Initially unveiled in Colombia in 2016 and already a success in Latin American’s longstanding pick-up market, Renault ALASKAN goes on sale in Europe from September 2017.
Renault and Dacia have sold more than 2 million Dusters in seven years. These two numbers sum up all of Duster’s success! Here’s a look at the Duster success story, which is still being written.
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.
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.
The mythical Étoile Filante (Shooting Star) makes a fitting exhibition stablemate for the R.S. 2027 Vision concept car, and a proud statement on Renault’s long-standing motorsport excellence.
Renault Espace at the Shanghai Motor Show is the latest step in Renault’s charm operation to win over customers on the Chinese market, with what is now a full range of crossovers, spanning the whole spectrum of customer expectations.
Renault, with its two partner organizations, is launching Eco Tour di Sicilia, an initiative that will give motorists total freedom to tour Sicily under all-electric vehicle power.
As the curtain comes down on the 87th Geneva Motor Show, after 13 days and record attendance yet again, Renault, Dacia and Alpine are taking a fond look back at some of the event’s highlights.
In this exceptional interview we quizzed two of the people who are writing the latest chapter in the Alpine history. Michael van der Sande, Alpine managing director, and David Twohig, Alpine chief engineer clue us up on some of the A110 secrets.
The big day’s finally here, after years of eager expectancy: Alpine’s at the Geneva International Motor Show with the long-awaited A110, a two-seater sports coupé with centrally-mounted rear-end engine truer than ever to the Alpine spirit of elegance, agility and authenticity. It’s made at the Dieppe plant in France, and will be shipping in Europe from late 2017 prior to staggered rollout in the rest of the world.