Renault's business results improve thanks to European recovery and updated lineups

New Scenic compact MPV and Alaskan one-ton pickup to be launched in 2016



Renault Group revenue (On track)
Renault Group operating margin (Two years ahead of target)

"Drive the Change" midterm target achieved ahead of schedule

  In its "Renault - Drive the Change" midterm business plan released in February 2014, the Renault Group set targets to generate EUR 50 billion in revenue and achieve an operating margin in excess of 5% in 2017. In 2015, Renault's revenue increased to EUR 45.3 billion and its operating margin 5.1%, to meet one of its midterm targets two years ahead of schedule. The Group will strive to boost revenue further through increased sales with rejuvenated lineups, and to keep its operating margin above the 5% mark by reducing costs.

Launching ten new models in 2016

  Renault Group is continuing to aggressively release new products in 2016, launching models in Europe like a new Megane and Scenic, as well as the Talisman Estate. As for areas outside Europe, the Group will release the Kadjar compact SUV in China, Alaskan one-ton pickup truck in Latin America, a new Megane Sedan for some emerging markets, and new Koleos large SUV around the world.

Share of vehicles sold in Europe rises to 61.8% of global sales

  While the European auto market returned to growth, areas outside Europe including Russia and Brazil are in a downturn. The share of vehicles sold in Europe has risen to 61.8% of the company's total sales in the first half of 2016. Outside Europe, sales in Africa, the Middle East, and India increased. In France, Renault's output in the country increased owing to production of Nissan vehicles and transfer of production from other countries in accordance with an agreement signed in 2013 with trade unions to boost plant activity and employment. Renault Group will also pursue its business offensive outside Europe. The Group will maintain all investment plans and extend its lineup of SUVs with three new models in Brazil. In China, the company's joint venture Dongfeng Renault has started production of the Kadjar compact SUV at its Wuhan Plant.

Renault-Nissan Alliance unveils strategy for autonomous driving and connectivity

  The Renault-Nissan Alliance achieved synergies worth EUR 4.3 billion in 2015, meeting the 2016 target one year ahead of schedule. The introduction of the Alliance's Common Module Family (CMF) vehicles as well as convergence of purchasing, development, and production functions accelerated these efforts. The Alliance also unveiled launch plans for the autonomous driving and connectivity technologies.

Business results for H1 2016 and outlook for 2016

  Renault Group posted record sales of 1.57 million units for the first half of 2016. The Group's revenue for the period increased by 13.5% year-over-year (y/y) to EUR 25.2 billion and operating profit grew 40.6% to EUR 1.54 billion with an operating margin of 6.1%. According to Renault Group's outlook released in July 2016, its revenue and operating margin for 2016 are expected to improve from the previous year (EUR 45.3 billion and 5.1%).

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Launching new Megane and Scenic, as well as the Talisman Estate in Europe

  The Renault Group is continuing to aggressively release products in 2016, and will launch ten new models in and outside Europe. In Europe, the Group will release the new Megane hatchback and estate, Scenic five-seat MPV and Grand Scenic five/seven-seat MPV, as well as the D-segment Talisman Estate. All of these new models are underpinned by the CMF C/D architectures developed with Nissan.

  Outside Europe, the Group will release the Kadjar in China and Kaptur in Russia (sold as the Captur in the areas other than Russia) to meet fast-growing demand for SUVs. In South America, the Group will launch the Alaskan global one-ton pickup truck as a follow up to the Duster Oroch, a pickup truck designed for the local market and released in 2015.

Renault Scenic C-segment MPV
New Renault Scenic C-segment MPV (Photo: Renault)
Alaskan: Renault's first one-ton pickup truck
Alaskan: Renault's first one-ton pickup truck (Photo: Renault)

