The very first Alpine customers invited to participate in the "ALPINE Customer Visits" program were welcomed a few days ago by Pierre-Emmanuel Andrieux, Director of the Dieppe Plant, and Thierry Witzenrieth, Alpine After-sales Director at the Normandy site.
On November 6, 2018, Carlos Sainz Jr, driver for the Renault Sport Formula One Team, visited Renault employees at the Aubevoye Technical Center before heading to the Sandouville plant. The visits provided a great opportunity for the Spanish driver to meet the employees and discover the sites where Renault vehicles are developed and manufactured – an opportunity that many employees would not have missed for the world.
Emmanuel Macron visits the Maubeuge plant; Carlos Ghosn announces €450 million in investment for the new utility vehicle center of expertise.
Following their press conference at the Paris Motor Show, Thierry Bolloré, Groupe Renault’s COO and Laurens van den Acker, SVP Corporate Design, took part in a question and answer session at the Renault Studio by Youtube integrated in the Renault booth
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!
The Renault EZ-ULTIMO, the latest in the 2018 trilogy of concept-cars illustrating the future of shared mobility, is a design showcase for a premium and immersive mobility experience. Here are some photos detailing this symbol of French style and elegance.
2018 Paris Motor Show - EZ-GO, EZ-PRO, EZ-ULTIMO, the trilogy of shared mobility according to Groupe Renault
With EZ-ULTIMO, Renault completes its 2018 trilogy of robot-vehicle concepts that explore the shared mobility of tomorrow. Functional or emotional, for the transport of goods or people, EZ-GO, EZ-PRO and EZ-ULTIMO say a lot about the future vision of Groupe Renault.
“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.
Almost 35,000 people! Once again, Dacia picnic united thousands of fans from all over Europe. It is a unique event, showing the success of the brand, which celebrates 5 million vehicles sold. Flashback to a memorable summer gathering.
24 hours, 16 projects and hundreds of ideas. The Groupe Renault TechCrunch Hackathon fulfilled all of its promises during the 2018 Vivatech Show. Thanks to the numerous participants and Groupe Renault mentor-experts, the future of the autonomous vehicle is looking extremely bright.