From 1967 to 1977 Saviem cooperated with the German MAN . MAN sold in Germany light trucks from Saviem under his own name and used a forward-control - cab of Saviem for its own heavy-duty trucks (types F7 to F9). In return, Saviem was able to sell the medium to heavy hooded wagons from the MAN range under its own name in France.
In 1975 the Renault Group took over the truck and bus division ( Berliet ) from the Michelin Group and transferred Berliet and Saviem to " Renault Véhicules Industriels " (RVI) by 1978 . As a result, “Saviem” and “Berliet” were merged and the products had been called “Renault” since 1979, which made the name “Saviem” disappear.
Saviem truck with the trademark of MAN , under whose name the vehicles were sold in Germany for a while
Henschel front handlebar with fixed cab and ribbed front (1961–1962), marked as SAVIEM-RENAULT
TRM 4000 , the military version of the Saviem SM8 4x4 already as Renault
Saviem ZR20 intercity bus (Autocar)
City bus Saviem SC10 (French standard bus) at RATP Paris, already as Renault