Groupe Renault is introducing a new generation of petrol and diesel engines on Talisman - sedan and estate - and Espace. More powerful and enjoyable to drive, these new engines are equipped with emission control technologies and comply with the latest European anti-pollution standards (Euro6):
Starting this Thursday, the Paris Motor Show (October 4th-14th) will see Groupe Renault dressed to the nines! Mobility of the future and innovative experiences come together in a friendly and lively atmosphere. Reporting from inside the event!
Revealed on the Renault booth at the Paris Motor Show 2018, New Kadjar stands out with a new, more assertive look and a more modern and comfortable interior. It is part of a complete range of crossovers with Captur and Koleos, embodying the ambitions of the #DrivetheFuture plan: global sales, Alliance synergies, partnership with Daimler. Overview.
“Sustainable mobility for all, now and in the future” is Groupe Renault’s credo. In the future, mobility will be electric, connected, autonomous and shared. And that includes deliveries, especially in the “last mile”. To get there, it will be essential to bring delivery logistics and real life together under one “mixed” roof. Here’s how.
Leader on the Russian Market, the brand has been part of Groupe Renault since January 2017. It is driven by the success of its latest models LADA Vesta and XRAY
At the Moscow International Automobile Salon, Groupe Renault is unveiling a world premiere: the ARKANA show car, a new C-Segment coupé-crossover, fusion of elegance and sturdiness, heralding a new vehicle with global ambitions.
dCi out, Blue dCi in! Groupe Renault is gradually launching its new Blue dCi diesel engines across its ranges, starting with Dacia Duster. The new engines are equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission control technology using a urea-based solution called AdBlue. How does the technology work? What does it change for motorists? Read on to find out more.
The latest addition to the Groupe Renault electric light commercial vehicles (LCV) range, the Master Z.E has been chosen by the Dutch postal company PostNL to ensure zero emissions deliveries. PostNL will deploy a fleet of 17 vehicles during 2018 and is aiming to cover 25 city centres by 2025. Alliance Senior Vice President, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi LCV Business, Ashwani Gupta explains how Master Z.E. effectively meets the needs of companies specializing in “last mile deliveries”.
#Genevamotorshow2018 - Renault's knowhow set to electrify driving enjoyment with a new motor for ZOE
The 2018 Geneva Motor Show sees Renault, Europe’s number one electric vehicle brand, present the R110. Its latest electric motor will power the 2018 model-year ZOE, the continent’s best-selling EV.
#Genevamotorshow2018 - 1.3 TCe: a new petrol engine co-developed as part of the collaboration between the Alliance and Daimler
The result of a successful collaboration between the Alliance and Daimler, the 1.3 TCe is a key new petrol engine for Groupe Renault. Making its debut in the Renault range on Scénic and Grand Scénic, the new engine offers a broader power range than the old TCe, significantly improving driving pleasure while reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.