To best integrate within the city, bring it a real positive impact and respond to the mobility needs of its inhabitants, the Renault EZ-GO robo-vehicle concept innovates in many aspects: design, autonomous driving, life on board, a connected station, etc. Its designers and the station’s architect explain how these innovations can revolutionize urban mobility in the future.
The Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES), one of the world’s biggest technology innovation gatherings, runs from January 5 to 8. Carlos Ghosn will be there to champion the Renault-Nissan Alliance on January 5. And Groupe Renault is taking this opportunity to showcase its ongoing work to illustrate new ways of thinking about mobility as technology meets transportation.
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.
At the press conference held by Renault at the Paris Motor Show on Thursday 29 September, Renault Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn showed off our new vehicles and concept car.
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.
Three years after launch, Renault ZOE is Europe’s best-selling electric hatchback. Driving an electric vehicle has never been this easy.
Twizy, the first 100% electric vehicle Renault, was introduced in Canada on April 15, 2016. Renault has chosen a Quebec company to market its electric vehicle.
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Renault is celebrating its leadership on the European electric vehicles market by unveiling Zoé Swiss Edition, an upmarket limited edition of its electric city car. We took the opportunity to ask Eric Feunteun, head of Renault’s electric vehicles programme, about Groupe Renault developments on the zero-emissions scene.
At Renault we are convinced that in only two letters we have the solution in the automotive industry to fight climate change: EV (electric vehicle). Since a couple of years a great progress has been made in the EV domain and today's EV range perfectly responds to the need of most car users. Still a certain number of questions remains regarding the infrastructure and investment needed when switching for an EV. To answer to most frequently asked questions we have met with Thomas Orsini, head of business development for electric vehicles at Renault.
For the first time Renault and The Mobility House allow their drivers to take financial advantage of a dynamic electricity tariff and gives the reducing costs and earn money with electric vehicles in the grid by automatically charging vehicles at lowest electricity cost. A bright future for all Renault Zero Emission vehicle drivers.