The mythical Étoile Filante (Shooting Star) makes a fitting exhibition stablemate for the R.S. 2027 Vision concept car, and a proud statement on Renault’s long-standing motorsport excellence.
Renault Espace at the Shanghai Motor Show is the latest step in Renault’s charm operation to win over customers on the Chinese market, with what is now a full range of crossovers, spanning the whole spectrum of customer expectations.
As Renault readies up for celebrating 40 years in Formula 1, the space-age R.S. 2027 Vision concept car leaps ten years into the future to express Renault’s vision of where the sport is heading. It’s more human, more conscious of the entertainment factor, more exciting.
Formula 1 has embraced a bold new era in 2017. Longer, wider and with enhanced aerodynamics, the cars are faster than their predecessors to the tune of several seconds per lap – as will almost certainly be proven in this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix (April 7-9), the second round on the world championship calendar.
Two years after its successful showing of the works of French photographer Robert Doisneau, the Renault art collection is back in China, at Wuhan from 17 March to 19 June 2016.
To develop the Chinese version of Kadjar, the project engineering teams had to adjust to the local market, as well as the specific demands of customers who are particularly demanding about the cars they buy.
Carlos Ghosn, Groupe Renault Chairman and CEO, opened Renault's new Chinese plant on 1 February 2016.
As part of a four-episode video series on where EV is taking off around the world, this instalment takes us to China.
Without a doubt, 2015 is a pivotal year for Renault in China. Renault Captur made a much-applauded début appearance at the Beijing Motor Show just six months ago, and its big brother Kadjar is now set to wow the Chinese public at the 13th Guangzhou Motor Show.
Following on from its début appearance on Chinese soil at the Beijing Motor Show last year, Renault's Captur crossover is now making a big impression at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show, judging from the interest it is getting from the hoards of photographers there. The SUV segment is the fastest-growing on the Chinese motor market, with growth topping 30% according to estimates published by CAAM, the Chinese Association of Automotive Manufacturers. Read on for a closer look at the phenomenon.