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  • Reuters

    Renault's Ampere starts development of new electric Twingo, sources say

    Renault will start engineering work on a more affordable version of its electric Twingo model this month, two sources told Reuters, with production targeted in two years as it seeks to stave off intense competition from Chinese rivals. China's automakers, the world's top producers of electric vehicles, are making fast inroads in the European market, pressuring incumbents like Renault to cut costs and speed up the time it takes to bring a new model to market. The "freeze concept" for Renault's new electric Twingo, where the vehicle's outline is validated and set, took place last week, said the two sources familiar with the matter.

  • Reuters

    Renault to invest $320 million, hire 550 workers to make electric vans in Northern France

    French car maker Renault plans to invest 300 million euros ($323.25 million) in its assembly plant located in Sandouville in northern France to make new-generation electric vans from 2026. The project to build a light van, designed in particular for last-mile delivery of parcels, is part of Renault's electric vehicle unit Flexis, a joint venture with Sweden's Volvo and French shipping and logistics giant CMA CGM. In March, Renault and Volvo obtained the necessary regulatory approval to officially launch the joint venture in which CMA CGM Group has confirmed its interest to invest up to 120 million euros, Renault said.

  • Benzinga

    Nissan Continues Its Global EV Growth Pursuit

    On March 27th, Nissan Motor Co Ltd (OTC: NSANY) revealed it will be investing in Renault SA (OTC: RNLSY), more precisely, its EV unit Ampere. Interestingly, Nissan decided to deepen its partnership with Renault even after the French automaker ditched the unit’s listing plans due to sluggish market conditions. Reshaping The Longstanding Partnership With Renault Renault plans to sell a stake of about 2.5% in Nissan shares to the 91-year-old Japanese car maker, with the deal possibly could generati