Eric Marchiol, Director of Manufacturing Digital Transformation at Groupe Renault, works on the performance of all of the group’s plants. He shares his vision of the plant of the future with us - 100% focused on customer satisfaction - and reminds us that its competitiveness depends above all on the men and women who keep it running.
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.
Renault will be implementing bio-inspired vision technologies to extend the capabilities of its driver assistance and autonomous vehicle systems.
Last week, the 28 European transport ministers met to sign the Amsterdam Declaration on autonomous vehicles. So this seemed like a good time to ask Rémi Bastien, head of the Renault-Nissan autonomous drive programme, on how Renault sees the car of the future.
In Silicon Valley, in the heart of the State of California, the Renault-Nissan Alliance has been undertaking autonomous car tests in an urban setting. It’s a decisive step that confirms the automotive manufacturer’s ambition to establish itself as a key player in the battle for the car of the future.
To celebrate the 12th constructors' title in Formula 1 powered by Renault, here's an exclusive video "Renault : world champion technology as standard". The set up: a start line, 10 cars (from the Renault lineup, like Mégane R.S., ZOE and Koleos) and a single-seater. Behind the wheel, a dad and his dog, a business executive, a fashionista...and a F1 Red Bull Racing driver. More on the outcome of the race here: