Renault was a founding member of the French candidacy initiative, in 2013, alongside twenty or so major French companies, including Carrefour, Air France, SNCF, Bouygues and LVMH. It thus commits to full-scale involvement in a global event that marks a major impetus for progress.
The Renault MEGANE has been named winner of the 2016 Goldene Lenkrad (Golden Steering Wheel) in the small and compact car category. The Golden Steering Wheel awards are adjudged by 21 European publications of the Axel Springer Verlag media group which notably includes Auto Express in the United Kingdom, Auto Plus in France and Auto Bild in Germany. The Renault MEGANE has also scooped the ‘Best Family Car’ prize in the Scottish Car of the Year 2016 awards, while the Renault KADJAR was singled out as the ‘Best Crossover’.
Visit by "Elles bougent" at the Paris Motor Show: to elicit an interest in scientific and technological careers among girl high-school and college students
Renault’s special events programme at this year’s Paris Motor Show included a visit put on by Elles Bougent, a non-profit organization working to awaken scientific and technological vocations among girl high-school and college students.
Marie Amélie le Fur, Paralympics champion and member of the Renault Handisport Team: guest of honour at the Paris Motor Show
Renault’s celebrity guest list at the Paris Motor Show was topped by Marie Amélie le Fur, French Paralympics champion at the Rio Games and member of Renault Handisport Team.
As the Paris Motor Show closes down, we take a look back at what was one of the show’s highlight features for Groupe Renault this year, when design chief Laurens van den Acker invited four French bloggers for an exclusive walk-around, discussing some of his personal favourites at the show.
After 18 days, and attendance topping 1,055,000, the 2016 Paris Motor Show finally closed it gates yesterday. Here’s a rundown on how it went for Renault: very well indeed!
After the first leg, from Fontainebleau to Alès, the 2016 Monte Carlo eRally changed pace yesterday afternoon, to put the priority on regularity. New Renault ZOE with the ZE 40 battery put in a flawless performance here, though things would get somewhat more complicated a little later on.
Renault is hiring! For more than two years now, the Renault group has been running a major company-wide recruitment drive, extending across all engineering, manufacturing, sales, and support functions. Some 250 new recruits from all over the country were invited to visit the Renault stand at the Paris Motor Show, and meet Carlos Ghosn in person.
Four Renault ZOEs flying the ZE ZOE TEAM banner were among the 34 runners at the starting line of the Monte Carlo eRally in Fontainebleau. The first leg will take them down south through to Alès. Be part of the adventure with the daily travelogue of Alexandre Stricher, AutoCult blogger and member of the ZE ZOE Team.
Under any ordinary circumstances it’s pretty difficult for the man in the street to get an interview with Groupe Renault chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. But that’s exactly what happened, for the first time at an international motor show, when the Renault boss met five web opinion leaders at the Paris event.