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Ex-Nokia exec outlines how Renault-Nissan will gain from self-driving cars

July 17, 2016 06:01 CET

Renault-Nissan's connected cars global chief, Ogi Redzic, says the alliance's investments in autonomous driving and connected services are key to helping the partners remain competitive as automakers increasingly become mobility providers.... Read More »

Romania seeks to attract further automakers, minister says

July 11, 2016 12:17 CET

Romania's government is in talks with two leading automakers about the possibility of opening a production plant, the country's economy minister said.... Read More »

Renault-Nissan cost cuts ahead of schedule

12:01 am U.S. ET | July 11, 2016

Nissan and Renault are running a year ahead of schedule cutting global costs through operating synergies. Nissan's proposed move on Mitsubishi could mean an even bigger savings target.... Read More »

Renault outpaces European sales recovery

July 8, 2016 11:48 CET

Renault said its global sales rose 13 percent to a new record of 1.57 million vehicles in the first half of the year, as a product offensive helped it to outpace a recovering European market. Renault kept its full-year market outlook that European car sales will grow more than 5 percent.... Read More »

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Renault CCO shares strategy to boost EV sales

July 7, 2016 06:01 CET

Renault's Thierry Bollore has a mandate to ensure the automaker remains competitive as it seeks to recoup heavy investment in EVs, connectivity, autonomous driving and tougher emissions regulations. The executive discussed solutions for these challenges with Automotive News Europe.... Read More »

Delphi, Linamar to add Morocco plants, minister says

July 5, 2016 11:44 CET

North American parts suppliers Delphi and Linamar will be building plants in Morocco, the country's industry minister said. Morocco need to expand its supply base to support a PSA factory that opens in 2019 as well as Renault's two car assembly plants in the country.... Read More »

Nissan, Renault see cost savings growing with Mitsubishi in fold

3:00 am U.S. ET | July 5, 2016

Nissan and French alliance partner Renault are targeting a 28 percent increase in joint cost savings -- to $6.11 billion by 2018 -- but a top Nissan executive says the impact will be even bigger after bringing Mitsubishi Motors into the fold.... Read More »

ANE's July e-magazine goes live Monday

July 1, 2016 06:01 CET

The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly e-magazine goes live on Monday, July 4.... Read More »

Renault may raise UK car prices to weather Brexit storm

June 29, 2016 15:20 CET

Renault may increase prices in the UK to counter the pound's slump following Britain's vote to leave the EU, Reuters reported. The UK accounted for 8 percent of Renault's sales in Europe last year.... Read More »

Daimler's pension fund gets 1.8 billion euro Renault-Nissan stake

June 29, 2016 17:07 CET

Daimler topped up its German pension scheme by transferring a stake in Renault-Nissan worth about 1.8 billion euros ($2 billion) to the fund.... Read More »

Renault cuts its Nissan stake by 1% to 42%

June 24, 2016 10:39 CET

Renault trimmed its stake in alliance partner Nissan by 1 percentage point to 42.4 percent according to a regulatory filing. The filing did not specify a reason for Renault's sale of the stock.... Read More »

Nissan CEO Ghosn's pay tops $9 million for second year

June 22, 2016 10:52 CET

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn received a 3.5 percent pay rise to take his total compensation to more than $9.58 million for the second straight year after the automaker's profit climbed to a record.... Read More »

AvtoVAZ faces challenge from Hyundai, Kia for No. 1 position in Russia

June 19, 2016 06:01 CET

Hyundai and Kia are using the decline of Russia's car industry to boost market share as they maintain production levels and keep prices low during an economic downturn. This is putting pressure on Renault-Nissan's Russian venture AvtoVAZ.... Read More »

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Smart CEO Winkler outlines plan to keep Daimler brand profitable, 'unique'

June 16, 2016 06:01 CET

The fortunes of Daimler's Smart brand have rebounded after some tough times with the latest ForTwo and ForFour models that are built in partnership with Renault-Nissan. Smart CEO Annette Winkler explained to Automotive News Europe about how she sees the brand's future.... Read More »