Renault's 2016 new model launch plans for Europe

New Megane Hatchback January 2016 A C-segment hatchback. This model is underpinned by the CMF C/D, a modular architecture developed with Nissan. The hatchback is 64 mm longer (4,359 mm) and 25 mm lower (1,447 mm) than the previous model. The Megane hatchback is manufactured at the Palencia Plant in Spain.
New Megane Estate February 2016 A C-segment station wagon. The Megane Estate GT utilizes the CMF C/D platform to accommodate five passengers and boasts the segment's longest load length.
Talisman Estate First half of 2016 A D-segment station wagon. The Talisman Estate features the same dimensions as the sedan version, which was released as the Laguna's successor in 2015. It is underpinned by the CMF C/D platform and offers luggage space of 1,700 liters.
New Scenic Second half of 2016 A C-segment, five-seat MPV. It is based on the CMF C/D architecture like the Megane and Kadjar. The new Scenic has a higher ground clearance, shorter rear overhang, and wider track than the previous model.
New Grand Scenic Second half of 2016 An MPV with a length of 4,634 mm, which is 24 cm longer than the new Scenic. Like the new Scenic, the Grand Scenic is based on the CMF C/D platform, and it is offered in five- or seven-seat versions.

Renault's 2016 new model launch plans outside Europe

Kadjar First half of 2016
A C-segment compact SUV. It uses the same CMF C/D platform as the Qashqai. The Kadjar is positioned between the Captur and Koleos. The model for the Chinese market is manufactured locally at the Wuhan Plant. (Those for other markets are produced at the Palencia Plant in Spain.)
New Koleos
(Sold as QM6 in Korea)
Second half of 2016 The new Koleos, which is underpinned by the CMF C/D platform, is both larger than the previous model and Renault's first D-segment SUV. The SUV features class-leading cabin space and rear knee room of 289 mm. It is manufactured at the Busan Plant in Korea for 80 countries other than China, and at the Wuhan Plant for Chinese market.
Alaskan Second half of 2016
(South America)
The Alaskan is Renault's first one-ton pickup truck and is based on the Nissan NP300 Navara/Frontier. Renault started sales of the global pickup truck in South America. The Alaskan is manufactured in Mexico, Argentina, and Spain.
Kaptur Second half of 2016
A B-segment crossover SUV. It is sold as the Captur in areas other than Russia. The Kaptur is slightly larger than the Captur for Europe. An all-wheel drive version that enables the Kaptur to cope with the harsh climate in Russia is available. The Kaptur is produced at the Moscow Plant.
New Megane Sedan September 2016 This C-segment sedan is the third new Megane series model following the hatchback and station wagon. It is built on the CMF C/D platform. The Megane sedan is manufactured at the Bursa Plant of OYAK-Renault, a joint venture in Turkey, for sale in 20 countries including Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and Turkey.

Europe: increasing production in France and Spain

  Renault Group has been increasing production and employment in France in accordance with an agreement signed with trade unions. In 2016, the Group started manufacturing the Nissan Micra at its Flins Plant and the Nissan NV300 at its Sandouville Plant. In Spain, facilities and equipment at the Palencia and Valladolid Plants were renovated for production of the new Megane and other models.

France: expansion of production and employment

Recruitment of 399 employees Renault announced it will hire 399 employees at seven sites in France in February 2016. This move is based on agreements signed with three trade unions in 2013. The automaker plans to hire 1,000 employees and 1,000 apprentices at its manufacturing and logistics sites by the end of 2016.
Production enhancement plan in France The agreements mentioned above resulted in increases in Renault's production and employment in France.
* Production of the Nissan Micra (sold as the March in Japan) for sale in Europe will be transferred to the Flins Plant. The plant will manufacture 132,000 units of the Micra annually, starting from the end of 2016.
* Production of gearboxes will be transferred from Portugal to the Cleon Plant. The plant will produce 65,000 units of gearboxes annually.
Manufacturing Nissan NV300 In February 2016, Renault announced that it will produce the Nissan NV300 van, a successor to the Primastar, at the Sandouville Plant. A total of 100,000 units of the NV300 are expected to be manufactured during the period 2016-2026. The automaker invested EUR 230 million in the plant and renovated its equipment over the past three years to transform the plant into a center for van production. The Sandouville Plant is currently manufacturing the Renault Trafic and Opel Vivaro and will produce the Fiat Talento in the future. All three vans are sibling models of the NV300.

