million vehicles sold in over 100 countries in 30 years. To mark the occasion, the automaker intends to launch a compact crossover that will be the successor to the model.

Renault has patented a new emblem for the future electric compact crossover, which will be the ideological successor to the famous classic 4L model. This became known to the edition from the report of Auto Express.

Recall that we announced the company’s intention to release a compact electric crossover with a revived name at the beginning of 202. Then the head of the French brand Luca de Meo said that the company is considering the possibility of using the names of its classic cars on new electric models, which were bestsellers in the middle and end of the last century.

The classic Renault 4, sold in some markets under the name 4L, was produced between 1961 and 1994. The model, which was produced in almost 30 countries and sold in more than 100 markets around the world, is considered the most massive French car in history. In almost 30 years, these machines have sold over 8 million copies. Within the framework of the 60th anniversary, a program with online meetings is provided, which will be held on social networks on the 4th and 14th of each month. It will include exclusive fan-generated content for the model’s fans, including interviews with collectors and celebrities. All this will help to return to the history of a car that did much more for its era than any other model.

It is expected that we will see the successor to the legendary SUV model at the beginning in 2023 or 2024, but only as a concept car, and then the production car will be presented. In the meantime, we can only judge about the new product by the logo, which is made in the spirit of the emblem of the new concept car Renault 5 Prototype, which, in turn, is called the successor of the Renault 5 (R5) model, produced from 1972 to 1996.