Groupe Renault has lots of F1™ news from the Shanghai Grand Prix. First time ever for a Formula 1™ car in the streets of Shanghai with a Chinese driver behind the wheel and a second Chinese driver welcomed to Renault Sport Academy…. Portraits of these rising stars of Chinese motorsport on the eve of a historic 1,000th Grand Prix!
Groupe Renault is introducing a new generation of petrol and diesel engines on Talisman - sedan and estate - and Espace. More powerful and enjoyable to drive, these new engines are equipped with emission control technologies and comply with the latest European anti-pollution standards (Euro6):
Emmanuel Macron visits the Maubeuge plant; Carlos Ghosn announces €450 million in investment for the new utility vehicle center of expertise.
Groupe Renault is teaming up with Segula Technologies to launch the Twizy Contest, an international challenge encouraging future engineers and designers to use their creativity to find solutions for the mobility of tomorrow around the Twizy platform.
Saving time and money while taking the stress out of travel is a dream that is probably shared by all regular travelers in Paris. How can travelers make the best choices for their journey, combining personal means of travel with public transport? Which digital tools will provide the best level of service? Groupe Renault is contributing its expertise to the m2i project in order to develop fair and efficient mobility in the Paris area.
24 hours, 16 projects and hundreds of ideas. The Groupe Renault TechCrunch Hackathon fulfilled all of its promises during the 2018 Vivatech Show. Thanks to the numerous participants and Groupe Renault mentor-experts, the future of the autonomous vehicle is looking extremely bright.
By organizing a hackathon, in partnership with TechCrunch, Groupe Renault will take part for the first time in Viva Technoloy which takes place from May 24th-26th. For 24hrs, web specialists and programmers will challenge themselves to imagine the future of autonomous and connected vehicles.
Renault launches "MUM BUTTON", a connected button adaptable to any dashboard, which sends an automated message with one touch.
“Our company take advantage of the agility of the start-ups”. Nadine Leclair, Groupe Renault Expert Fellow, is pleased with the results of the first edition of CityMakers, an open innovation program dedicated to the transition to more flexible and sustainable forms of urban mobility launched with start-ups in April 2017 by Groupe Renault, NUMA and their partners Nissan, RCI Bank and Services, AXA, and Paris City Council. Among the nine projects selected, four presented by Persistant Studios, Toucan Toco, Dalberg Data Insights and Logiroad received special attention from Groupe Renault.