Jean-Marc Chatelanaz, director of the “Full Track and Trace” project, explains the importance of knowing the origin of parts and ensuring they remain traceable. “This project helps achieve quality, logistical and industrial aims”.
Groupe Renault’s first podcast is called “a Drive With”. In the podcast, designers and experts in the field of electric, connected and autonomous vehicles share their viewpoint on mobility and their role at Groupe Renault.
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):
Emmanuel Macron visits the Maubeuge plant; Carlos Ghosn announces €450 million in investment for the new utility vehicle center of expertise.
Groupe Renault is teaming up with Segula Technologies to launch the Twizy Contest, an international challenge encouraging future engineers and designers to use their creativity to find solutions for the mobility of tomorrow around the Twizy platform.
Head of Renault Mobility Services at Alliance Business Development, Mobility Services, Patrick Vergelas explains Groupe Renault’s vision of the shared mobility of tomorrow. He backs up this vision with the three robo-vehicle concepts—EZ-GO, EZ-PRO and EZ-ULTIMO—presented this year.
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
To celebrate its 120 years of existence, Renault takes advantage of the 2018 Paris Motorshow to reaffirm its leading position in terms of innovation, and offers an innovative experience: Time Machine Experience.
“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.
We know how much driving can, in certain situations, be a source of stress: traffic congestion, noise, etc. To overcome these problems and guarantee the absolute best driving pleasure, Renault strives to innovate every day. Today, in order to make life easier for its customers, Renault is launching an ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) x Z.E. (Zero Emission) feature. This technique aims to foster relaxation and allow Renault customers to combine comfort and peace. What is the origin of ASMR? How does it work? Where did this partnership come from? You can find the answers to all your questions here.