How can low-emission vehicles contribute to the French energy transition and the national low-carbon strategy? What are the benefits for the economy, and under what conditions? How can France and its territories improve air quality? In order to discuss these questions, the project “En route pour un transport durable” brought together industry and civil society. Renault was among those representing the automotive industry to provide a valuable expertise on technological aspects. The work has helped quantify the likely impact on the French economy of the transition towards more energy-efficient light-duty vehicles, principally fuelled by electricity from renewable energies and by hydrogen.
For the first time Renault and The Mobility House allow their drivers to take financial advantage of a dynamic electricity tariff and gives the reducing costs and earn money with electric vehicles in the grid by automatically charging vehicles at lowest electricity cost. A bright future for all Renault Zero Emission vehicle drivers.
Without a doubt, 2015 is a pivotal year for Renault in China. Renault Captur made a much-applauded début appearance at the Beijing Motor Show just six months ago, and its big brother Kadjar is now set to wow the Chinese public at the 13th Guangzhou Motor Show.
COP21: 3 questions for Laurence Tubiana, French Ambassador for the International Climate Negotiations
We met with Laurence Tubiana, a worldwide expert on climate change, who was appointed "Special Representative for COP21" by Laurent Fabius in May 2014. We asked her three questions on the climate change negotiations and what she expects from a group like Renault-Nissan.
Spain has long held strategic industrial importance for Groupe Renault, which has four Spanish production facilities, in Valladolid, Sevilla and Palencia (Mégane, Kadjar). From 2014 to 2016, Renault will be investing €600 million to upgrade its plant here and meet the most demanding quality requirements.
November 6th, 2015, a Dacia british customer received from our SVP Sales & Marketing for Europe the keys of 3 500 000th Dacia sold in Europe and Mediterranean basin since the renewal of the brand in 2004. Let's take a look back at the latest 10 years of success.
Looking at a Renault 5 GT Turbo today, it’s hard to believe the model dates back 30 years. And the disbelief only intensifies when you’re behind the wheel. But it’s true enough: though the Renault Sport name had not yet been coined, the genetic material for Renault’s future sports line was already taking shape back in the eighties
Only a few weeks to go, before kicking off the COP21 conference, taking place from 30 November to 11 December in Paris, the Renault teams are fully mobilized as official partner. 200 employees are currently trained to drive a fleet of 200 all-electric vehicles to shuttle 20,000 delegates. We have met with Claire Martin - Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility – to better understand the importance of involving employees in our partnership.
Having won the teams’ title in the inaugural FIA Formula E Championship, Renault e.dams returns for its second campaign in 2015/16 with one goal: to secure both the teams’ and drivers’ titles, celebrating their renewed partnership with Renault who, this year, have supplied the all-new electric powertrain that has been designed exclusively for the team by Renault Sport F1.
Jean Ragnotti turns 70 this year. One of Renault’s most eminent faces in motorsports, Ragnotti is known as “the Acrobat”. Between the 1960s and the 1990s, he drove celebrated Renault vehicles in a wide range of rally and track events. This story looks at the highlights of his career.