At the Mondial De L’Automobile Paris 2016 from 1 – 16 October 2016 Renault and Dacia will showcase design changes to their line-ups and Renault will unveil a concept car marking the beginning of a new cycle of Renault’s ‘Life Flower’ car design strategy.
Renault will also use the Paris show to debut the All-New Koleos in Europe and share some exciting new developments during the press conference on 29th September at 9.15am.
Renault continues its product offensive
Originally unveiled in Beijing Motor Show, China, in April 2016, the new Koleos rounds out Renault’s high-end model range by blending the rugged style of an SUV with the elegant refinement of a large saloon.
This D-Segment SUV incorporates all of the traditional features expected in its class, while adding Renault’s acknowledged expertise in comfort and practicality.
5 models at the mondial de l'automobile Paris 2016
The Mondial De L’Automobile Paris 2016 marks the completion of a renewal and expansion of the Renault range over the last four years – 11 new models and 15 models refreshed – and the introduction of the All-New Koleos, the All-New Grand Scénic, the All-New Mégane Grand Coupe, the facelifted new Clio and the Alaskan pickup.
Since the launch of the fourth-generation Clio in 2012, Renault has completely upgraded and expanded its range. Not only is Renault the world’s leading French car manufacturer, but the brand also now boasts the youngest range in Europe.
A concept car infused with Renault style
The Renault concept car to be revealed on 29th September marks the beginning of a new cycle of Renault’s ‘Life Flower’ car design strategy. This explores the essence and technologies inspiring upcoming models that embody both a vision of how mobility might be in the future and the vibrant passion associated with the automobile.
Renault stand featured theme days & guests
Renault will offer the general public a unique opportunity to meet experts, drivers and celebrities during themed days on its stand throughout the motor show.
Saturday 1st October: “French Touch” day with Nicolas Carpentier, muse of Renault advertising campaigns.
Sunday 2nd October: Cinema day with Michèle Laroque (French actress) from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
Wednesday 5th October: Innovation day with the presence of fifteen engineers Renault and the exceptional participation of French rugby players from Stade Français from 5:00pm.
Thursday 6th October: Recruitment day, 15 recruiters of Groupe Renault and Radio FG Evening from 5:00pm.
Friday 7th October: Renault Z.E Day with the presence of a dozen experts on EVs.
Wednesday 12th October: second innovation day with fifteen Renault experts.
Thursday 13th October: Design Day with the presence of Laurens van den Acker (SVP, Corporate Design) and Stéphane Janin (Design Director Concept Cars).
Friday 14th October: Renault Sport Day with the presence of drivers such as Nicolas Prost, Jolyon Palmer, Jean Ragnotti and many others.
A core line-up of Dacias
The Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2016 is a chance for Dacia to share the changes made to its line, including: the New Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV, which are more attractive than ever, but still just as affordable.
Renault’s press conference with Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Groupe Renault, and Laurens van den Acker, SVP Corporate Design will take place 29th September at 9:15am on the Renault stand in Hall 1.
The Dacia press conference will be led by Jean-Christophe Kugler, EVP, Chairman of Europe Region, on the Dacia stand in Hall 1 at 10:45am, 29th September.
Both press conferences will be live broadcast on www.groupe.renault.com and on their international Facebook fan pages: