Round six of the 2016/2017 FIA Formula E Championship in Paris saw Sébastien Buemi secure the top prize for Renault-e.dams. His victory sparked an emotional rendition of La Marseillaise in the city’s Hôtel des Invalides district to conclude what turned out to be a popular advertisement for electric motoring in the French capital.
With the fleet including two Renault ZOE’s, the EVRT Team included 11 environmental enthusiasts who set off on a road trip in Europe to create awareness about energy, sustainability and a cleaner future. The adventure started in central London at the ‘E-Mobility Conference’ on April 25th with visits to Bordeaux, Madrid, Montpellier, Turin, Padova, Zagreb, Munich, Berlin, Tilburg and Paris along the way, finishing with the second “E-Mobility Conference” in Paris on 10th May. Since Global EVRT's establishment in 2015, they obviously have had many stories along the way to share!
The Cannes Film Festival makes the perfect setting for Renault’s brand new top-end shuttle, on duty for carrying the stars up to the famous red carpet. For an insider glimpse of the ins and outs of a star-studded schedule, climb aboard alongside one of our official drivers as he takes two star influencers round.
Electric vehicles' range, which is still regarded as an obstacle to sales, is the subject of various research projects. But if you could charge your battery while driving ? No more being forced to stop to recharge the batteries.
On Saturday, May 20, Renault-e.dams will take part in France’s round of the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship. The Paris ePrix visits the city’s Hôtel des Invalides district and the defending champions’ drivers took turns on the team’s simulator to prepare for the race.
Cannes, with its film stars, the famous red carpet, and Trafic SpaceClass: what a show! Renault’s making the most of the festival to reveal its brand new upmarket shuttle, for business and private customers.
Since its introduction back in 2011, DRS has become every Formula 1 driver’s best friend… not to mention a welcome addition for spectators, in so much as it considerably assists overtaking during grands prix.
Under its Safety & Mobility for All programme, Groupe Renault works with public administrations and local governments to run many international projects on road safety. For UN Global Road Safety Week, we take a look at some of the initiatives addressing kids around the world.
Launched in 2013, Captur is the first crossover in the Renault range. Urban crossover, Captur leads its segment in Europe. Christophe Péjout, Deputy Program Director and involved in the Captur adventure since the very start, shares his insights on why the car has proved such a success.
As a leading automaker, Renault is committed to the cause of safer roads, pursued both through vehicle equipment and prevention campaigns addressing the general public. For UN Global Road Safety Week, Renault takes you through some of the basic reflexes behind safe driving practice.