Somewhat in advance of the season’s eternally festive spirit, Alpine created a buzz across the motor enthusiasts’ community on 10 December by opening orders for its initial Première Edition release of 1,955 units. Read on for details on what could be a very special Christmas gift in Black (deep), White (solar) and Blue (Alpine).
For 15 years now, the Renault Foundation has been preparing talented students for successfully addressing emerging career opportunities, through training programmes in the fields of multicultural management, sustainable transport and road safety management. Renault Foundation director Oliver Faust talked to us about the Foundation’s missions and what motivates him in leading its operations.
Renault was a founding member of the French candidacy initiative, in 2013, alongside twenty or so major French companies, including Carrefour, Air France, SNCF, Bouygues and LVMH. It thus commits to full-scale involvement in a global event that marks a major impetus for progress.
At the São Paulo Motor Show, Renault is showing off its coming SUV range for South America: Captur, Koleos and Kwid.
Renault will be implementing bio-inspired vision technologies to extend the capabilities of its driver assistance and autonomous vehicle systems.
Groupe Renault revenues came to €10.5 billion for the quarter.
Groupe Renault is working with the Palace of Versailles for the first time ever to help fund the restoration of the palace’s Peace Room.
Marie Amélie le Fur, Paralympics champion and member of the Renault Handisport Team: guest of honour at the Paris Motor Show
Renault’s celebrity guest list at the Paris Motor Show was topped by Marie Amélie le Fur, French Paralympics champion at the Rio Games and member of Renault Handisport Team.
Groupe Renault’s industrial design team celebrated in 2015 the 50th anniversary of the disappearance of Le Corbusier (1965-2015) by designing and creating a project for a 21st century car inspired by the architect’s modernist principles and theories. The Villa Savoye is an icon of modernity. Designed as a modern and ideal holiday home, it was a part of the upward trend in country houses in Ile de France that was underpinned by the rise of the automobile. The Villa Savoye establishes an intimate relationship between automobile and architecture.