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Wednesday 01 February 2017 by Maxime Cannesson - Art & Lifestyle

Trailblazing TreZor, Most Beautiful Concept Car of the Year

Following on from its world première appearance at the Paris Motor Show in the autumn, Renault’s TreZor won the Most Beautiful Concept Car of the Year award at the International Automobile Festival in Paris, confirming the appeal and efficacy of the Groupe Renault design strategy. The TreZor concept foreshadows some of the stylistic and technological developments that we’ll be seeing in Renault models to come.

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Tuesday 12 May 2015 by Groupe Renault - Art & Lifestyle

2015 Cannes Film Festival: take part in our Instagram contest !

This year sees a brand new model —New Espace— as official car for the Cannes Film Festival, which runs from 13 to 24 May 2015. Its duties will include taking silver-screen stars, directors and other celebrities up to the famous Festival Palace staircase. To coincide with this major event, Renault is launching a contest on the @Renault_Live Instagram account!

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Tuesday 20 January 2015 by Groupe Renault - Art & Lifestyle

Win cinema tickets to see French film "Maman ou Papa", with Renault ZOE

Maman ou Papa, a French film by Martin Bourboulon starring Marina Foïs and Laurent Lafitte, is out on 4 February. The electric Renault ZOE is the lead vehicle in the film; it belongs to Marina Foïs, who plays the role of an engineer specializing in renewable energies. To coincide with release of the new film, Renault is offering ten prizes of two tickets to see Maman ou Papa.

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Friday 07 November 2014 by Groupe Renault - Art & Lifestyle

Les Constructeurs by Fernand Léger, exhibited at Renault Flins plant

From November 3 to 7, 2014, the Fernand Leger national museum will feature one of its masterpieces at the Renault Flins plant: Les Constructeurs, definitive version by Fernand Leger (1881-1955). The Renault factory employees will get to enjoy this painting thanks to the L’Entreprise à l’oeuvre project, organized by the French Culture and Communication Ministry, in cooperation with 5 French companies.

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