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BlogCarlos Ghosn: Don't Worry, We'll Keep Building Efficient Cars
Carlos Ghosn: Low Fuel Prices Won't Nudge Automakers Away From Efficient Cars The accepted wisdom is that low fuel prices push consumers to shop for less efficient automobiles - but do the same market forces divert car companies from investing in eco-friendly technologies in favor of cheaper-to-develop, but thirstier drivetrains?
BlogRenault Twizy A Non-Starter For The Quebec Market
Last week, La Presse (via its Le Soleil subsidiary) published an article claiming that Renault could be on the verge of returning to the Canadian market. Specifically, the author, Paul-Robert Raymond went on to discuss Renault's desire to take advantage of Quebec's relatively lax low-speed electric vehicle program to impo…


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NewsRenault Twingo GT: The Quick Little City Car
Usually, if I showcase a car that isn't sold here, it is either a high-performance supercar, a track toy with limited availability or a station wagon with a ridiculously powerful engine. However, I'm making an exception here: the little orange car that you see in the above pictures is the …
NewsLease a Renault Twizy in Quebec for $99/month
Quebec residents will soon be able to lease the all-electric Renault Twizy for $99/month, according to the company behind the push to bring the quirky car to Canada. AZRA Corp., a Quebec-based real estate developer, announced it will invest $40 million over the next 18 months to install 2,000 electric …
NewsRenault's Latest Concept: An Hommage To Le Corbusier
Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, more known under the name Le Corbusier, was a French architect who is mainly remembered for being a pioneer of Modern architecture. He also invented urban planning and founded the International Congress of Modern Architecture. I can already hear your next question: ‘’that’s very interesting, but why are …
NewsCross your fingers for the new Mégane Renaultsport models
With French automaker—and Nissan partner—Renault plotting a reported return to Canada through a soft launch in Quebec, fans will likely be crossing their fingers that a larger Renault renaissance could lead to a pair of Renaultsport versions of the Mégane hatch making it to this side of the Atlantic. Unveiled …
NewsRenault unveils new Talisman wagon, North Americans cry
Back in July, Renault unveiled the 2016 Talisman sedan, a Nissan Maxima -sized car that is pretty sharp looking but sadly not sold in North America. Now Renault has upped the ante, much to the chagrin of the Motoring TV team, unveiling a stunning Talisman wagon that has us, once …
NewsReturn Of The Renault Alpine
Renault took advantage of the 24 Hours of Le Mans to unveil the Alpine Celebration Concept, which heralds the return of the historic coupes to the French manufacturer's lineup. Like the name implies, the concept also celebrates an important event, as 2015 marks the 60th anniversary of Alpine. The concept’s …
NewsRenault Returns To Canada
At the end of the '80s, French manufacturer Renault stopped selling cars on our continent, victim of new environmental laws that made their cars noncompliant. Sales weren’t exactly great to begin with, so that didn’t help. It seems that the manufacturer is currently planning its return to our shores; according …
NewsRenault Unveils A New Alpine For Gran Turismo 6
After a few leaks on the Internet, Renault finally unveiled the Alpine Vision Gran Turismo, which will take its place alongside other concepts in the Gran Turismo video game. As a reminder, the Vision Gran Turismo initiative enables designers to create a vehicle that represents the future of their brands.


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