Om in te spelen en te anticiperen op de verregaande transformatie van de levens- en verbruikswijzen engageert Groupe Renault zich al vier jaar om nieuwe, gedeelde mobiliteitsdiensten uit te werken, met of zonder bestuurder (Renault MOBILITY, Zity à Madrid, Moov’in.Paris, Marcel). Dat doet de groep door middel van gerichte overnames of door een belang te nemen in diverse gespecialiseerde start-ups in de sector (Karhoo, Yuso, Como, iCabbi, Glide).
Boulogne-Billancourt – October 9th, 2019. To anticipate and support the deep changes in lifestyles and consumption patterns, Groupe Renault has been involved in new mobility services for the past four years by developing car services with or without drivers (Renault MOBILITY, Zity in Madrid, Moov’in.Paris, Marcel) and by making highly targeted acquisitions and equity investments in various start-ups specialized in this field (Karhoo, Yuso, Como, iCabbi, Glide).
Boulogne Billancourt, 1 October 2019 – Groupe Renault, the electric mobility leader in Europe, launches Mobility Consulting by Renault to support businesses as they move their fleets towards lower-carbon mobility and introduce their recharging ecosystems.
As of 1 October 2019, Christine Rodwell, is appointed Vice President Social and Sustainable Impact. She will report directly to Thierry Bolloré, CEO of Groupe Renault.
Renault F1 Team salvaged one point from an arduous VTB Russian Grand Prix with Nico Hülkenberg crossing the line in tenth position. Daniel Ricciardo, however, retired on lap 25 after sustaining heavy damage to his car in a first-lap incident.