RENAULT mod. AG-Fiacre Paris

(Francia 1910)

As shown by its name, this model was built as a Parisian taxi. It earned its moment of glory as well as a nickname the taxi of the Marne on 6 September1914 when a thousand were requisitioned by General Gallieni, commandant of the garrison in Paris besieged by the German army led by Field-Marshal Von Kluck, to carry two regiments to the front and take part in the battle that saved the capital and France.

Engine: 2 cilindri
Capacity: 1206 cc
Max power output: 7 CV a 1800 giri/min.
Max speed: 65 km/h
Weight: 870 kg