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Renault Type MT

Renault MT
Overview
Manufacturer Renault
Also called Renault Type MT
Production 1923-1925
Assembly Billancourt, France
Designer Louis Renault
Body and chassis
Class compact sport car
Body style 2-door torpedo
Layout FR layout
Related Renault KJ
Powertrain
Engine 951 cc straight-4, 6CV, 15HP
Transmission 3-speed manual
Dimensions
Length
Width
Curb weight
Chronology
Predecessor None
Successor Renault NN

The Renault MT was a compact sport automobile manufactured by Renault from 1923 to 1925.

Details and Evolutions

The Renault MT was presented in the 1923's Mondial de l'Automobile, in Paris, the project was created and design by Labourdette and Louis Renault in joint with the Renault KJ, like a car of medium social class with an alternative style by 3 passengers, body type Skiff or boat tail, the Renault MT was very looked in at the front to the Renault KJ, in 1924 Renault ceased the production of this model by the Renault NN.

Types

  • MT

Characteristics

  • Speed:
  • Power: 15HP (6CV)
1925 Renault MT Truck modified after market
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