The R.S. 2027 Vision concept car unveiled on 19 April at the Shanghai Motor Show illustrates the Renault take on the shape of Formula 1 ten years hence, in 2027. To a great extent, this vision builds on the three main foundations of Renault innovation today: the electric vehicle, the connected vehicle and the autonomous vehicle. Key technologies in these three areas are, or will shortly be, available on Renault production vehicles.
The mythical Étoile Filante (Shooting Star) makes a fitting exhibition stablemate for the R.S. 2027 Vision concept car, and a proud statement on Renault’s long-standing motorsport excellence.
Renault Espace at the Shanghai Motor Show is the latest step in Renault’s charm operation to win over customers on the Chinese market, with what is now a full range of crossovers, spanning the whole spectrum of customer expectations.
As Renault readies up for celebrating 40 years in Formula 1, the space-age R.S. 2027 Vision concept car leaps ten years into the future to express Renault’s vision of where the sport is heading. It’s more human, more conscious of the entertainment factor, more exciting.
On 12 April, Renault handed TOWT (Transoceanic Wind Transport) the keys to its second electric vehicle, a new Renault ZOE Z.E. 40. This Brittany-based company, founded in 2011, specializes in zero-emission sail-powered transport. We spoke with co-founder Guillaume Le Grand on a partnership that combines wind power with electrical energy.
Shanghai Motor Show, 19 April 2017. At the Shanghai Show, Renault will be unveiling its R.S. 2027 Vision concept car, an enthralling stylistic opinion on the shape of Formula 1 to come, informed by forty years’ winning experience in the sport. What will Formula 1 look like in 2027?
Renault, with its two partner organizations, is launching Eco Tour di Sicilia, an initiative that will give motorists total freedom to tour Sicily under all-electric vehicle power.
As the curtain comes down on the 87th Geneva Motor Show, after 13 days and record attendance yet again, Renault, Dacia and Alpine are taking a fond look back at some of the event’s highlights.
After Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv, Renault has opened a third Renault Open Innovation Lab called "Le Square" in Paris. By organising Renault internal teams to cooperate with startups and external partners, it aims to define new ways of working and to explore the future of mobility.
Following on from its world-exclusive début appearance in Colombia last July, Renault’s first one-tonne pickup is stopping over for a fortnight’s stay at the Geneva International Motor Show. After all, the steep and winding mountain roads in the nearby Alps make a perfect setting for Alaskan as it readies up for European release in late 2017.