Head of Renault Mobility Services with the A-CMS (Alliance Connected Car & Mobility Services), Patrick Vergelas talks about the Groupe Renault road map for becoming an operator in autonomous mobility services as well as the solutions currently being tested and already available to customers.
Groupe Renault, alongside the City of Paris, unveiled its plan to develop new electric mobility offerings especially for the City of Lights.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) titled its December 2017 report on the reinvention of automotive “The Reimagined Car Shared, Autonomous, and Electric”. We can actually go one-step further, and add another critical adjective to characterize the future of the automotive industry: collaborative.
Groupe Renault’s Head of Corporate Design, Laurens van den Acker was asked by Automotive News Europe about the particularities of designing a robo-vehicle compared to a traditional car. Using the example of the EZ-GO concept, he emphasizes the importance of creating an object that integrates into the ecosystem of the city in which it evolves, until potentially becoming a symbol.
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 before World Environment Day, Groupe Renault launches the first international edition of CSR Week, which takes place from June 4 to 8 across all Groupe Renault sites. The goal is to make all employees aware of the group’s strategic commitments in this area and to mobilize them. Find out what’s on the agenda!
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.
As of today, Renault through its subsidiary Renault Mobility launches a rental service with commercial and private vehicles to transport furniture from store to home. Available at the IKEA Villiers Paris pilot site (Villiers-sur-Marne 94) and progressively at all IKEA sites in France.
RCI Bank and Services, the Groupe Renault subsidiary specializing in automotive services and finance, and the ESCP Europe business school are launching a European competition on automotive mobility for the under-30 age group, inviting a hundred students to come up with innovative transport solutions for the younger generations.