Renault has revealed its strategy for the next five years and beyond, as part of Groupe Renault’s ‘Renaulution’ programme. The plan will see Renault evolving and embracing modernity in the automotive industry to become a tech, service and clean energy brand.
Groupe Renault has launched Mobilize, an all-new business venture targeting customers wishing to adopt more sustainable, shared forms of mobility. It will also address changing customer needs and will promote sustainable energy use, in line with Groupe Renault’s target of carbon neutrality and its ambition to develop value from the circular...
The Renault ZOE has underlined its appeal as the perfect entry to pure-electric vehicle ownership after being hailed as the ‘Best Small Electric Car for Value’ in the What Car? Car of the Year Awards 2021.
Groupe Renault and Plug Power Inc. – a global leader in fuel cell systems and hydrogen-related services – have signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) to launch a joint venture with the aim of becoming the leader in hydrogen fuel cell technology for light commercial vehicles (LCVs).
Groupe Renault announces the appointment of Laurent Rossi, Director of Strategy and Business Development of Groupe Renault, as Chief Executive Officer of the Alpine brand, effective January 11, 2021. Laurent Rossi will take charge of Alpine Cars, Sport, F1 and competition activities.
Groupe Renault today announces the transformation of its site in Flins to create the Re-FACTORY, Europe’s first circular economy factory dedicated to mobility with a negative CO2 balance by 2030. This project, which is part of the Group's transformation strategy, will enable Renault to benefit from a rapidly growing source of value while...
Renault has introduced an advanced E-TECH powertrain to one of its most successful models ever, giving buyers of the best-selling Clio more choice than ever with a broad spectrum of engine and powertrain options.
Groupe Renault has completed a ground-breaking three-year research project in France exploring and understanding the technology required and conditions needed for autonomous vehicles to work away from built-up urban areas.
Only weeks after officially going on sale, the All-New Renault ZOE Van has carried away its first accolade after winning the compact van ‘Best Value for Ownership Costs’ category in the inaugural What Car? Van Awards.
Renault PRO+ has revealed its New TRAFIC Passenger and New TRAFIC SpaceClass passenger transport vehicles. Joining the award-winning TRAFIC range, the latest additions feature enhanced design inside and out, advanced semi-autonomous driver aids and Renault’s latest infotainment technology.
The 100 per cent electric Renault ZOE is helping Islington Council to continue its drive to both create a greener fleet and make its inner London borough a healthier and cleaner environment for over 206,000 residents.
Groupe Renault sold 806,320 vehicles during the quarter, down 6.1% compared with the third quarter of 2019. The Renault brand is strengthening its leadership in electric vehicles and accelerating the launch of the E-TECH hybrid and plug-in hybrid line-up in Europe. The Group stepped up its policy of price discipline during the quarter.
Groupe Renault is announcing two new second-life battery programmes with the SmartHubs Project in West Sussex, UK and Advanced Battery Storage in Douai, France, two of the largest projects of their types in Europe.
Groupe Renault has scooped a quartet of awards in the Auto Express New Car Awards 2020, with Renault scoring category wins for the ZOE, Clio and Captur, whilst sister brand Alpine proved victorious with the A110.
Groupe Renault has revealed new images of two future electric vehicles ahead of the full unveiling at this month’s Renault eWays event, a forum dedicated to the company’s vision for the future of electric mobility.
From the 9th-19th October 2020, Renault retailers will be demonstrating the benefits of its expansive range of electric and electrified vehicles to customers through its dedicated Unplugged electrification event.
The award-winning Food Train charity is now able to help even more older people in Scotland eat well and live independently thanks to the addition of all-electric Renault Master Z.E. and Renault Kangoo Maxi Z.E. vans to its fleet.
Renault PRO+ is today announcing the addition of an enhanced off-the-shelf Master Dropside option to the commercial vehicle range, offering greater versatility and options to van customers than ever before.