Encouraged by successful sales performance through various online platform versions, Renault today operates the Virtual Live Showroom, a concept launched in India then China, and recently opened in Russia, with brand new Renault Kaptur leading the line-up on the digital forecourt.
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.
Renault is extending its range of vehicles with the announcement of the eagerly awaited all-new Renault Kaptur 4x4 crossover for the Russian market. The new vehicle will be produced by the Renault Moscow plant.
New Fluence made its world debut at the Istanbul Motor Show (opened until November 11, 2012). The arrival of the upgraded model provides a perfect opportunity to take a look back at Fluence’s international career so far. While the name itself suggests flow and elegance, New Fluence strengthens this image with an extra dose of modernity, dynamism and style. But Fluence also signifies a highly successful sedan with an international calling, today produced in five countries – South Korea, Turkey, Russia, Argentina and India – and sold in 83!
The Moscow Motor Show opened a few days ago and will host the Russian visitors until September 9. Renault became the leading foreign brand on the Russian market in the first half of 2012, selling about 100,000 vehicles thanks to a broad, ambitious product plan. Russia is now the Group's third-biggest market, after France and Brazil.
This second issue of Russian diary starts with a look back at Renault’s history in Russia, then follows through with details on Renault’s current position on the local market. Which models are selling best? What’s the scope of the dealer network? Read on to find out!