The Pete Best of subcompacts stands up and shouts without words in this oddball German clip. We can safely say that the Le Car has seen a million faces, but has it truly rocked them all? You make the call. Sorry about the muffly sound quality. Now let us see your lighters out there!
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AFAIK the Renault 5 Mk. 2 pictured here was never sold as "Le Car." US-bound R5 Mk. 1s got the Le Car sticker, at the port of entry I'm guessing (since I owned a car that had been personally imported by a visiting Frenchman and didn't get the sticker).
Canadians could get a label in the same font that read "La Cinq," so naturally I got one and put it on my car. Along with the "R5 Gordini" badge on the rear.
Those were the days!