All sources seem to contradict on numbers. As always, many publications just copy facts from previous ones. The fact that there where 2 bombings in 1942 and 1943 which are claimed to have wipped out the archives are one part of the story. The other part is of course the forced production by the Germans. As all numbers in a war, everything is an estimate, and subject of who's side your on. Every French Renault worker wil have tried to keep the number as low as possible, but the Germans had Renault in their power grab. The tread of dismanteling and deportation was real. The Billancourt factories and the AHN design where state of the art, and Renault had his governement pressing him in the 1933-1940 period to be able to make as many as possible. The German's of course put it to use of their war effort.
This table on top is a cumulation of the numbers, sources known are below that.
François Vauvillier's book "l'automobile sous l'uniforme" indicates that:
About 28.000 Renault trucks have been produced for the Germans during the occupation (AHS, AHN, AHR, AGC, ADK, ADH etc.).
About 23.000 Renault AHS trucks were used by the Germans (booty and new produced ones).
From 1941 to 1944, 4000 Renault AHN and 2000 Renault AHR were produced for the German army.
In 1943, 704 AGC3 were deliverd.
1939 920200 980700 1940 980700 1008300 1941 1008300 1027400 1942 1027400 1036000
Renault AHS 1941-1944 2.0 ca. 23,000
Renault AHN 1941-1944 3.5 ca. 4,000
Renault AHR 1941-1944 5.0 ca. 2,000
The History article Has a table with specifications and production numbers.