120 years of motoring passion: Renault is celebrating its anniversary this year and paying tribute to all those who are part of the Group’s history. Let's meet François Chiron.
On February 20 in Seoul, Korea, Renault Samsung Motors (RSM) participated in the MOU and launching ceremony for Post Office’s eco-friendly delivery car pilot project between the Korea Post, the Ministry of Science & ICT (MSIT) and the Ministry of Environment (MOE). An opportunity to demonstrate Twizy's many advantages, ideal for deliveries in town.
750 vehicles and just as many surprises. To celebrate its 120th birthday, Renault offered a unique opportunity to media to visit a selection of iconic models from its collection and hear about the values that have driven the group since 1898. Here are some of the highlights of this living collection -visible during shows and historic races- which is maintained by Renault Classic!
An architect by training, Tina Kentner works at Groupe Renault in the Group Design Identity division. An incongruous position? Quite the opposite. Her skills are essential to the development of many key projects, the most recent of which include the house that was part of the ecosystem of the SYMBIOZ autonomous hatchback concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, and the EZ-GO autonomous robo-car concept station at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Learn more about Tina, a woman of many talents.
The Geneva Motor Show ended on Sunday, March 18, 2018. Here's a look back at the 88th edition of the event and at the unveiling of the new Renault EZ-GO concept, the key news item from Groupe Renault.
#greenstories - How do we develop the circular economy of the electric vehicle battery? Groupe Renault signs an “innovation deal”
Groupe Renault signed the new Innovation Deal launched by the European Commission on March 12, 2018. Its objective? To encourage the large-scale deployment of the electric vehicle via the circular economy of its battery. How? By creating a regulatory framework conducive to innovation.
Director of Concept Car Design at Renault since 2014, Stéphane Janin recently took on a new challenge with his teams: developing a "robot-vehicle" expressing Renault's vision of the future of shared mobility. The result is the Renault EZ-GO concept, unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The task was radically different from the previous concept cars TREZOR and SYMBIOZ since the design team had to "forget" the driver's station and factor in the particular constraints of the collective use of the robot-vehicle, which presages our urban journeys of the future. Stéphane Janin filled us in on this original approach.
#Genevamotorshow2018 - Renault's knowhow set to electrify driving enjoyment with a new motor for ZOE
The 2018 Geneva Motor Show sees Renault, Europe’s number one electric vehicle brand, present the R110. Its latest electric motor will power the 2018 model-year ZOE, the continent’s best-selling EV.
It’s an electric "robo-vehicle" that moves around the center of a smart connected city. It makes urban trips and the everyday life of this city’s users simpler. It’s a shared, multifunction mobility service. It’s EZ-GO, Renault’s new concept-car, introduced at the Geneva Motor Show.
At Geneva International Motor Show, Groupe Renault will unveil its vision of shared urban mobility; driverless, electric and connected. After introducing last year its vision of personal owned mobility with Symbioz Concept, Groupe Renault completes today with EZ-GO Concept its vision of the future of mobility, based on both car ownership and shared mobility options. Meet Renault EZ-GO on March 6th, at 9:00 am (CET).