Alpine Unveils Three New Versions of the A110 at the Geneva Motor Show

Three new versions of the Alpine A110 (two for the road, one for the circuits) were unveiled by the Dieppe brand at the Geneva Motor Show, Tuesday 6th March, 2018. They are many who admire the first A110 parked in the car park of the Alpine plant in Dieppe (Seine-Maritime), waiting to fill their happy owners. But already, the Renault group announces …

The French Car Market up 4.7% in 2017

With 2.11 million passenger cars registered in 2017 in France, the French car market posted good health The French car market for passenger cars has seen a solid increase of 4.74% in 2017 despite a slight slowdown of 0.51% in December, announced Monday the French Automobile Manufacturers (CCFA). For the full year, about 2.11 million passenger cars …

The Renault Douai Plant will be Stopped till Monday after the Cyberattack

ECONOMY: The wave of cyberattack that hit Renault forcing the car manufacturer to close its factory for a day … The staff was notified by SMS. The management of the Renault factory Georges Besse in Douai, in the North, decided to suspend car production at the site until Monday announced La Voix du Nord . “We have taken this decision …

Renault to Create 1000 New Jobs

Employment: Jobs boost for Normandy, as Renault announces 1000 new jobs … Renault has announced on Thursday, that it will create 1000 new permanent jobs at its plant in Sandouville, Normandy, by the end of the year. Half of the new jobs will be factory-based, with the other half in engineering and service positions, the …

Renault Sandouville Plant is Recruiting 122 Permanent Employees

JOBS: 122 permanent positions to be filled … To cope with the success of its Traffic utility , Renault recruits. The factory in Sandouville (Seine-Maritime) has announced this week to its works council, that it will be hiring 122 people on permanent contracts this year, mainly for positions of production operators. “Renault Sandouville strengthening its skills to …

F1: Renault – Hope for Proress

Kevin Magnussen and Jolyon Palmer are disappointed in their performance this Friday at the Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix, but they hope for progress during the weekend. Kevin Magnussen finishing in 15th in the first session. He took 16th place in the afternoon.  He considers the Renault to be performing worse than in Melbourne compared to the competition. …