Renault

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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FRA


Renault

Master Z.E.

2018 A light commercial electric van
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Renault

Twizy/Twizy 45/Twizy Cargo

2012 A 1-/2-seat city commuter electric vehicle
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Renault

ZOE

2012 A compact electric only hatchback
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Renault

Kangoo Z.E./Maxi Z.E.

2011 A light commercial electric van
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 News
Apr 19, 2019

Groupe Renault’s Design Department, already present in France, Romania, South Korea, Brazil and India, is pursuing its strategy of international expansion with the opening of a new design center in Shanghai as the group's seventh design center worldwide.
Renault’s design center in Shanghai will cover all automotive design sectors, including exterior and interior design, colors and materials, UX design and UI design.
The new Renault Design Center Shanghai will imagine and design future Groupe Renault models directly addressing the expectations of Chinese customers.
Renault plans to hire some 20 local designers in the coming months.
Renault press release on April 15, 2019

Apr 18, 2019

On April 17, Group Renault will exhibit the new compact experimental electric and connected LCV called Renault EZ-FLEX at the VIVA Technology fair (5/16-5/18) in Paris. The LCV is designed for sustainable mobility and delivery efficiency in urban areas.
As an electric vehicle, EZ-FLEX can offer a range of 150 km adapted to the needs of urban delivery (urban deliveries require driving 50 km per day on average). The length (3.86 m), width (1.65 m) and height (1.88) are small enough to enable access to car parks.
With an aim to better understand the new challenges of last-mile delivery, Renault EZ-FLEX is initiating a new collaborative approach in that a dozen Renault EZ-FLEX vehicles will be lent to various professionals, companies, cities and municipalities in Europe.
The experiment is expected to last about 2 years. With various professionals in Europe, all relevant data usage will be collected.
The analysis of the data will enable Renault to design vehicles which are better adapted to the evolutions in urban logistics.

(Groupe Renault Press Release)

Apr 15, 2019

On April 12, Renault and Nissan announced that they will establish an R&D joint venture (JV) in Shanghai with each holding an equal share in the business. The JV will also be known as Alliance Innovation Lab Shanghai and will specialize in research and development of autonomous driving, smart connected cars, and EVs. The R&D achievements of the JV will be leveraged not just in China but overseas as well.
Regarding the 2020 alliance mid-term business plan, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi will launch 12 zero-emission EVs and 40 models equipped with different levels of autonomous driving technologies by 2022. Over 90% alliance models worldwide will be equipped with smart connectivity functions by 2022. The alliance also plans to provide robo-vehicle ride-hailing mobility services to customers.
From a Nissan press release 1/2