Tag: Renault

R5 Turbo 3 Is A New Restomod Paying Respect To The Original Homologation Special

As we go through the golden era of restomods, a group of French automotive enthusiasts came together to design and build the ultimate version of their favorite Group B homologation-special youngtimer from the ’80s. Thus, the Renault Turbo 3 was born, as a limited production mid-engined hot hatch designed without any cost-related compromises by the newly established […]

Read More

France And Germany Are Fighting EU Plan To Ban Combustion Cars By 2035

With the European Union expected to announce new emissions targets tomorrow that would effectively end the sale of internal combustion engines by 2035, the French and German governments will try to delay the measure and introduce a longer-lasting phase-out period. An unnamed French official in President Emmanuel Macron’s office said that the French government backs […]

Read More

Renault’s HYVIA Venture Will Offer Fuel Cell LCVs And Hydrogen Refuelling Stations

Renault Group announced the HYVIA venture which will offer a range of light commercial vehicles with hydrogen fuel cell technology by the end of 2021 throughout Europe. The French-based company will also focus on sustainable hydrogen production, storage, and distribution while assembling hydrogen refueling stations in Flins, France, offering them for rent or purchase. HYVIA […]

Read More

Envision AESC And Verkor Will Supply Batteries To Renault Group

Renault Group announced its collaboration with Chinese company Envision AESC and French start-up Verkor to build batteries for its future electric vehicle range. The report comes three days after Renault’s partnership with Franco-Italian electronics company STMicroeletronics for the development of microchips for electric and hybrid models. Autonews Europe reports that Envision AESC will invest up to €2 […]

Read More

Renault And STMicroeletronics Partner On Microchips For EVs And Hybrids

Renault announced a new deal with STMicroeletronics, a Franco-Italian electronics company, to develop microchips that will make its hybrids and EVs more efficient. “ST and Renault Group share a common vision for more sustainable mobility,” said Jean-Marc Chery, CEO of STMicroelectronics, in a statement. “This partnership will be another step forward in the progressive decarbonization […]

Read More