Spain: starting production of new Megane at Palencia Plant

Palencia Plant Renault invested EUR 600 million in its Palencia Plant from 2014 to 2016 to upgrade the body shop, paint shop, and assembly plant facilities. The automaker started manufacturing the new Megane at the plant in November 2015 following the Kadjar in the spring of the same year. Accordingly, the Palencia workforce has increased in the last eighteen months from 1,900 to 4,200. The Megane and Kadjar are based on the CMF C/D platform.
Valladolid Plant In May 2016, Renault announced plans to invest EUR 600 million in its Valladolid Plant to renovate the equipment. The automaker plans to manufacture a new model and a new type of engine in the period 2017-2020.

Latin America: expansion of production facilities in Brazil and Argentina

  Renault Group will not adjust its investment plans in Brazil despite the stagnant economy there. The Group plans to start local production of the Captur and Kwid SUVs while it will import and sell the Koleos luxury SUV in Brazil. In Argentina, the Renault-Nissan Alliance will invest to build a pickup manufacturing line for Renault, Nissan, and Daimler vehicles.

Brazil: extending its lineup with three SUVs, maintaining investment plans

Production and sales of new SUVs In August 2016, Renault announced that it will extend its lineup with three SUVs joining the Renault Duster compact SUV in Brazil. The company intends to expand its share of the fast-growing SUV market. Renault plans to launch the Captur B-segment SUV in the first half of 2017, and the Kwid A-segment SUV and the Koleos top-of-the-range SUV by the end of the same year. The Koleos will be imported while the Captur and Kwid will be produced at the Curitiba Plant in Brazil.
Maintaining investment plans In August 2016, Renault confirmed that all investments announced for Brazil have been maintained despite the stagnant economy. The automaker completed an investment of BRL 1.5 billion ahead of schedule for the first phase of its plan (2010-2015). Renault plans to invest a further BRL 500 million for the second phase (2014-2019).

Argentina: Renault-Nissan Alliance invests USD 800 million through 2018

Production of pickups for Renault, Nissan and Daimler In July 2016, The Renault-Nissan Alliance unveiled plans to invest USD 800 million in Argentina through 2018. USD 600 million will be used to build a dedicated pickup manufacturing line for Renault, Nissan and Daimler. The line will be installed at Renault's Cordoba Plant with an annual production capacity of 70,000 units. The Alliance plans to start manufacturing the Nissan NP300 Frontier in 2018, followed by the Renault Alaskan and a pickup model for Daimler by the end of 2019.
Renault produces new models Renault plans to invest remaining USD 200 million. A USD 100 million investment was announced in March 2015 for production of the Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan. The automaker will invest another USD 100 million in a new model to be produced in Argentina.

China: Dongfeng Renault joint venture starts production of Kadjar

China: Dongfeng Renault opens Wuhan Plant

Starting Kadjar production Dongfeng Renault Automotive Company, a joint venture between Dongfeng Motors and Renault, started operations at its Wuhan Plant in February 2016. The joint venture began production at the plant with the Kadjar compact SUV which was released for sale in March. The plant has an annual production capacity of 150,000 units that could be doubled to 300,000 units. The local component content of Renault brand vehicles built in China reached 80%.
Koleos Production In April 2016, Renault unveiled the flagship Koleos SUV at the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition. The SUV is for the Chinese market and is produced at the Wuhan Plant. (The Koleos for 80 other countries will be manufactured at the Busan Plant in South Korea.)
Production of EV In September 2015, Dongfeng Renault announced plans to start production of an electric vehicle (EV) in 2017. The EV model will be based on the Renault Fluence Z.E. and manufactured at the Wuhan Plant. It will be released under the Dongfeng brand exclusively for the Chinese market.

Other markets: activities in India, Turkey, and Morocco

India: expanding market share with Lodgy and Lodgy Stepway MPVs and Kwid SUV

Launch of Lodgy In April 2015, Renault launched the Lodgy; the first MPV the company sells in India. (The Lodgy is sold under the Dacia brand in Europe.) The standard version seats eight people while a seven-seat version is also available. The MPV is produced at The Renault-Nissan Alliance's Oragadam Plant and priced between INR 759,000 and 974,000. The automaker expects to expand its market share in India from 2% in 2014 to 5% within two years through entering the MPV market.
Launch of Lodgy Stepway Renault released the Lodgy Stepway, a new version of the Lodgy with crossover styling in June 2015. The Lodgy Stepway is priced between INR 1,199,000 and 1,229,000.
Launch of Kwid Renault launched the Kwid, a compact hatchback featuring SUV styling for the Indian market, in fall 2015. It is the first model to use the CMF-A modular architecture developed with Nissan. The Kwid comes with a three-cylinder 800cc engine. In summer 2016, a version with a 1.0-liter engine was added. The Kwid is produced at The Renault-Nissan Alliance's Oragadam Plant in India and priced between INR 264,000 and 396,000. The hatchback will also be sold in other emerging and international markets.

