dCi out, Blue dCi in! Groupe Renault is gradually launching its new Blue dCi diesel engines across its ranges, starting with Dacia Duster. The new engines are equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission control technology using a urea-based solution called AdBlue. How does the technology work? What does it change for motorists? Read on to find out more.
Renault is celebrating its 120th birthday! To celebrate in fitting style, customers of the Marcel ride-hailing service were treated to a unique experience on board some of the brand’s legendary models. The customers enjoyed an enchanted ride in the famous AG1 “Taxi de la Marne”, the “Project 900” concept car with a V8 engine, and the first-generation Espace.
They came onto the automobile scene a decade ago, but not everyone is familiar with them yet. “They” are electric vehicles. They’re a textbook example of the emergence of new forms of mobility, and the advent of a seismic shift in our modes of transport, in the short and long term.
24 hours before World Environment Day, Groupe Renault launches the first international edition of CSR Week, which takes place from June 4 to 8 across all Groupe Renault sites. The goal is to make all employees aware of the group’s strategic commitments in this area and to mobilize them. Find out what’s on the agenda!
Eric Marchiol, Director of Manufacturing Digital Transformation at Groupe Renault, works on the performance of all of the group’s plants. He shares his vision of the plant of the future with us - 100% focused on customer satisfaction - and reminds us that its competitiveness depends above all on the men and women who keep it running.
The latest addition to the Groupe Renault electric light commercial vehicles (LCV) range, the Master Z.E has been chosen by the Dutch postal company PostNL to ensure zero emissions deliveries. PostNL will deploy a fleet of 17 vehicles during 2018 and is aiming to cover 25 city centres by 2025. Alliance Senior Vice President, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi LCV Business, Ashwani Gupta explains how Master Z.E. effectively meets the needs of companies specializing in “last mile deliveries”.
24 hours, 16 projects and hundreds of ideas. The Groupe Renault TechCrunch Hackathon fulfilled all of its promises during the 2018 Vivatech Show. Thanks to the numerous participants and Groupe Renault mentor-experts, the future of the autonomous vehicle is looking extremely bright.
By organizing a hackathon, in partnership with TechCrunch, Groupe Renault will take part for the first time in Viva Technoloy which takes place from May 24th-26th. For 24hrs, web specialists and programmers will challenge themselves to imagine the future of autonomous and connected vehicles.
As both a pioneer in the world of electric cars and the Europe’s EV market leader, Groupe Renault is committed to safety. According to Claire Petit-Boulanger, the Group’s Emergency Response Safety Expert, Renault’s electric vehicle safety programme is unique. Her newest and most valuable recruit is Lieutenant Colonel Christophe Lenglos from the Yvelines Fire and Emergency Services. He has recently been seconded to Groupe Renault’s CSR Department.
In 1965, Renault introduced the Renault 16, the ideal car for enjoying public holidays in the spring!
Innovative and versatile, the Renault 16 made everything possible: users could make the most of public holidays in the spring by enjoying long weekends away, drive their family into the countryside or go bargain-hunting at flea markets then easily transport their newfound treasures! For 120 years, Renault has never stopped innovating to meet its customers’ demands.