The Renault 5 isn't the only iconic nameplate Renault plans to revive for the electric era.

A modern Renault 4 is also in the works, and a prototype has been spotted again, and this time it was caught on video by Car Spy Media.

The original 4, also known as the 4L, was produced for more than 30 years, finally ending in 1994. Available in a variety of body styles, though primarily a four-door hatchback, the 4 is a significant vehicle in Renault's history, just like the 5, so it's no surprise the automaker is resurrecting the nameplate.

The modern 4, which will likely be badged as the 4 E-Tech to signify its electric powertrain, will be a subcompact crossover. The design was previewed at the 2022 Paris auto show with the 4Ever Trophy concept, though the production version's styling has been toned down somewhat from the rugged lines of the concept.

The concept measured 163.8 in length, and the production version should be similar in size, meaning it will be bigger than the 5 E-Tech, which measures 154 inches long, or only slightly longer than a Mini Cooper.

The 4 E-Tech will use the same CMF-B EV platform from the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance found in the 5 E-Tech. Renault has developed a unique version of the platform that the automaker has branded the AmpR Small.

Renault 5 E-Tech buyers will have 40- and 52-kwh battery options, which will be paired with corresponding electric motors delivering 120 and 150 hp. The 4 E-Tech should boast similar options, though dual-motor all-wheel drive may also be available.

Look for the 4 E-Tech to debut late this year or early next. Sales in markets where the French brand operates should follow shortly after, and prices will likely start higher than the promised 25,000 euros (approximately $27,250) the 5 E-Tech will start at when it goes on sale later this year.