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Toyota testing EV car-sharing service in Grenoble, France


Japanese automaker Toyota, the world’s largest auto company, has launched this month an interesting car sharing scheme in a French city, adding that proven successful over a three-year trial period, the service would expand to other municipalities. Although you might be aware that Toyota has decided to become a supporter of all electric cars powered by fuel cells, they also have ...
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French minister says Renault stake sale not urgent
According to Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron, the French government is in no hurry to renounce the 15% holding it has in Renault and other domestic companies (such as the Orange ...
Renault design chief wants the French brand to be a global affair
One man - Dutch-born styling chief Laurens van den Acker - coordinates Renault’s fresh new design. He says that today designers have more power than ever in the executive process ...
UK: rejuvenating car production rises above French production levels
The Great Britain was once a proud nation of automakers – they had numerous companies that lifted the auto industry to new standards. Now, though, there’s no British carmaker left. True, ...
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Paris Motor Show LIVE: Citroen C4 Cactus Airflow Concept
The French automaker has debuted live during this year’s Paris Motor Show the C4 Cactus Airflow Concept, a prototype that meets the French government’s goal of putting on the streets ...
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The Paris Motor Show opening later this week has been selected as the perfect venue for the local French automakers to showcase their latest advancements in cars that have very ...
Renault pitted against VW’s one-liter model
The French maker will present during next week’s Paris Motor Show the Eolab concept, a model that has been engineered as a future alternative to the Volkswagen XL1. Famous for the ...
France – Peugeot 208 XY JBL Special Edition introduced
Peugeot has introduced a new special edition of the 208, called the 208 XY JBL, on its local market. After Renault has pulled the wraps off the Clio Initiale Paris trim ...
France – Renault Clio Initiale Paris trim level introduced
Renault has officially introduced the new Initiale Paris trim for the Clio on its home market, where this is adding several interesting items to the popular hatchback. France is the first ...

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