The Renault 5 was presented on 28th January 1972. It was the first incursion of the brand into the market of compact road cars. Inaugurating a more modern aesthetic and new ideas such as polyester bumpers that proved very useful in town, the car had two versions: The L and the TL. It was produced in the factories of Flins and Valladolid in Spain. Weighing in at only 780 kilos, it measured only 3,51 meters, and its name is derived from its tax horsepower. The Renault 5 would have a long and profitable life, selling 5 580 000 cars until the appearance of the Supercing in 1984.
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