Turkey: producing Megane sedans at OYAK-Renault's plant

In September 2016, Renault started production of the new Megane C-segment sedan at the Bursa Plant operated by its Turkish joint venture Oyak-Renault. The sedan is the third version of the new Megane series. Renault invested EUR 200 million in research and development, as well as for renovation of the facilities and equipment for production of the sedan. The Megane sedan is produced exclusively at the Bursa plant. The automaker plans to manufacture 90,000 units of the Megane sedan annually and export 80% of the vehicles to 20 countries including Algeria, Saudi Arabia, and Australia.

Morocco: partnership with government to set up a supply platform

In April 2016, Renault concluded a partnership with the Moroccan government to set up a structured ecosystem that will constitute a global supply platform. The total investment will amount to MAD 10.4 billion. This platform will provide parts not only to the Tangier Plant in Morocco but to other Renault's plants around the world as well. With this investment, the local component content of vehicles produced in the country will be raised from 32% to 65% and annual parts sales will grow to MAD 20 billion. The Tangier Plant has an annual production capacity of 340,000 units, which is to be expanded to 400,000 units in the future.
(Note: MAD 1 = approx. USD 0.103 as of the end of September 2016)

Renault-Nissan to collaborate on development of technologies for autonomous driving and connectivity

  The Renault-Nissan Alliance has fully adopted the jointly developed Common Module Family (CMF) architecture for vehicles, and synergies in purchasing, engineering, and manufacturing functions have been accelerating. The Alliance will collaborate on research and development of advanced technologies for purposes including autonomous driving and connectivity in the future and unveiled related launch plans.

Renault-Nissan Alliance: achieving synergy target one year ahead of schedule

Achieving synergy target of EUR 4.3 billion In July 2016, the Renault-Nissan Alliance announced that it generated EUR 4.3 billion in synergies in 2015, up 13% from the previous year. In 2014, the two companies integrated four major functions including engineering; manufacturing, engineering, and supply chain management; purchasing; and human resources. As a result of this, the Alliance expected to achieve its goal of generating EUR 4.3 billion in annualized synergies by 2016. This target was achieved one year ahead of schedule.
EUR 5.5 billion in synergies expected in 2018 The Alliance expects 70% of its vehicles to be built on CMF architectures by 2020. Cross-production of vehicles will also continue to be a major driver of manufacturing synergies. The Alliance will collaborate on research and development of advanced technologies for purposes including autonomous driving and connectivity in the days ahead. Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn expects to generate at least EUR 5.5 billion in synergies in 2018.

Renault-Nissan Alliance's autonomous driving technology timeline

In January 2016, the Renault-Nissan Alliance unveiled plans to launch more than ten vehicles with autonomous driving technology by 2020. The Alliance will install the technology on mainstream vehicles in Japan, Europe, the U.S, and China.
2016 Introduction of vehicles with "single-lane control," which allows cars to drive autonomously on highways. Nissan installed this technology (ProPILOT) on the Serena launched in August 2016.
2018 Introduction of vehicles with "multiple-lane control," which can autonomously negotiate hazards and change lanes during highway driving.
2020 Introduction of vehicles with "intersection autonomy," which can navigate city intersections and heavy urban traffic without driver intervention. (It will be possible for drivers to activate or deactivate the Alliance's autonomous driving technology as they please.)

