The All-new Clio is the top attraction at the Renault Group’s stand at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. Its many new features include the brand-new TCe 100 engine, the fruit of synergies within the Alliance. The engine has more power but consumes less fuel and comes with a manual, X-TRONIC and even a hybrid petrol/LPG gearbox option. The 1.0 TCe engine is the essence of the Clio’s versatility.
dCi out, Blue dCi in! Groupe Renault is gradually launching its new Blue dCi diesel engines across its ranges, starting with Dacia Duster. The new engines are equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission control technology using a urea-based solution called AdBlue. How does the technology work? What does it change for motorists? Read on to find out more.
More powerful cars… Even right at the start of the 20th century that was what carmakers wanted, and their main showcase was motor racing. Louis Renault had become a leading name in the automobile world since the launch in 1898 of his “Voiturette” with a De Dion Bouton engine and revolutionary direct drive transmission. But it was only in 1902 that Renault began designing its own engines.
Sebastian Vettel, the youngest ever quadruple Formula 1 world champion, came to visit
To celebrate the 12th constructors' title in Formula 1 powered by Renault, here's an exclusive video "Renault : world champion technology as standard". The set up: a start line, 10 cars (from the Renault lineup, like Mégane R.S., ZOE and Koleos) and a single-seater. Behind the wheel, a dad and his dog, a business executive, a fashionista...and a F1 Red Bull Racing driver. More on the outcome of the race here: