What do you get when you mix Formula 1, a dreamy setting & an all-roads car? Answer in this video featuring Red Bull Racing F1 Team's Mark Webber.
For weeks, rumors, hopes and expectations we circulating, both in the press and on specialized forums, not to mention social media. It's now official: the revival of Alpine is a reality. The announcement was made on November 5 during a joint press conference with Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault and Tony Fernandes, Chairman of Caterham Group.
Just a few days after São Paulo, Renault is making the headlines at the Istanbul Motor Show since two new models have just been revealed: New Symbol (also known as Thalia in some markets) and New Fluence. These sedans are now set for an international carreer.
New Fluence made its world debut at the Istanbul Motor Show (opened until November 11, 2012). The arrival of the upgraded model provides a perfect opportunity to take a look back at Fluence’s international career so far. While the name itself suggests flow and elegance, New Fluence strengthens this image with an extra dose of modernity, dynamism and style. But Fluence also signifies a highly successful sedan with an international calling, today produced in five countries – South Korea, Turkey, Russia, Argentina and India – and sold in 83!
The Renault Sandouville plant in Normandie, is experiencing a real wind of change since May 2010 with the launch of the Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) project. Indeed, some €230 million has been invested in the lines at Sandouville, which already produces Laguna and Espace, to produce future Trafic, set for launch in 2014, and the high-roof version of the Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro.
The 27th São Paulo Motor Show opened on October 22 in a favourable context for Renault since the brand recorded a 36.2% growth on the Brazilian market over 2011 (sales as of September). Various new models are ready to call the visitors attention on the 2,000 m² stand. Among them Novo Clio, Fluence GT and D-Cross Concept
On October 20, 2012, Carlos Ghosn, Renault CEO, shared his vision of management during a debate organized by the Cité de la réussite at the Sorbonne. The conference, 'Global competition, ecological challenges and creative daring: how to share one's vision?', was moderated by François Lenglet, business journalist at French TV France 2.
Revealed at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the Twizy by Cathy & David Guetta show car underlines the fact that this electric quadricycle is like no other. The "night club" inspiration is unmissable with its chromed body, the LEDs of adjustable brightness on the doors and the red & black interior. Follow us behind the scenes!
On October 3, we invited three bloggers to enjoy an unbelievable experience. The three bloggers were invited to review the main carmakers' stands at the 2012 Paris Motor Show in the company of Renault's Design Director, Laurens van den Acker.