Renault News

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

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18 January
Renault Megane RS300 Trophy Vs RS280 Sport: Why Harder Isn't Always Better

The Megane Renault Sport Trophy has a brutally firm ride, so is the RS280 with the standard 'Sport' chassis the answer?

Car Throttle

16 January
Nissan EVs will share platform with Infiniti, Renault, Mitsubishi

Nissan hasn’t launched a completely new dedicated electric vehicle in nearly 10 years. That’s all set to change soon with the introduction of not just one or two new EVs, but an entire new family of them—and potentially, by the middle of the decade,...

Green Car Reports

16 January
Renault Megane RS review: does it work with a paddleshift?

The French are usually best at hot hatches, but can they make a Golf DSG rival?


13 January
Ghosn sues Renault for €250,000 pension payment

Ex-car boss says resignation letter not valid since Japanese authorities forced him to sign Autos

13 January
Nissan/Renault: on manoeuvres

A break-up does not make long-term sense for two weak brands needing to defend margins Autos

13 January
Nissan’s Renault plan, MI5 on Huawei, Boeing crisis

Nissan has accelerated secret contingency planning for a potential split from Renault Autos

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09 January
Renault’s Electrified Brussels Double Act

Renault will debut two electrified powertrains at 2020 Brussels Motor Show including a self-charging hybrid and a PHEV. The urban focused Clio E-Tech hybrid will target city dwellers with little access to EV charge points while the larger crossover...

TU Automotive

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09 January
New Renault Clio E-Tech hybrid unveiled

Everything you need to know about the new Renault Clio - and its new hybrid tech

Car Magazine

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