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Dear readers, today we offer you two exclusive videos that should arouse your curiosity. When it comes to the automotive industry, it is always instructive to see what is going on behind the scenes. So we went to the Flins plant (Yvelines, France) in order to witness the main stages in the manufacturing process of New Clio. Let's remind the pattern: stamping, bodyshop, painting and finally assembling. Of course we also talk about quality and logistics. Enjoy!
Inaugurated in 1952, the Flins plant has produced over 17 vehicles (among them Dauphine, Renault 5 and Twingo). Today it focuses on 3 models: Clio IV, Clio III (called "Collection") and ZOE.
First episode, focused on the stamping and bodyshop stages, not to forget quality:
Second episode focused on the painting and assembling stages, not to forget logistics: