The Shanghai Motor Show is now the biggest motor show in Asia, ahead of Tokyo’s. This 15th edition (it is held every other year, alternating with Beijing) welcomes 2,000 exhibitors.
Renault is still a minor player in this huge market of more than 18.3 million vehicles in 2012 but is willing to continue its growth and become better known in China. Quick example: the brand is forging ahead with the expansion of its dealer network, which will grow from 95 outlets in 2012 to 170 in 2014.
A view of the Renault stand during the press conference
New Fluence for the Chinese market is manufactured in Busan (South Korea)
New Fluence features a redesigned front end and restyled interior
Koleos is a best seller for Renault in China
Visitors can have a closer look at Twizy, the zero emission in use mobility solution
A real treat for photographers: the Alpine A110-50 concept
Credits: Olivier Martin Gambier