Renault pioneered the development of electric vehicles in Europe, and leads the European electric vehicle market today. The vehicle batteries are rented to customers, and have been since release of Renault’s very first electric vehicle. In this way, Renault keeps full control over the whole battery lifecycle, which is advantageous not only to customers but to the planet as well.
Wishing you a wonderful 2017 from Renault, with a completely updated lineup.
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.
At the São Paulo Motor Show, Renault is showing off its coming SUV range for South America: Captur, Koleos and Kwid.
Visit by "Elles bougent" at the Paris Motor Show: to elicit an interest in scientific and technological careers among girl high-school and college students
Renault’s special events programme at this year’s Paris Motor Show included a visit put on by Elles Bougent, a non-profit organization working to awaken scientific and technological vocations among girl high-school and college students.
Renault has held an 80% stake in Samsung Motors since 2000. Renault Samsung Motors draws its strength from French-style management combined with the high-tech expertise of Samsung and its Korean corporate culture. In the space of just ten years, Renault Samsung Motors has become Korea’s third biggest manufacturer.
It’s not a secret anymore. After the teaser introducing its line 15 days ago on our website, Laurens van den Acker (SVP Design) & A. Pankov (SVP Renault Russia) officially introduced Renault KAPTUR, the brand new four-wheel drive crossover for Russia.
Yesterday, December 3rd, Chairman & CEO Carlos Ghosn of Groupe Renault announced his decision that Renault will return to Formula 1 with its own team for 2016 season.
If there's one car that sums up the spirit of Renault's famous eighties' slogan, “voitures à vivre” (often translated “cars with flair”), it's got to be the Renault 16. This illustrious model made its début appearance at the 1965 Geneva Motor Show, and is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year. So let's take a closer look at what was definitely one of the most ingenious automobiles of its time.
Renault unveiled its new brand identity at the Geneva Motor Show earlier on in the year. It features an upgrade to the logo and above all a powerful new tagline that emphasizes the Renault design renewal under way since 2012. To probe this important new development, we asked five questions to Guillaume Boisseau, the Renault group's brands director.