The Renault 8 Gordini was a legend, and the 12 had the difficult task of succeeding it. At the time the car shocked many, as it was the first true sports cars to be equipped with a traction and not a propulsion system. The genetic patrimony of the car was conserved with its famous white stripes, a relic of the years of Amédée Gordini. To shed some surplus weight, its bumpers and luxury items on the inside were removed. The 1.6L engine was equipped with a hemispherical breech and two carburetors. Pushing 113 hp, it had a particular engine noise to it, worthy of an Alpine A110.
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