multinational Renault revives its legendary R4 with a much more robust modern version: 4ever Electric Tropy, launched this Monday in Paris.
“We will not leave Colombia. We will look for a solution within the renovation. We have key people for this,” Renault’s world president Leo di Meo told REVISTA MOTOR director José Clopatosfky in Paris today. Motor Show, which took part in the launch event of the company’s new offers.
Renault-Sofasa assembled its first 100 Renault 4s in 1970 At its plant in Envigado and the company has produced one million vehicles of this brand in the country to date.
in the framework of world auto show, Organized for the first time in four years, with the notable absence of German manufacturers, the French
Renault also announced production of the electric R4 and R5 in France.
“We are in the process of giving credibility to this trajectory we have set for ourselves, to the way to get two million electric cars produced in France by 2030,” he said, congratulating the French president. Emmanuel Macron after adding: “We have already secured one million for 2026-2027” and “we will be there to support and accompany France over the long term to once again become the great auto country of the future.”
France, where vehicle sales are at their lowest level since the start of the year covid19 pandemic, It is the third European automaker after Germany and Spain.
In addition to this new launch, the Renault, Dacia, Alpine and Mobilize brands present many other world premieres, their latest innovations and the range of products and services born from ‘Renaulution’ at the 2022 World Automobile Championship.
HYVIA, joint venture Renault Group and PlugDedicated to hydrogen mobility, it also showcases hydrogen vehicles, including the production version of the Master Van H2-TECH van, as well as illustrations of the unique H2 ecosystem.
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