“This is the best Clio ever, for several reasons; the first is probably that it carries a very strong interior revolution, immediately perceptible.” Laurens van den Acker, head of Groupe Renault’s Corporate Design, is very clear to describe the philosophy behind the development of the fifth generation Clio’s interior. Work on colors, materials, perceived quality, seats, etc.: the designers give us all the details about this interior worthy of the upper segments.
On January 22 and 23, the Renault Sport Academy announced its new drivers. Press operations were organized in the home countries of the six pilots selected: China, Brazil, the UK, Denmark and France.
Revealed ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, New Renault Twingo is available for the first time with the EDC automatic gearbox. The EDC gearbox does away with the tiresome task of shifting gears in congested traffic. An innovation that makes life easier!
Jean-Marc Chatelanaz, director of the “Full Track and Trace” project, explains the importance of knowing the origin of parts and ensuring they remain traceable. “This project helps achieve quality, logistical and industrial aims”.
“Star Black”, "Ultra Violet”, “Chili Orange”: do these names mean something to you? Join us as we talk to the man who leads the team behind these original names: François Farion, Design Director, Colors and Materials at Groupe Renault. Take a closer look at a passionate job that consists in imaging, researching and creating colors and materials for the exterior and interior design of cars.
This year, Groupe Renault, is celebrating 20 years of industrial presence in Brazil. With record market shares, Brazil is a land of opportunity for the Group. The investments made in the Ayrton Senna complex in Curitiba make it a high-performance industrial complex. Today, the site celebrates this anniversary and is delighted with the ranking of the Brazilian magazine Você S./A., which places Renault 8th out of 500 companies on the list of companies where it is good to work!
For the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Philippe Croizon, a renowned athlete and quadruple amputee, raised awareness about disability among employees at Renault Flins. Drawing on his singular life experience, he is seeking to change attitudes to disabilities, often synonymous with unproductiveness. His motto is that everything is possible! Read on to find out more about the event, full of emotion and humor.
Groupe Renault’s first podcast is called “a Drive With”. In the podcast, designers and experts in the field of electric, connected and autonomous vehicles share their viewpoint on mobility and their role at Groupe Renault.
According to a report by the World Health Organization, 15% of the world population lives with a disability. And the figure could well rise in the coming years. The employment of people with disabilities is vital to inclusion. What are companies doing in this respect? To find out, we talked to Oliver Faust, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and the Groupe Renault Foundation.
The COTY jury has announced the models shortlisted for the 2019 prize. The Alpine A110 is one of the seven contenders for the title to be awarded on March 4, 2019.