Paris classics become weekend drivers only

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 6, 2016

Starting next month, it will be illegal to drive through the streets of Paris on weekdays in a car built prior to before 1997, a legislative move on the part of city authorities to improve air quality.... Read More »

Renault-Nissan seeks to lure Silicon Valley talent

June 1, 2016 15:11 CET

Renault-Nissan will begin hiring at least 300 tech experts this month, joining other automakers in trying to lure staff away from Silicon Valley. The move is part of an industry push for technology experts to compete with Google and Apple.... Read More »

VIDEO: AutoNews Now: A gray May for U.S. sales

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 1, 2016

A gray May for U.S. sales; Ford adds 1.9 million vehicles to airbag recall; What Ford looks for in a mate; Toyota to resume Japan output; Nissan vet leads GM dealer diversity efforts.... Read More »

Renault-Nissan's savior Ghosn turns his attention to Mitsubishi

May 28, 2016 06:01 CET

Carlos Ghosn turned around Renault and Nissan in the late 1990s. Now he must work his magic on scandal-hit Mitsubishi after Nissan took a controlling stake in the smaller company.... Read More »

VIDEO: AutoNews Now: Ghosn's Mitsubishi rescue mission

12:01 am U.S. ET | May 26, 2016

Ghosn's Mitsubishi rescue mission; Ford improves driving range of Fusion Energi by 60 miles; Study: SUV buyer loyalty soaring; Software-related complaints on the rise, J.D. Power says.... Read More »

Ghosn salary debate intensifies in France

May 17, 2016 12:52 CET

The Renault board's decision to defy shareholder rejection of CEO Carlos Ghosn's 7.2 million euro payout for 2015 has caused the French government to take action. France may make shareholder votes on executive pay binding, President Francois Hollande said today.... Read More »

Renault Kwid scores zero stars in Indian crash tests

May 17, 2016 13:08 CET

For the second time since its introduction in India last year, Renault's Kwid crossover scored zero stars for adult passenger protection in the country, a leading auto safety group said.... Read More »

Russia's Detroit blames Renault-Nissan for its decline

May 14, 2016 06:01 CET

In the heartland of Russia's struggling auto industry, people blame Renault-Nissan, the majority owner of AvtoVAZ, for their economic hardship, not their country's rulers.... Read More »

COMMENTARY

Nissan move for Mitsubishi will be Ghosn's biggest test

May 12, 2016 12:51 CET

Nissan's investment in Mitsubishi is a bold way of inoculating Nissan against the fallout from 25 years of false testing data at its smaller partner. The approach resembles the deal that enabled Renault to buy control of Nissan.... Read More »

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How Renault and Daimler CEOs are helping women rise

May 10, 2016 06:01 CET

Renault-Nissan's Carlos Ghosn and Daimler's Dieter Zetsche have committed to empowering women executives at their companies. A big benefit could be winning more female customers.... Read More »

Renault's India sales get boost from Kwid

May 10, 2016 12:15 CET

Renault's sales in India more than doubled last month on demand for its locally built Kwid small crossover. Overall, deliveries of passenger vehicles and vans, climbed 11 percent.... Read More »

 
PSA bravely reveals industry's dirty secret

Luca Ciferri
12:01 am U.S. ET | July 7 2016

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How to push self-driving tech to the limits without the risks

Nick Gibbs
12:01 am U.S. ET | July 6 2016

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There's a risk-free way to push autonomous cars to their limits. A simulator in the UK is going to d ...
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Volvo defies gravity

Luca Ciferri
8:33 am U.S. ET | July 5 2016

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Volvo doesn't consider itself a true global player in the premium segment. ...
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BMW CEO scores first big win with Intel, Mobileye deal

