Renault and Nissan have been accused of emissions cheating by law firm Harcus Parker, which claims that up to 1.3 million cars could be fitted with a ‘defeat’ device.
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Renault has revealed Morphoz, a new concept car that can be fitted with additional batteries when a longer range is required.
Renault has given the Megane a mid-life refresh, introducing a plug-in hybrid engine, new infotainment system and enhanced driver assistance systems.
Renault will launch the E-Tech Hybrid version of its Clio and E-Tech Plug-In Captur and Megane this year, with the first models going on sale in June.
Renault has extended the warranty it provides with all new cars to five years.
Significant improvements to the interior quality and space with a sleeker restyled body
Zoe could be a big hit with fleets as it promises comparable lead times to ICE-powered cars.
Manufacturers are struggling to match the supply of BEVs with demand often citing battery shortages as the reason.
Groupe Renault has started a public trial of its on-demand car service in Paris using autonomous, electric and shared Zoe Cab vehicles.
Plug-in pedigree and streamlined range have big fleet appeal
Scottish Fire & Rescue Service has ordered 45 Renault Zoe electric vehicles to support its frontline operations.
Renault has announced prices for the refreshed Koleos, which is offered with two new engines for better efficiency.
Renault's third-generation Zoe will be available to order from mid-September priced from £18,670.
East Hertfordshire will benefit from a fleet of new electric vehicles, available for use through Europcar’s E-Car car sharing platform.
Renault has revealed the all-new Renault Captur compact MPV, following the launch of the all-new Clio.
Sales of electric vehicles are being constrained by battery supply. We look at why this is and what the future holds
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has withdrawn its proposal to merge with Renault after the French carmaker’s board failed to reach a decision.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles proposal would save €5 billion a year by sharing development costs on technology such as electric vehicles and self-driving cars.
Vulog and Groupe Renault will begin building electric vehicles ready for car sharing services, under a new partnership.
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