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25 V6 Turbo

25 V6 Turbo (France, 1988)

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The Renault 25 was a French-style executive model with classic and spacious styling and a number of technological innovations.

The vehicle was unveiled in December 1983. With 5 doors, a unitized steel body and plunging hood, it was a blend of performance, agility and lightness, weighing 1,100 kg – about the same as today’s Clio.
Headed by Gaston Juchet, the designers came up with this aerodynamic model. The interior, designed by Marcello Gandini, was very modern for the time.

The 25 was a luxury car with a spacious cabin and dashboard open to all passengers, favoring neither driver nor passenger but all occupants. The 25 came with innovative electronics equipment – fuel gauge, onboard computer and permanent outside temperature display. It also featured an electronically controlled engine: the all-new fuel-injected V6 with a capacity of 2,849 cm3, fitted from 1987.

The Renault 25 was launched in 9 versions, with a combination of 5 engines, 2 transmissions and 3 trim levels and was rapidly expanded to further combinations.

The V6 Turbo was launched in 1985. Its front end was particularly distinctive, with its off-center Renault diamond. The Limousine version was launched in the same year, then replaced in 1989 by the Renault 25 Baccara.

Renault face-lifted the 25 in 1988 to boost sales. The body structure was modernized, gaining a more sophisticated grille with rounder lines, new-look headlights and a restyled rear.

The Renault 25 proved a huge success, becoming the 5th best-selling car in France, selling a total of 780,776 units until production ceased in May 1992.



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