Christiaan Hetzner
10:40 am U.S. ET | July 2 2016

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Led by CEO Harald Krueger, BMW's strong push into autonomous driving with Intel and Mobileye could b ...
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Why Europe's car buyer categories need a shake-up

Douglas A. Bolduc
4:49 am U.S. ET | July 1 2016

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Johnson Controls says current car buyer categories aren't telling the full story. ...
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Nissan struggles to make sense of Sunderland shocker

Nick Gibbs
5:42 am U.S. ET | June 28 2016

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Nissan's team in the UK is “shell-shocked” by the decision of the country's voters to leave the EU, a person close to the company told me. ...
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Goodbye to the Europe I knew

Bradford Wernle
12:01 am U.S. ET | June 27 2016

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I am deeply shocked and disappointed by the decision of British voters to leave the European Union. ...
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Recapping Toyota's traumatic loss at Le Mans

Luca Ciferri
12:01 am U.S. ET | June 23 2016

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Toyota was reminded of how cruel motorsports can be when it lost the 24 Hours of Le Mans to Porsche ...
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VW's long day as shareholders quiz management

Christiaan Hetzner
6:40 am U.S. ET | June 22 2016

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As Volkswagen's 56th annual shareholder meeting began there were still long lines of people waiting ...
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Probe overshadows VW's annual meeting

Christiaan Hetzner
7:01 am U.S. ET | June 21 2016

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When VW shareholders gather for their annual meeting it is sure to be a turbulent event, not least b ...
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European June car sales slow as Brexit vote reduces confidence
European car-sales growth slowed to 6.5 percent in June as the British vote on exiting the EU weighe ...
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Russia car sales fall 13% in June
Russian car sales fell 13 percent in June as an economic crisis driven by low oil prices and Western ...
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UK's June car sales fall; gov't asked for support
UK car sales fell for only the second time in more than four years in June, prompting an industry bo ...
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W. Europe car sales up 6% in June despite UK decline
Western European car registrations increased nearly 6 percent in June as demand rose last month in G ...
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VW Group sales rise nearly 2% in May, helped by Audi, Skoda gains
Volkswagen Group's global sales rose 1.6 percent in May, helped by rising demand for Audi and Skoda ...
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VW brand sales stable as Europe, China demand offsets drops in U.S., Brazil
Volkswagen brand sales slipped 0.7 percent last month with gains in Europe and China offsetting decl ...
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Russia car sales fall 15% in May
New-car sales in Russia fell 15 percent in May, after an 8. ...
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Western Europe car sales rise 14% in May
Western European car registrations increased 14 percent in May as demand rose last month in Germany, ...
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Mercedes SUVs help boost U.S. sales lead over Lexus, BMW
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VW sales in U.S. fall 17% for worst May since 2010
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Daimler promotes Turkish unit boss Seeger to Mercedes sales and marketing chief
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BMW names former F1 exec Duesmann as new purchasing chief
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Fiat Chrysler creates post to oversee global regulatory compliance
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VW's Seat recruits new sales boss from Audi
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Daimler lures exec from Citroen to lead digital sales unit at Mercedes
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FCA's U.S. communications chief Ranieri returns to Italy
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Former Audi, Mercedes exec named new Cadillac Europe boss
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VW veteran Powels faces tough task in South America
VW brand named David Powels as head of its South American operations. Powels faces a tough challenge ...
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Faraday names Ferrari exec Mattiacci global brand chief
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GM names Boler-Davis head of global manufacturing
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Cadillac XT5 price undercuts rivals in Europe
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Honda hopes NSX halo effect will give automaker a boost in Europe
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Alfa touts Giulia's driving dynamics
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Suzuki Baleno is company's first model in Europe with fuel-saving mild hybrid
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MG aims first SUV at budget buyers
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Maserati expects first SUV to become its best-seller
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McLaren aims cozy 570GT at new audience
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VW Tiguan offers more room, less weight
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Audi SQ7's electric compressor banishes turbo lag
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F-Pace set to become Jaguar's top-seller
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