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.
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.
Today with the Rouen Normandy Autonomous Lab (RNAL), we are starting to test on open roads an end-to-end autonomous mobility service. This is a first in Europe and it includes four electric Renault ZOE robo-vehicles equipped with sensors and embedded intelligence, a customer application to book the trip, a remote fleet control center, connected infrastructure and secure telecommunications networks.
Between now and the end of 2018, members of the public will be able to step inside autonomous ZOE vehicles placed on the road as part of Rouen Normandy Autonomous Lab. Groupe Renault is a partner in this ride-hailing shared-mobility trial, which it sees as the perfect opportunity to organize user tests on the interior layout of its future robot-vehicles.
Groupe Renault teams up with A. V. Simulation to prepare a new 25M€ facility at Renault Technocenter (near Paris) for autonomous vehicles. It will host one of the most advanced dynamic driving simulators in the world, in a 2000 m² brand new building and aims to set the industry standard to a new level.
Renault is working on autonomous, electric and connected vehicles every day. Designing the future comes with a long and complex development process. Our engineers are constantly learning, testing and developing prototypes. How do we do it? In fact, it all starts with a mule…
“Renault is continuing to work very closely with the legislators, manufacturers and academics in order to promote the introduction of autonomous vehicles in France and internationally,” said Gaspar Gascon, SVP, Head of Powertrain Engineering, Renault.
The Renault group has announced it will be hiring people on permanent contracts in engineering throughout 2016. We spoke with Groupe Renault’s head of vehicle engineering, Gaspar Gascon, on the recruitment campaign.