Renault is launching a new SUV soon, ideally slotted and marketed between the Captur and the Kadjar, and it’s called Austral. The name is cool, but what about the car? At the moment, we only know that the French company has been testing a total of 100 prototypes around Europe (France, Romania, Spain and Germany, … More Renault’s latest SUV is almost here, the name is cool, but what about the car?
We don’t know what the latest Renault SUV (duh) looks like, but we know the name: Australi. It comes from the Latin word ‘australis’, which means ‘southern’. We don’t know much about it yet, apart from the fact that it measures 4.51 mt in length and it’s supposed to be a crossover/SUV/C Segment hatchback. More … More There’s a new Renault, we don’t know what it looks like, but at least the name is cool
This is the Air4, a flying Renault that the French automaker developed in partnership with a design hub called TheArsenale, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the iconic 4L. First launched in 1961, Renault sold over 8 million 4L models in 100+ countries. The original Renault 4 was simple, easy to build and easy to … More There’s a new Renault 4, and it flies
State leggendo queste righe quando siamo (quasi) a conclusione del primo giorno del Rally di Monte Carlo, giunto alla 86° edizione, dove quattro Mégane RS nuove di zecca hanno fatto da apripista alla giornata inaugurale. Renault Sport è di casa da queste parti, fa parte della famiglia da oltre trenta anni. L’ACM (Automobile Club … More Renault & Automobile Club de Monaco
Sono appena tornato da Parigi. Stavolta per ragioni interamente personali. Nulla di cui mi voglia vantare, sia chiaro, volo low cost da 50 €, va la’. Nonostante si trattasse, come detto, di ragioni personali c’è stato un “catch”, una precisazione. C’è appunto da fare qua. E’ che la gente normale va a Parigi e … More Renault Talisman Sporteur review
U*er it. Cab it. L*ft it. C*rb it. Si*ecar it. Ride share it. Ha*lo it. Call it what you want. It’s the business of carrying people around and when it comes to this business, please pardon the pun, Renault means business. What they’ve done at the Milan design week was genius. Renault cars were available … More Flabbergasted News → Renault @Milan Design Week
In the unlikely event of your ever needing to know the average number of gear shifts for each lap, for each driver, during the Monaco GP is around 60. That’s more than 4,600 for the entire race. To any reasonable soul, this may sound like pointless trivia, it’s chit-chat, prattle, tittle-tattle. Cheap conversation you may … More SIAM 2017 Monaco
Hello and give a warm welcome back to Renault. You see, while everyone was busy, righteously so, talking about Mercedes, the under-performing Ferrari cars, Verstappen and Alonso with McLaren; Renault, unnoticed and discreetly, made their comeback to F1. Which is good news. Founded in 1899 in France and based in Boulogne-Billancourt, Renault can boast of … More Flabbergasted Drive → Renault Talisman: Renault F1 and Monaco.