Louis Renault
Legends June 13, 2016

Filed in Legends, Store Items by on June 13, 2016

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Louis Renault was the last of five children, but the first one interested in all things mechanical. Born in 1877 to a family of Paris merchants, electricity and engines were his passion and, during a time of technological changes, he was on the cutting edge. By the time he turned 20, he had converted his De Dion-Bouton tricycle into a small, four-wheeled vehicle. The “direct drive” followed, the first gearbox that eliminated the transmission chains and cogs that had been used until then.

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