After the successful 4CV, Renault unveiled the new Dauphine in 1956. Like its predecessor, the Renault Dauphine was a four-door sedan. Dauphine had a roomy interior offering seats for four people. The dashboard layout was uncluttered, with a red and black steering wheel and matching seats. Dauphine presented also some new features, such as the adjustable seats and heating.
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