Renault News

Next generation Clio revealed at Geneva Motorshow


Renault has revealed the 5th generation of its automotive icon – Clio. Launched in 1990 the Clio has become Groupe Renault’s best-selling model worldwide with over 15 million units sold. More modern and athletic, the All-new Clio draws on the DNA responsible for its success for nearly 30 years. It builds on the strengths of each of the four previous generations, opening a new and highly anticipated chapter in an illustrious story.   The Clio is an icon, and the latest features...

Renault F1 Team resolute to maintain strong momentum through 2019 F1 season


Renault F1 Team today detailed its plans to maintain its momentum in the FIA Formula One World Championship. Renault returned as a works team in 2016 and has made strong progress each season, finishing last year’s campaign in fourth position in the Constructors’ Championship. Renault F1 Team’s star driver line-up of Nico Hülkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo was also presented to attending media and partners, underscoring Renault’s commitment to long-term success.   Jérôme...

Captur automatic versions now come with a more powerful engine


Now available on both Zen and Intens variants, the new Captur engine with 110kW of power will provide an extra punch for spritely urban driving in Renault’s compact SUV. “An engine that makes driving Captur a real pleasure, Renault Australia are pleased to be expanding its availability across the Captur automatic range. This punchy engine is worth getting behind the wheel and taking Captur for a spin” says Andrew Moore, Managing Director Renault Australia. This new engine delivers...

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