Renault-Nissan Alliance and Transdev to jointly develop driverless vehicle fleet system for future public and on-demand transportation

Companies sign research contract to develop mobility services system for self-driving vehicles.

PARIS (Feb. 27, 2017) – The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Transdev have agreed to jointly explore development of mobility services with fleets of electric driverless vehicles for public and on-demand transportation.          

Hiroto Saikawa appointed as Nissan Chief Executive Officer

At the recommendation of Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn, the Nissan Board of Directors has decided that as of April 1, 2017, Hiroto Saikawa will assume the position of Chief Executive Officer.

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The Renault-Nissan Alliance new Facts & Figures booklet for 2017

Renault-Nissan has released its new Facts & Figures booklet to celebrate the 18th anniversary of the Alliance.

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Nissan signs actor Margot Robbie as its first electric vehicle ambassador
Actor Margot Robbie has been revealed as Nissan's new electric vehicle (EV) ambassador by racing the carmaker's radical all-electric BladeGlider sports car around the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix circuit, at midnight.
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Renault E.Dams win Buenos Aires ePrix

Renault E.Dams win Buenos Aires ePrix

Renault e.dams has won the third ePrix of season three of the FIA Formula E Championship with a mature and confident drive from Sébastien Buemi on the Puerto Madero circuit. The win is Séb’s third in a row and the team’s sixth consecutive victory, taking the Renault e.dams tally to twelve from twenty-four ePrix since the series inauguration, a 50% success rate.                                                     

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What drives Carlos Ghosn chapter 6: Crises and opportunities

What drives Carlos Ghosn chapter 6: Crises and opportunities
Carlos Ghosn with the Nissan Leaf, the first mass-produced electric car in the world.

In this new chapter, Carlos Ghosn recalls the enormous challenge that represented facing the economic crisis that started in September 2008. While he adjusted his management philosophy for the bumpy months ahead, he launched the Nissan Leaf: the first mass-produced electric car in the world.

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Your Future Driving Experience with Auto Expert, Bill Russo

Your Future Driving Experience with Auto Expert, Bill Russo

Few observers of the evolution of the automotive scene have had a better vantage point than Bill Russo.
 

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What drives Carlos Ghosn Chapter 5: Nissan growth

What drives Carlos Ghosn Chapter 5: Nissan growth
Carlos Ghosn revived the GT-R sports car to inspire Nissan employees and help burnish the brand.

In this fifth chapter, Carlos Ghosn remembers when he travelled to China and created a historic joint-venture between Nissan and the state-owned automaker called Dongfeng.
 
Today, the company’s sales in China are a significant contributor to the global totals and, as Carlos Ghosn says "we see tremendous opportunity for low- and even zero-emission vehicles to be developed in the Chinese market."
 
The Alliance's CEO also recalls his first year as the leader of both Nissan Motor and Renault and when he announced the revival of an icon: the high-performance GT-R sports car. 
Read the fifth chapter here: Chapter 5: Nissan growth

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Renault-Nissan Alliance delivers significant growth in 2016, extends electric vehicle sales record
 
Alliance sales reach 9,961,347 vehicles in 2016 – one in nine cars sold worldwide.
The Alliance confirms its zero-emission* leadership; cumulative sales reach 424,797 electric vehicles worldwide.
18-year old partnership sees boost in innovation for the vehicle of the future.
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What drives Carlos Ghosn, chapter 4: "Nissan turnaround"

What drives Carlos Ghosn, chapter 4: "Nissan turnaround"
Carlos Ghosn moved to Japan in 1999.

In the fourth chapter of this special multi-part series, Carlos Ghosn recalls his first months managing Nissan in Japan and mapping out a plan to save and reshuffle Nissan's structure.

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