What Car? Car of the Year awards is the most respected UK acknowledgement of automotive excellence. Four models that fall under the Renault banner were thus rewarded this year.
What is a circular economy? In a nutshell, it’s an economic system that focuses on eliminating waste and the continuous use of resources. The circular economy is also often referred to as circularity with systems looking at re-using, sharing, repairing, refurbishment, remanufacturing and recycling. It attempts to create a closed-loop which minimises resource inputs and waste creation, pollution and notably, carbon emissions.
Imagine driving to work and back again in the afternoon, without using petrol. Yet being able to go away for the weekend without worrying about charging your battery. Welcome to the world of the hybrid.
In a recent press release about Renault’s success in 2019, they announced the introduction of an all-electric Renault Twingo ZE along with the company’s new E-Tech hybrid technology. The new Twingo will complement the Renault Clio E-Tech hybrid and the Renault Captur E-Tech plug-in hybrid models.
The Renault Mégane has been around since 1995 and sold more than 7 million units. The fourth generation is now either getting a major facelift or this will be a new generation of Mégane altogether. Why are we uncertain? It is a bit of still the same with a lot of brand new and a healthy dollop of wow!
Renault and Otodo now lets you tell your house and everything in it what to do and when – even when you are driving.
If you care more about comfort than speed and handling, get a full-featured car. If you want the hottest hot hatch on the planet, live with less-is-more. The newly-released Renault Megane RS Trophy-R has just been released and it is scorching tracks around the world.
The Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance has promoted Hadi Zablit to the general secretary of the Alliance. This is to fill the void left by the sudden arrest and subsequent ouster of long term chief Carlos Ghosn a year ago.
There is a gap in the South African Renault lineup. It sits just above the super affordable and very popular Kwid, a slightly bigger, more versatile model. Full of features, but still very affordable. Enough power, but light on fuel. Enter the brand new Renault Triber.
Nino Robotics is a French company that develops and manufactures mobility devices for people with disabilities or impaired mobility. Think wheelchairs, but on the next level.
If there is one thing that attracts Renault, it is innovation in transport. The company’s Social and Sustainable Impact Department has therefore signed a partnership agreement with Nino Robotics. They will provide financial and technical support to further improve Nino’s current products and develop new ones, and to take production to an industrial scale.