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During the Formula 1 French Grand Prix, Renault Sport Racing presents its new customer-competition models derived from its road range. Developed for both its extremely popular single-make cups and open competitions, this new generation offers unprecedented versatility and accessibility for ever-lower costs.
- Vorstellung der ersten Team- und Fahrerliste der Langstrecken-WM FIA WEC 2019-2020 an den 24 Stunden von Le Mans
While nearly 50 drivers prepare to battle in the Clio Cup Open during the Formula 1 French Grand Prix weekend from June 21-23, Renault Sport Racing has already set the date and chosen the venue for the rematch : July 26-28 at Hockenheim during the German Grand Prix.
Groupe Renault and Nissan to become the first automotive manufacturers to explore driverless mobility services with Waymo in France and Japan
Exclusive agreement to initially focus on driverless mobility services for people and goods in France and Japan
- For the second consecutive year, two Groupe Renault UK employees recognised in Autocar’s annual listing
- Olivia Kaye, Senior Brand Communications Manager, Renault, takes overall win in the Marketing category
Pelo terceiro ano consecutivo, o Renault Master foi eleito o utilitário mais valorizado do mercado brasileiro na categoria de “Furgão de Carga”, na 5ª edição do Prêmio Maior Valor de Revenda – Veículos comerciais.
Na 13ª edição do Prêmio AEA de Meio Ambiente, realizada pela Associação de Engenharia Automotiva, o Instituto Renault foi premiado, pelo segundo ano consecutivo, na categoria Responsabilidade Social, dessa vez com o “Projeto Supera”.
June 19th 2019, Delhi, India - Renault revealed Triber, a world-first vehicle designed and produced for the Indian market and an entirely new ultra-modular, modern and value-for-money model. Triber is a compact vehicle (less than 4 metres long) offering unbeatable flexibility. It can carry one to seven people and features the largest boot capacity of its category in five-seater configuration.
- Signatech Alpine Matmut gewinnt an den 24 Stunden von Le Mans innerhalb von vier Jahren zum dritten Mal die LMP2-Klasse