The All-new Clio is the flagship vehicle in the next generation of Renault models, combining safety and ease using multiple driving aids (ADAS). The driving aids put the driver’s mind at ease, reduce the risk of accidents and help protect passengers and other road users. Take a look at the videos to learn more about the technology.
Groupe Renault has lots of F1™ news from the Shanghai Grand Prix. First time ever for a Formula 1™ car in the streets of Shanghai with a Chinese driver behind the wheel and a second Chinese driver welcomed to Renault Sport Academy…. Portraits of these rising stars of Chinese motorsport on the eve of a historic 1,000th Grand Prix!
Renault has had a long-standing interest and involvement in China. In the 1930s, chassis were exported to China for bodywork, but it wasn’t until the mid-1990s that Renault began to pursue a long-term presence in the country in earnest. Read on for a recap of the major milestones in Renault's history in the “Middle Kingdom”.
Some 28.1 million cars were sold in China in 2018, making it the world’s largest automotive market. With a car ownership rate that remains low, at 141 cars per 1,000 inhabitants (compared with around 600 in Western Europe and 800 in the United States), the country is attracting carmakers. Groupe Renault's number-four market, China is one of the key pillars in the Drive the Future strategic plan owing to its strong growth potential. Renault’s strategy is based on three joint ventures. With a little over two weeks to go before the Shanghai Motor Show, we review the major trends in the Chinese automotive market.
Renault Samsung Motors (RSM) is unveiling the all-new XM3 INSPIRE at the 2019 Seoul Motor Show. The show car previews a future coupé SUV, both elegant and robust, that will embody RSM’s new design era. Intended for the South Korean market, the new model will be produced at the Busan plant and launched in first-half 2020.