Renault-Nissan Alliance's connectivity technology timeline

When the Renault-Nissan Alliance announced a launch plan for vehicles with autonomous driving technology, it also confirmed a timeline to launch a suite of connectivity applications. These applications will make it easier for people in the vehicle to stay connected to work, entertainment, and social networks.
Second half of 2016 Introduction of a new automotive application for mobile devices, which allows remote interaction with the vehicle.
2017 Introduction of the "Alliance Multimedia System", which provides navigation features as well as smartphone integration and wireless map updates.
2018 Introduction of "Alliance Connectivity & Internet of Things" platform, which supports the "Virtual Personal Assistant" feature for individual and business customers.

Renault-Nissan Alliance: acquisition and partnership for development of connected car technology

Acquisition of French software-development company In September 2016, the Renault-Nissan Alliance announced that it acquired the French software-development company Sylpheo. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Sylpheo's team of 40 engineers and consultants will bring software development and cloud engineering expertise to the Alliance. Sylpheo acquisition enables the Alliance to accelerate the expansion of its connected car and mobility services programs. In January 2016, the Alliance launched a recruitment campaign to hire 300 technology experts to develop connectivity technologies.
Partnership with Microsoft The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Microsoft Corp. signed a multiyear agreement in September 2016 to partner on next-generation connected car technologies. The two companies will work together to develop next-generation connected services based on Microsoft Azure, one of Microsoft's cloud platforms. These new services will include advanced navigation systems, remote monitoring of car features, and wireless updates of autonomous driving software.

Global unit sales for H1 2016 reach record 1,568,000 units

Renault Group  unit
sales by region

  Renault Group's global unit sales for the first half of 2016 increased by 13.4% y/y to 1,568,000 units, which set a new record high for the first half of the year. In Europe, sales climbed 14% thanks to successful launches of new Renault brand models including the Kadjar, Espace, Talisman, and Megane. Sales outside Europe grew 12.5% with a 38.2% increase in sales for the region incorporating Africa, the Middle East, and India. Sales were on the upswing in India, where the SUV-like hatchback Kwid has been successful, as well as in Iran where global trade resumed.

  By brand, unit sales of the Renault brand vehicles increased by 16% owing to the success of new models. Sales of the Dacia brand vehicles also grew 2.7%. Both brands recorded highest ever sales for the first half of the year. Sales of the Renault Samsung brand vehicles increased by 25.9% thanks to the SM6 midsize sedan (based on the Renault Talisman) released in March 2016.

Renault Group unit sales by region


2014 2015 Change
2015 vs 2014
Jan.-Jun. 2015 Jan.-Jun. 2016 Change H1 2016 vs
H1 2015
Europe 1,464,611 1,613,499 10.2% 849,436 968,632 14.0%
Americas 416,934 355,151 -14.8% 163,288 158,390 -3.0%
Asia-pacific 133,172 116,868 -12.2% 59,168 66,727 12.8%
Africa Middle-East India 308,012 359,858 16.8% 151,041 208,715 38.2%
Eurasia 389,703 356,216 -8.6% 159,189 165,510 4.0%
Group 2,712,432 2,801,592 3.3% 1,382,122 1,567,974 13.4%

Source: Renault Earnings Report 2014, 2015, H1 2015, and H1 2016

(Note) 1. In 2014, Renault adjusted its geographic divisions. According to the new divisions; Europe includes Western and Central Europe; the Americas include South and Central America (the Renault Group does not have a presence in the U.S. and Canada); the Asia-Pacific includes Japan, China, South Korea, and other Asian countries; Africa, the Middle-East, and India include countries in Africa and the Middle East, India, and Pakistan; and Eurasia includes Russia, CIS countries, Eastern Europe, and Turkey.

2. Since January 2016, unit sales for China are reported based on retail sales. They were previously reported based on wholesale figures. Figures for Jan.-Jun. 2015 and Jan.-Jun. 2016 in the table above show retail sales.

