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Tag Archives: Renault Group
Renault-Nissan and Daimler have announced a partnership today, in which they will cooperate on future vehicles and technologies.
Nissan has released the NV commercial van at the 2010 NTEA Work Truck Show. This is Nissan’s first production commercial vehicle in North America.
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Nissan has released another car to celebrate the 40th birthday of the Z car. It’s called the 370Z Black Edition, and it’s quite a fine looking car, despite the minimal changes.
The World Car of the Year jury has announced their top 10 finalists for 2010. The top 3 will be announced in Geneva, while the actual awards will be given out at the New York International Auto Show.
Renault has launched an S version of their Clio hatchback. It’s supposed to be a hot hatch, but don’t be fooled, as the changes are purely cosmetic.
After a period of rumours that Renault could quit Formula 1, the French manufacturer has announced that it is set to remain committed to their F1 racing programme.
Rumours are flying around saying that Nissan may be reviving the 240SX (Also known as the Silvia).
Renault, maker of all sorts of nice cars like the Twingo RS shown above, is considering returning to North America, after a 22 year absence. Talking to Wall Street Journal, Renault’s Gerard Detourbet, head of the entry-level vehicles division, said … Continue reading
Renault has announced two Twingo based rally cars, meant to race in low-level rallying while still being good daily drivers. These are the Twingo RenaultSport R1 and Twingo RenaultSport R2. They both come equipped with a four-cylinder 1.6L engine, putting … Continue reading