Nissan is now the effective owner of Mitsubishi after purchasing a 34 per cent controlling stake in the brand, taking it into the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
Some more highlights of the Paris Motor Show and its host of new model debuts, offering something for just about everyone
Renault has wowed the Paris Motor Show with a GT concept car dubbed the Trezor, described by its creator as an two-seater electric supercar.
The fourth-generation Renault Megane is a bold reinvention of the family hatch designed to appeal to a sector that is not just about crossovers.
Renault’s Clio supermini is undergoing a revamp. Opening for ordering in September, it offers styling and interior changes, plus two new powertrains.
Renault is updating the specifications of its Captur SUV, including adding a new version.
Renault has unveiled a mid-life refresh for its Clio supermini. Significant updates to the fourth-generation Clio include a new dC1 110 diesel option.
Renault has revealed a new higher-power version of its Twingo city car, ahead of its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Renault’s all-new Megane range will cost from £16,600 when it goes on sale in July 2016. It boasts 4Control four-wheel-steering.
As we come to the close of the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, we look at some of the other unveilings not yet featured from this busiest of European motor events.
The Megane Sport Tourer will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The estate has evolved from the latest hatch range seen at the 2015 Frankfurt show.
Renault’s Alpine sports car brand is to make a comeback, with its first production model unveiled before the end of 2016.
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