Renault Group unit sales by brand


2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Jan.-Jun. 2015 Jan.-Jun. 2016
Renault 2,261,271 2,122,892 2,131,490 2,118,844 2,170,644 1,055,078 1,223,448
Dacia 343,477 360,039 429,596 511,465 550,920 289,775 297,609
Renault Samsung 118,135 65,691 67,097 82,123 80,028 37,269 46,917
Total 2,722,883 2,548,622 2,628,183 2,712,432 2,801,592 1,382,122 1,567,974
Passenger cars 2,360,142 2,211,794 2,304,439 2,368,090 2,414,503 1,198,275 1,353,660
Commercial vehicles 362,741 336,828 323,744 344,342 387,089 183,847 214,314
Source: Renault Earnings Report 2011-2015, H1 2015 and H1 2016

Operating profit for H1 2016 hits record high of EUR 1.54 billion

Renault Group business

  Renault Group's revenue for the first half of 2016 increased by 13.5% y/y to EUR 25,185 million and operating profit grew 40.6% to EUR 1,541 million. Operating margin improved by 1.2 percentage points to 6.1%. Operating profit hit a record high for the first half of the year thanks to the success of new models and diversified lineups designed for each region.

  Operating profit was boosted by increased unit sales, a better product mix, and the declining cost of raw materials, while it was reduced by losses on foreign exchange and increased costs (including R&D costs to deal with diesel issues and start-up costs of new models). The Group will focus on cost reduction in the second half of 2016.

  According to the Group's outlook disclosed in July 2016, at a constant exchange rate, its revenue and operating margin for the full year of 2016 are expected to surpass those of the previous year.

Renault Group consolidated results

(in million EUR)

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Jan.-Jun.
Group revenues 42,628 40,720 40,932 41,055 45,327 22,197 25,185
(Automotive revenue) 40,679 38,612 38,775 38,874 43,108 21,065 24,078
Group operating profit 1,091 782 1,242 1,609 2,320 1,096 1,541
% of revenues 2.6% 1.9% 3.0% 3.9% 5.1% 4.9% 6.1%
(Automotive operating profit) 330 34 495 858 1,496 680 1,121
Contribution from associated companies 1,524 1,475 1,444 1,362 1,371 678 895
(Nissan) 1,332 1,213 1,498 1,559 1,976 749 979
(Avtovaz) 49 186 (34) (182) (620) (75) (87)
Net income 2,139 1,712 695 1,998 2,960 1,567 1,452
Source: Renault Earnings Report 2011-2015, H1 2015 and H1 2016

Production forecast by LMC Automotive: Renault Group's global production to reach 4.04 million units in 2019

(LMC Automotive, August 2016)

Renault Group light
vehicle production forecast

  The combination of a strong model policy and a healthy exposure to the fastest-growing European markets has helped Renault Group get off to a good start to 2016. According to LMC Automotive's forecast released in August 2016, Renault Group's global production (including the Renault, Dacia, Samsung, and Lada brand vehicles) is expected to be 3.46 million units in 2016, up 10.8% y/y. The group's production will continue to rise and reach 4.04 million units in 2019 for growth of 16.8% compared with 2016.

  In Europe, Renault Group's relatively young model line-up will aid competitiveness, but exposure to the downgraded UK market following the surprise Brexit result will provide a drag on growth.

  In France, plant reorganizations and transfers of production volume back towards the country from other global operations are boosting capacity utilization at some facilities. The group's French production is projected to grow 10.9% y/y to 709,953 units in 2016. LMC Automotive expects that production in the country will decrease gradually to 647,221 units in 2019, down 8.8% from 2016.

  With the collapse of the Russian market, the Renault Group's production in the country is forecasted to drop 3.2% y/y to 418,132 units in 2016. As a longer-term recovery at the Russian Lada operation is expected, the group's production will increase to 481,386 units in 2017 and continue to grow to 636,792 units in 2019, a 52.3% increase compared with 2016.

  In India, Renault Group is projected to experience robust growth in 2016, leading to a 156.7% increase in output over 2015, thanks to the huge success of Renault's SUV-like entry-level car, the Kwid. LMC Automotive forecasts that the group's production in the country will continue to grow and reach 200,994 units in 2019, up 39.8% from 2016.

  The Renault Group's Chinese joint venture Dongfeng Renault Automotive Company has started Renault vehicle production in February 2016. The newly-launched Kadjar was the first vehicle to be manufactured at the plant in Wuhan. The group's production in China is expected to total 31,955 units in 2016. LMC Automotive projects that production in the country will increase more than fivefold over the next three years and reach 168,643 units in 2019.

