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.
The Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance have formed a new company to meet future mobility need, mend relationships after Ghosn shock.
In 1982 the Falklands War happened, the movie E.T. made ugly cute, and Time magazine’s person of the year the personal computer. The PC was the cornerstone of much of what we have today, but High-tech Architecture was already well established and in 1982 its high priest had just completed one of the most remarkable buildings in this style.
The building for Renault was not only remarkable because of what it looked like, but also where it was and what it was. It was in unfashionable Swindon and it was an automotive distribution centre.
The French automaker has made its impact in South Africa and around the world for some time. Their small budget cars have taken centre stage with the likes of the Renault Kwid, Renault Sandero and even the Renault Clio.
Now, they’ve even gone one step further with their #GetCloser initiative and we take a closer look at what that means for Renault drivers. At the same time, we wanted to highlight some of the features to remind everyone just how good the Renault Kwid, Renault Sandero and Renault Clio are.
As far as SUVs go, there are many good options and, now, the new generation Renault Koleos is among them. The new generation Renault SUV came to South Africa in February 2019 and according to Renault: “It has been well received by virtue of its extremely competitive pricing for a high-end SUV, loaded with technologically advanced features”.
Put the larger split rear seat flat and you can load a double bass flat in the back of a Renault Duster. Put the bass on its side and you can fit in a string quartet, including the cello. This was not possible in the old shape X-Trail, then considered the king of cargo.
If the reader suspects the writer has first-hand knowledge of the Renault Duster, this is true.
Z.E. stands for Zero Emissions and is the Renault designation for a fully electric vehicle, i.e. no exhaust pipe. Renault is big on electric vehicles, and their plans for the near future are becoming clearer.
It is called Renault Bucharest Connected and finally unites the disparate Dacia facilities Renault bought 20 years ago in one modern complex. This includes an ultra-modern design centre with state of the art resources. There are digital design and modeling facilities and 30 designers and model makers from around the world.
Its official, the new seven-seater Renault Triber is coming to South Africa in 2020. The new Triber is built on Renault’s modular CMF-A+ platform that also underpins the Kwid hatchback. It is the epitome of “value-for-money” slotting in seamlessly above the Renault Kwid and likely set to challenge the Datsun GO+.
The French automaker confirmed that the 2020 Renault Triber will be manufactured in Chennai and sold to the eager public in India at a very competitive price toward the second half of 2019. This new addition to the Renault family has been described as a “joint project” between their Indian and French teams.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi has joined forces with Microsoft to create the Alliance Intelligent Cloud. Wait, what is it? Is it important? Let’s have a look.