Renault became a premium partner to the French Open in 2022. For the 2023 edition, taking place from 22 May to 11 June, the brand’s style and logo will leave their mark on the tournament. The Renault logo, for example, will be visible on the nets of the five main courts (Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen, Simonne-Mathieu and courts no.7 and 14). The partnership has been bolstered in 2023 with new initiatives and is the perfect opportunity for both brands to promote their shared ambition of flying the flag for France all over the world.

The Renault 5 Prototype turned heads with its zesty vibrant yellow bodywork in 2021 and is bound to will continue causing to cause a stir. As part of Renault’s partnership with the French Open, Renault 5 Prototype has been kitted out in a metallic satin-white finish. The retro-futuristic car also incorporates visual tributes to the Roland-Garros stadium, such as the emblematic Saint Andrew’s cross on the lateral grilles, and the backlit Roland-Garros logo that takes pride of place where the iconic number 5 was previously located.

For a touch of casual yet chic elegance, the window contours are adorned with chrome satin and the rims in anodised blue. The new take on the Renault 5 Prototype is a special French Open version and preview of the future production model set to be unveiled in 2024.