Renault Group production forecasts (LMC Automotive, August 2016)


COUNTRY GLOBAL MAKE 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Renault Group Renault 1,571,285 1,582,537 1,755,047 2,035,236 2,090,153 2,095,557 2,227,342
Dacia 1,063,846 1,063,555 1,048,770 1,120,751 1,134,741 1,301,337 1,324,219
Lada 505,320 395,034 307,527 293,495 366,501 437,195 481,796
Samsung 4,185 4,993 8,717 6,495 6,173 6,709 4,621
Total 3,144,636 3,046,119 3,120,061 3,455,977 3,597,568 3,840,798 4,037,978
France Renault 485,249 510,922 640,253 709,953 695,040 674,912 647,221
Russia Lada 497,173 390,324 305,631 286,742 352,086 418,544 460,722
Dacia 187,645 188,897 124,516 115,742 97,076 99,599 104,122
Renault 10,754 13,379 2,006 15,648 32,224 39,696 71,948
Samsung 426 0 0 0 0 0 0
Russia sub-total 695,998 592,600 432,153 418,132 481,386 557,839 636,792
Spain Renault 324,583 390,264 465,316 561,466 553,586 529,322 472,853
Romania Dacia 333,707 338,593 339,204 312,559 311,564 376,798 335,896
Renault 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,365
Romania sub-total 333,707 338,593 339,204 312,559 311,564 376,798 376,261
Morocco Dacia 161,399 226,141 289,465 325,172 335,904 343,229 346,947
Renault 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 0
Morocco sub-total 166,399 226,141 289,465 325,172 335,904 343,229 346,947
Turkey Renault 324,252 305,840 337,474 330,248 282,272 248,639 277,469
Iran Dacia 31,773 27,319 37,986 81,072 102,985 134,316 160,351
Renault 3,450 171 0 0 14,837 44,535 58,303
Iran sub-total 35,223 27,490 37,986 81,072 117,822 178,851 218,654
India Renault 12,854 5,069 20,922 114,956 112,994 117,391 160,235
Dacia 60,200 46,353 35,067 28,793 31,008 33,181 40,759
India sub-total 73,054 51,422 55,989 143,749 144,002 150,572 200,994
Brazil Dacia 205,855 177,721 141,129 133,108 102,917 111,144 118,319
Renault 63,167 37,132 42,006 33,362 54,909 63,572 70,165
Brazil sub-total 269,022 214,853 183,135 166,470 157,826 174,716 188,484
China Renault 0 0 0 31,955 65,356 89,657 168,643
Korea Renault 121,701 120,677 78,777 97,791 136,234 149,687 126,956
Samsung 3,759 4,993 8,717 6,495 6,173 6,709 4,621
Korea sub-total 125,460 125,670 87,494 104,286 142,407 156,396 131,577
Slovenia Renault 93,693 106,514 87,926 83,821 104,044 103,492 94,602
Argentina Dacia 0 0 0 14,170 28,428 50,137 58,224
Renault 117,635 80,877 75,610 52,001 35,771 24,108 25,708
Argentina sub-total 117,635 80,877 75,610 66,171 64,199 74,245 83,932
Algeria Dacia 0 1,445 19,352 39,384 54,486 66,235 73,346
Colombia Dacia 61,899 36,223 43,305 58,150 60,646 62,148 63,395
Renault 8,927 11,159 4,670 4,022 2,886 3,147 3,466
Colombia sub-total 70,826 47,382 47,975 62,172 63,532 65,295 66,861
South Africa Dacia 21,201 20,398 18,322 12,364 9,668 24,485 22,778
Kazakhstan Lada 6,953 4,589 1,896 6,753 14,415 18,651 21,074
Mexico Renault 0 0 0 0 0 7,399 9,408
Indonesia Dacia 167 465 424 237 59 65 82
UK Renault 20 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ukraine Lada 1,194 121 0 0 0 0 0
Malaysia Renault 0 533 87 13 0 0 0

Source: LMC Automotive "Global Automotive Production Forecast (August 2016)

(Note) 1. Data indicate figures of only small-size vehicles, including passenger cars and light commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of under 6 tons.

2. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any data will require permission of LMC Automotive.

For more detailed information or inquiries of forecast data, please contact LMC Automotive.

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