The Renault Primastella (Type PG8) was an Mid-sizeluxury car or Executive car automobile manufactured between 1932 to 1935 by Renault.
The Primastella was released in 1932 with a 6 cylinders 16CV engine, derived from that of the Renault Vivastella but with a slightly smaller cylinder bore. The Primastella "Type PG8" was produced until 1933.
At the 27th Paris Motor Show, in October 1933, the Primastella "Type PG10" appeared. It featured Renault's "aérodynamique" body style, most readily distinguishable by a sloping tail in place of the very vertical one of the earlier Primastella PG8. It was the manufacturer's intention to provide new "aérodynamique" bodies across their range, and this they achieved by the middle of 1934, but the Primastella and the larger cars were already sporting this new look before the end of 1933.
- Speed: 130 km/h
- Power: 65HP (16 CV), 85HP (16CV)
- Brakes: with cables on drums AV and AR
- Battery: 6 V