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03/02/2016
Fourth largest car group posts steady sales despite macroeconomic downturn in Russia and Brazil Renault and Nissan brands achieve all-time records, thanks to strong sales in USA, China and Europe Alliance remains zero-emission leader;...
Connected Energy and Renault to collaborate on energy storage and EV charging technology
  • Renault will provide used EV batteries to Connected Energy Ltd for second-life application in its E-STOR product 
  • E-STOR is a revolutionary energy storage system that can reduce costs and enable more flexible and efficient use of energy – including high capacity fast charging 
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Olive stones, almonds and argan nutshells are fuelling the Alliance's goal of carbon-neutral production in Tangier
As the Renault-Nissan builds new factories around the world, great attention is being paid to making them more sustainable. The shining example is the Alliance’s new plant in Tangier, Morocco, which is the only automotive plant in the world to have had its CO2 emission reduction program recognized by the United Nations’ Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).
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Renault-Nissan Alliance executives on Silicon Valley and future of driving

The Renault-Nissan Alliance plans to launch more than ten models with Autonomous Drive technology over the next four years.

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Nissan's advanced lithium-ion battery plant in Sunderland to make future generation electric vehicle batteries
  • Announcement comes as Nissan launches third generation all-electric LEAF with class-leading range of up to 250km.

  • Two billion electric miles driven by over 200,000 Nissan EVs worldwide. 

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JAN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Preparing connectivity technology for autonomous cars

Preparing connectivity technology for autonomous cars
In a new video, Renault offers an insight into the in-car technology and human-machine interfaces that  will make life easier for drivers of autonomous vehicles. The video follows the announcement earlier this  month that the Renault-Nissan Alliance will be launching more than 10 autonomous drive vehicles by  2020. 
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JAN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Carlos Ghosn interview with Maria Bartiromo in Davos

Carlos Ghosn interview with Maria Bartiromo in Davos

Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke to Maria Bartiromo from Fox Business on the impact of the global economy and oil prices on the auto industry and the latest trends in cars and driving during the World Economic Forum in Davos. Watch the video below for more: 

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Highlights from Carlos Ghosn's media Q&A at 2016 Detroit motor show

In a wide-ranging question and answer session at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn commented on the global auto market in 2016, including China, zero-emission vehicles, and the need for alliances. Watch this video for more:

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JAN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The Millionth Kangoo rolls out of Renault's Maubeuge Plant

The Millionth Kangoo rolls out of Renault's Maubeuge Plant

• Renault’s Maubeuge plant in Northern France has produced its millionth second-generation Kangoo.

• Renault has been producing this leisure activity vehicle model and its LCV counterpart in France since 2007.

• The future owner of the millionth Kangoo is a retail customer in Japan.

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Why hot chocolate fans will love the Nissan LEAF at Davos this month
At first glance you’d be forgiven for thinking the Nissan LEAF is just a car, albeit something of a pioneer. It is, after all, the world’s favourite electric car, one that can get you from A to B comfortably and safely without any tailpipe emissions. 
 
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JAN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault is the electric vehicle market leader in Europe

Renault is the electric vehicle market leader in Europe
  • In 2015, Renault was the best performing brand in EV sales in Europe.
  • Renault’s EV sales rose 49% to 23,086 units in 2015, with a 23.6% market share.
  • ZOE is the best­selling full­electric car in Europe.
  • Kangoo Z.E. is the best­selling electric LCV in Europe.
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