Renault Type AH/Type AM
The Type Type AH and AM were two cars to medium-low produced between 1905 and 1909 by the French manufacturer Renault. The CQ Type and Type DM were the heirs of the first two, and were produced between 1911 and 1914.
Type the AM and AH were born as heirs of Renault Type N, a car that in 1903, the year in which it was produced, it was available with either a 2.5-liter engine that with the smaller 1.3-liter engine. The Type AH and AM picked up the baton of both engines, and proposed two models of mid-range equipped with a 4-cylinder in-line 2120cc capable of developing 10hp, for the truth even then rather small, but rich of torque. The intent of the Type AH and AM was to propose a model along the lines of the most luxurious coupe de ville at the time, but much cheaper version. This resulted in more modest performance and then a smaller car body. The Type AH and AM were produced until 1909. Starting from 1911 there was a return of the French House with a new proposal: the Type AH and AM changed their name to the Type CQ and DM. Compared to previous models was used a new frame, by step increased to 3 meters, which allowed him to increase the size and allow more interior space. The engine, however, was the same 2.1-liter 4-cylinder engine. Also unchanged was the body with which these models were proposed. LeType CQ and DM were produced until 1914.