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Updated Renault Duster and zero safety stars!
Updated Renault Duster and zero safety stars!

The 2022 Renault Duster crossover received 0 stars in the Latin NCAP crash test. During testing by Latin NCAP specialists, the Renault Duster 2022 crossover rolled over, resulting in a fuel leak. Recall that in October 2019, the second generation crossover passed Latin NCAP tests and received a decent four-star rating. Production of the crossover… More

Updated Duster received a new box
Updated Duster received a new box

In Europe, the updated Dacia Duster will be offered with a number of changes starting in September. For example, the SUV received Y-shaped daytime running lights, as well as LED headlights, but they are not available in all trim levels. The interior of the novelty also features an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system monitor with support… More

Mobilize Limo: Why Renault needs another brand?

The new Mobilize Limo is intended for use in car sharing, auto rental and taxi services. Mobilize CEO Clotilde Delbeaux said: “The first model of the Mobilize brand – Limo – was a response to the development of the taxi market. This comprehensive offering, which includes the vehicle itself and a flexible range of services,… More

Electric crossover Renault Megane E-Tech went to the final tests
Electric crossover Renault Megane E-Tech went to the final tests

Renault is preparing a new electric crossover to join the Renault Megane family. Thanks to photo spies, we can see the Megane e-Tech electric up close. The presentation of the novelty will take place at the beginning of September this year during the IAA exhibition in Munich. The Munich Motor Show is the stage where… More

Renault showed a 5-star hotel on wheels
Renault showed a 5-star hotel on wheels

Renault has released a series of teaser images of the new car, which represents a completely revised take on the RV segment. The car is named Hippie Caviar Hotel and is a 5-star hotel that can travel any distance like a regular car. The model is based on the Trafic minivan. So far, the car… More

Revealed the interior of the electric Renault Megan E
Revealed the interior of the electric Renault Megan E

In June 2021, Renault began testing the electric Megan E. A reader of the French magazine La Revue Automobile met a group of test prototypes and was able to photograph the interior. The picture shows that the Megan E will have an L-shaped configuration of combined dashboards and multimedia systems, a compact steering wheel, seats… More

Geely and Renault agreed on technology exchange
Geely and Renault agreed on technology exchange

Chinese holding Geely and Renault Group signed a memorandum of understanding, which involves cooperation in the development of hybrids, the exchange of technologies and resources. It is about creating a joint venture that will produce and sell hybrid vehicles under the Renault brand in China. The agreement also contains a clause on the South Korean… More

Latest information about the new Duster
Latest information about the new Duster

Information about the development of a completely new generation of the French crossover is already circulating throughout Europe with great intensity. According to the French website L’Argus, the third incarnation of the model is in full development and will enter the market around 2024, and will bring important changes both from an aesthetic and technical… More

Renault Clio EV showed on render images
Renault Clio EV showed on render images

The French company keeps up with its competitors and confidently electrifies its products. The brand’s lineup includes three battery-powered superminis, the R5 and Zoe, as well as the Clio with an ICE engine with over 30 years of history and loyal fans. Independent designers decided to represent the future of the model by releasing rendered… More

Renault Clio Lutecia: this was the name of Paris
Renault Clio Lutecia: this was the name of Paris

The British office of Renault opened the acceptance of orders for the Clio in a special version of Lutecia (as Paris was called in Latin BC). In order for the hatchback to “perfectly match” the name, it, in the opinion of the British, is enough to have a “stylish and elegant appearance.” Therefore, the body… More