Renault R 30

The Renault R30 was the first passenger car, the French automobile manufacturer Renault endowed after the Second World War with a six cylinder engine. In 1975, based in the upper middle class sedan hatchback Renault R 30 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show for the first time to the public. With a displacement of 2.7 liters, the V6 engine produced (also called " Euro engine") of the first Renault R 30 131 hp, then 126 hp 1976 and 128 hp. 1979 extended the Renault engine range of R 30 to a 143-hp 2.7 liter injection, 1981 followed by a 2.1-liter four-cylinder turbo diesel that delivers 85 bhp. In 1984 the production of the Renault R 30 was set as a result of the R25 model came on the market. From 1975 to 1984 a total of 145,000 Renault R 30 were produced in the French Sandouville plant, which came almost 18,000 units in Germany.