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Jun 19, 2019

On June 11, Renault inaugurated in Curitiba, Brazil its Renault Lab, a space dedicated to the development of sustainable mobility technologies with an emphasis on EVs.
Located within a strong ecosystem of innovation, the objective of the Renault Lab is to connect local professionals, companies, investors and universities.
The facility has more than 58,000 square meters of classrooms, manufacturing spaces, a FabLab and a startup accelerator.
The site also offers postgraduate studies in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering.
(multiple sources on June 11, 2019)

Jun 17, 2019

On June 17, Renault informed that it has launched new ZOE with increased power and range, a host of technological improvements and distinctive new looks.
The launch of the third generation of Renault’s flagship vehicle in its 100% electric range is a major milestone in Renault’s commitment to large scale electric vehicle development. 
New ZOE has a Z.E. 50 battery which takes its range up to 390 kilometers on the WLTP. It now also offers fast direct current charging, an addition to the alternating current charging options already available at home or on the street.
New ZOE adds a more powerful 100 kW motor along with many driving aids designed for comfort and safety.
With Renault EASY CONNECT, New ZOE combines the new Renault EASY LINK multimedia system and the MY Renault app, offering drivers a range of applications and services designed to accompany them throughout their daily activities.

Renault Press Release

Jun 14, 2019

On June 13, Groupe Renault informed that Alpine unveils new Alpine A110S.
The A110S has been engineered to deliver precise handling response and exacting high-speed stability.
Sophisticated styling flourishes inside and out, as well the use of high-end materials such as carbon fibre and Dinamica upholstery, amplify the car’s purposeful nature.
At its core a true Alpine, the A110S is a mid-engined, two-seat car that delivers 292 PS and weighs 1,114 kg. It is engaging to drive at all speeds while still being comfortable in everyday use. Approachable and undemanding to drive, the A110S is faithful to Alpine’s underlying principles of lightweight engineering, compact dimensions and performance through agility.
With engine power increased by 40PS over existing versions of the A110, the A110S is the fastest and most powerful version in the range. The characterful 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine remains, but turbocharger boost pressure is increased by 0.4 bar to deliver greater performance.
The peak power output of 292 PS arrives at 6,400 rpm. Torque is rated at 320 Nm.
A110S is available for booking immediately and the first cars will appear in showrooms in October. Deliveries are due to begin before the end of the year.

Groupe Renault Press Release