Renault and Dacia look forward to meeting you on 1 and 2 March, at the press days of the Geneva International Motor Show. On the agenda: new products, press conference, and talks with senior company executives.
• Renault press conference, 12:00 Tuesday 1 March with Groupe Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn and Renault SVP, Corporate Design Laurens van den Acker
• Two world premières and two new limited editions
• Renault stand in Hall 4 and Dacia stand in Hall 2
At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Renault is showing off Europe’s youngest automotive product range.
- Renault’s characteristic flair for design and versatility is extolled in two world premières in the C segment, the heart of the Renault range.
- ZOE Swiss Edition, an upmarket version of Renault’s all-electric city car, further asserts the company’s supremacy as European number-one in electric vehicles.
- The stand includes a special area showcasing the key innovations featured on our latest models: 4Control and Multi-Sense technologies, versatility, advanced driver assistance systems, R-Link 2 and the R240 electric power unit.
There are two main new products on show at the Dacia stand:
- New limited-edition model
- New Easy-R automated manual transmission.
The following members of the Groupe Renault Executive Committee will be there during the two press days:
- Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
- Thierry Bolloré, Chief Competitive Officer
- Thierry Koskas, Executive Vice President, Group Sales and Marketing
- Stefan Mueller, Executive Vice President, Chief Performance Officer
- Bruno Ancelin, Executive Vice President, Product Planning and Programs
- Jose Vincente de los Mozos Obispo, Executive Vice President, Manufacturing & Supply-chain
- Gaspar Gascon Abellan, Executive Vice President, Engineering
- Dominique Thormann, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
In addition, there’ll be experts on hand to answer your questions on all the products on show and all the topics covered.
To book an interview, just contact the press correspondent in your country.
For the French press, there’s a list of press correspondents by product and topic here: http://media.renault.com/global/fr-fr/ExternalCommunication/MediaContacts.aspx.
There’ll also be live coverage on Twitter (@Groupe_Renault) and Periscope.