After the unveil of the Talisman saloon in July, discover now the very first pictures of our new large estate car which will surprise you by an unprecedented level of driving enjoyment!
Earlier this year we deployed a new brand universe. At this occasion, we decided to look back at 117 years of logos and brand identity that have changed our company with its times.
Thinking about driving in France at the wheel of an electric vehicle this summer? Here’s are some ideas to help you plan your vacation.
High temperatures. Busy roads. Here are four tips to help you stay safe on the road this summer.
Up to the early seventies, the French market for small cars was pretty much split between the Renault 4 and the 2CV from Citroën. In 1967, Pierre Dreyfus (Renault boss from 1955 to 1975) asked his engineers to come up with a small car addressing the broadest possible spectrum of the population. The mission was expressed in terms resembling an incantation. The new car should be a“voiture à vivre”: “a car for all seasons, for holidays and for work, for weekdays and for weekends, for town and for country”. When it appeared in 1972, the Renault 5 met these high expectations, proving hugely successful with its innovative design and a sense of practicality unheard of at the time.
As a result of human activities, an excess amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is steadily warming the planet. It is a phenomenon that is driving climate disruption and has economic and social consequences that affect each and every one of us. We met with Jean-Philippe Hermine, Director for the strategy and environmental plan of the Renault Group, to find out more about the strategy we are implementing to reduce our carbon footprint.
The extreme heat and long drives of summer can be tough on your car. Here are some simple precautions to take before hitting the road.
Renault's Estafette van is as characteristically French as the baguette and the beret. No picture of France in the sixties or seventies is complete without it. One of its many functions was as a police van, and French people of a certain age will still refer to the Estafette as a humorous synonym for the Gendarmerie.
The RENAULT Group presented H1 Financial results on 30 July 2015, and we wanted to take this opportunity to ask five questions to our VP Finance Head of Investor Relations to have a "digest" feedback for our blog readers.
With the recent incursion of Renault models in Canada, rumours are running wild as to a stateside comeback. So let's take a look back at a time when Renault really was part of the American dream: let's talk about Floride.