Eric Marchiol, Director of Manufacturing Digital Transformation at Groupe Renault, works on the performance of all of the group’s plants. He shares his vision of the plant of the future with us - 100% focused on customer satisfaction - and reminds us that its competitiveness depends above all on the men and women who keep it running.
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.
By organizing a hackathon, in partnership with TechCrunch, Groupe Renault will take part for the first time in Viva Technoloy which takes place from May 24th-26th. For 24hrs, web specialists and programmers will challenge themselves to imagine the future of autonomous and connected vehicles.
As both a pioneer in the world of electric cars and the Europe’s EV market leader, Groupe Renault is committed to safety. According to Claire Petit-Boulanger, the Group’s Emergency Response Safety Expert, Renault’s electric vehicle safety programme is unique. Her newest and most valuable recruit is Lieutenant Colonel Christophe Lenglos from the Yvelines Fire and Emergency Services. He has recently been seconded to Groupe Renault’s CSR Department.
Renault launches "MUM BUTTON", a connected button adaptable to any dashboard, which sends an automated message with one touch.
On February 20 in Seoul, Korea, Renault Samsung Motors (RSM) participated in the MOU and launching ceremony for Post Office’s eco-friendly delivery car pilot project between the Korea Post, the Ministry of Science & ICT (MSIT) and the Ministry of Environment (MOE). An opportunity to demonstrate Twizy's many advantages, ideal for deliveries in town.
The Geneva Motor Show ended on Sunday, March 18, 2018. Here's a look back at the 88th edition of the event and at the unveiling of the new Renault EZ-GO concept, the key news item from Groupe Renault.
Director of Concept Car Design at Renault since 2014, Stéphane Janin recently took on a new challenge with his teams: developing a "robot-vehicle" expressing Renault's vision of the future of shared mobility. The result is the Renault EZ-GO concept, unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The task was radically different from the previous concept cars TREZOR and SYMBIOZ since the design team had to "forget" the driver's station and factor in the particular constraints of the collective use of the robot-vehicle, which presages our urban journeys of the future. Stéphane Janin filled us in on this original approach.
#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.
It’s an electric "robo-vehicle" that moves around the center of a smart connected city. It makes urban trips and the everyday life of this city’s users simpler. It’s a shared, multifunction mobility service. It’s EZ-GO, Renault’s new concept-car, introduced at the Geneva Motor Show.