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In 2018, Groupe Renault introduced 3 concept-cars as its vision of the mobility of the future.
At VIVA Technology, Groupe Renault is making this vision a reality with new vehicles, partnerships and experiments that are generating today the mobility of tomorrow:
- The purpose of the Paris-Saclay Autonomous Lab project is to devise and test different smart, autonomous, electric and shared public and private mobility services to supplement the existing transportation systems in the Paris-Saclay area.
Groupe Renault will present a consolidated view of shared mobility, including the announcement of key partnerships and innovative experimentations, at VIVA Technology, which takes place at Porte de Versailles in Paris, from May 16-18, 2019.