The Renault Vivaquatre was a series of mid-size cars introduced in 1932. The Vivaquatre was Renault's largest four cylinder car at the time, and was offered and a variety of sedan body styles. Over the course of its production, the Vivaquatre was fitted with two inline four engines. Initially a 2120cc unit was fitted but for 1934, displacement was increased, and a 2383cc unit was used. Production of the Renault Vivaquatre lasted until 1939.