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Daniel Ricciardo joins Renault Sport Formula One Team from 2019

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Twenty-nine-year-old Daniel, who hails from Perth, Australia, joins Renault Sport Formula One Team for the next two seasons. Daniel has secured seven Grands Prix wins and stepped onto the podium 29 times. He is already very familiar with the Renault family, having driven in Renault junior series between 2007 and 2011 and has been powered by Renault engines in F1 since 2014. Jérôme Stoll, President, Renault Sport Racing: Renault decided to come back to Formula One to fight for World Championships. Signing Daniel Ricciardo is a unique oppo... Read More »

Renault and ADA launch Moov’in.Paris by Renault, a free-floating electric vehicle service

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From September, 100 Renault ZOE and 20 Renault Twizy vehicles will be available in the XIth and XIIth districts of Paris, as well as in Clichy, in the Hauts-de-Seine department. This initial stage will provide an opportunity to test and tweak the service in order to maximize quality. Renault will supply the electric vehicles and carry out maintenance and repairs. ADA will contribute its expertise through a digital app dedicated to very short-term vehicle rental. It will also reposition and charge the electric vehicles. ADA’s customer departmen... Read More »

Renault becomes the official automobile partner of Paris Saint-Germain

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Together, Paris Saint-Germain and Renault will develop large-scale, global advertising and promotional campaigns, combining the passion of the supporters of the Parisian club with the striking force of Renault as one of the leading French brands worldwide. The alliance between the two brands will also have a digital focus – an area where both showcase strong creativity. The club is looking forward to surprising its 60 million social media followers with even more engaging online content as a result of the partnership. Marc Armstrong, Director... Read More »

Groupe Renault and EEM create first “smart island” in Porto Santo

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The government of the Autonomous Region of Madeira will roll out an innovative programme in Porto Santo, known as Sustainable Porto Santo - Smart Fossil Free Island, to facilitate the energy transition. EEM, which is in charge of the programme’s energy and electric mobility, has chosen Groupe Renault as its partner for electric mobility solutions. This world-first smart island uses electric vehicles, second-life batteries, smart charging and V2G to boost the island’s energy independence and stimulate the production of renewable energy. Groupe ... Read More »

Groupe Renault Debuts a World’s First in Autonomous Obstacle Avoidance that Matches Professional Test Drivers


“At Groupe Renault, we are focused on being an innovation leader in products, technology and design,” said Simon Hougard, Director of Renault Open Innovation Lab – Silicon Valley. “Our innovation efforts aim at developing advanced autonomous driving technologies that consumers can trust will create a safer, more comfortable journey.” The Renault Open Innovation Lab is part of the Labs network within the Alliance and is focused on improving safety and advancing autonomous driving technology. The technological advancement announced today: ... Read More »

Groupe Renault takes part in 2017 Challenge du Monde des Grandes Écoles et Universités


  Boulogne Billancourt, France - On Saturday, June 10, 2017, more than 100 Groupe Renault employees from all professional categories, business lines, ages and origins will share their passion and expertise with young people to facilitate their first career-related choices. For the past three years, Renault has been a partner of the Challenge du Monde des Grandes Écoles et Universités, a must-attend event for students and young graduates as well as for companies and institutions of higher education. Based on a one-day format, the C... Read More »

Circular economy: partnership deepens between Groupe Renault and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation


Groupe Renault and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation have deepened their ground-breaking partnership and embarked on a new series of commitments to the circular economy. Both partners believe in the benefits of transitioning from a linear economic model to a circular economy in order to preserve natural resources and ecosystems and secure the long-term future for companies like Renault. “We are delighted to be renewing our partnership with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. We have been working together for seven years and are now exploring how to... Read More »

Groupe Renault’s low-carbon endeavours earn award from international organization CDP


At a ceremony in the presence of Ségolène Royal, French Minister of the Environment, Energy and Marine Affairs on 25 October 2016, Groupe Renault received a Climate Leadership Award from the international organization CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project), in acknowledgement of the company’s efforts in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The CDP awards programme analyses data from thousands of companies worldwide to evaluate their commitment on shrinking their carbon footprint. Groupe Renault joins the select “A-List” of companies that... Read More »

The millionth kangoo rolls out of Renault’s maubeuge plant

In 2015, the LCV version represented 64% of overall Kangoo production. The same year, 90% of all Kangoos produced (PC + LCV) featured diesel engines, 7% had petrol engines and 3% were electric. “Kangoo continues to appeal to a diverse clientele of both business and retail customers in all its markets. Our entire plant is proud to celebrate this new production landmark, which confirms our ability to meet customer expectations in terms of quality and lead times.” Jose Martin Vega, Director of the Renault Maubeuge plant   100% MADE I... Read More »

Dacia reaches threshold of 600,000 sales in France


Dacia: a French success story First launched in France in June 2005 when Logan was released, the Dacia brand has gradually helped to change the landscape of the French automotive industry by proposing a new way to go motoring. Dacia offers a streamlined range of vehicles, which initially targeted used-car owners, featuring an unbeatable value in terms of their cabin space and equipment specification. In just nine years, Dacia has carved a spot for itself in the French market, rising to fifth position in 2013 despite the fact that it cate... Read More »

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