Emerging Markets

The Renault-Nissan Alliance at the World Economic Forum on Latin America
From left to right: Luis Fernando Pelaez, President and General Manager of Renault Argentina, Jose Valls, SVP, Chairman of Latin America, Nissan, Olivier Murguet, SVP, Chairman for the Americas Region, Groupe Renault
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partner of the World Economic Forum, which recently summoned more than one thousand leaders in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
 
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13
MAY
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault announces the manufacturing of Kwid in Brazil

Renault announces the manufacturing of Kwid in Brazil
  • Developed in Brazil on a global platform, the new model will be produced in Renault’s Ayrton Senna Industrial Complex in Curitiba
     
  • The Brazilian Kwid has been adapted by Renault Technology Americas (RTA) and Renault Design Latin America (RDLA)
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11
MAY
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

From Beijing: Carlos Ghosn on key industry topics

From Beijing: Carlos Ghosn on key industry topics
Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn held a question-and-answer session with international media at this year’s Beijing Motor Show. During the event he talked about the global surge of SUVs and crossovers, the Alliance’s electric vehicle strategy in China and the development of autonomous drive technologies.
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30
MAR
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Disruption in the Auto Industry: It’s Time to Embrace the Change

Disruption in the Auto Industry: It’s Time to Embrace the Change
The following LinkedIn Influencer post is excerpted from a keynote speech Carlos Ghosn gave at the opening of the New York International Auto Show on March 23. Click here to access the post.
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Geneva buzz: Carlos Ghosn on crossovers, F1 and electric and autonomous drive vehicles

Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn held a wide-ranging question and answer session with the media at the 86th Geneva International Motor Show.

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Renault Kwid - the first Alliance vehicle built on CMF-A architecture

The Renault Kwid compact hatchback for India, which will have a starting price of 300,000 rupees (about 4,200 euros), is built on the Alliance’s CMF-A architecture. CMF stands for Common Module Family and is the Alliance’s unique modular system of vehicle architecture. 

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02
JUN
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The Renault KWID: A global car built on a global platform

The Renault KWID: A global car built on a global platform

The new Renault KWID compact hatchback unveiled in India in May is aimed at the Indian A-segment, which accounts for about 25% of the market. The car is expected to be a strong contender in the market thanks to its SUV design, fuel efficiency as well as functionalities important for the Indian consumer, including a large trunk and a spacious interior. The car is built on the Alliance’s CMF-A platform and will cost between 300,000 rupees (about 4,200 euros) to 400,000 rupees. To find out more, watch this video here.

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22
MAY
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Less is More: CEO Carlos Ghosn on Frugal Engineering

Less is More: CEO Carlos Ghosn on Frugal Engineering

In his latest LinkedIn Influencer post, Ghosn writes that rising demand, especially in emerging markets, will require companies to come up with creative solutions to limit the impact on the world’s resources.

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Renault unveils Kwid in India - first car built on Alliance's CMF-A architecture
Renault has unveiled the new Kwid for the Indian market. The compact hatchback is Renault’s first global car launched in India which is expected to become the world’s fourth-largest market in the next few years. The car is built on the Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF-A architecture. CMF stands for Common Module Family and is the Alliance’s unique modular system of architecture. CMF-A covers the smallest and most affordable category of cars. Kwid will retail for between 300,000 rupees (about 4,200 euros) and 400,000 rupees. This is Renault’s first entry into the A segment in India which accounts for about 25% of new car sales. The car will be built at the Alliance plant in Chennai.
 
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MAY
2015
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China, growth pillar for the Renault-Nissan Alliance

China, growth pillar for the Renault-Nissan Alliance

Nissan’s objective is to sell more than 1.3 million units in China this year in its bid to position itself as the No. 1 Japanese brand.Meanwhile, Renault’s first manufacturing plant in China will start building vehicles this year, leveraging Nissan’s know-how and experience in China these past 12 years.

Watch this video to find out how Renault and Nissan are working together to grow their presence in the Chinese market. 

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