Renault is the Group's historical, founding brand. Strongly present in Europe, the Renault brand is in a worldwide expansion. Renault has always been a vector for innovation, with the invention of the MPV (multi-purpose vehicle).

Renault in figures (2010 data) 

  • More than 100,000 employees worldwide
  • 2,115,600 vehicles sold, more than 80% of the group's total sales
  • The leading automobile brand in France (23.9% of the market in volume), in Portugal (12.3%) and in Slovenia (18%)
  • The leading brand in Europe in the light commercial vehicle market for the last 13 years

Attractive products 

  • Commercial launch of the Renault Latitude sedan, designed for the well-being of its occupants
  • An extended "driving pleasure" offer with Renault Wind, Renault Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet and the Gordini vehicles.
  • Renault Twingo remains the leader in the small city car segment in France
  • The first mass produced electric vehicles, Renault Kangoo Express Z.E. and Renault Fluence Z.E.
  • The success of the third generation of the popular MPV Renault Scénic

Worldwide presence 

Renault has commercial and industrial sites worldwide, in order to:


  • warranty the best customer satisfaction all around the world,
  • produce close to the markets.

The Technocentre engineering center 

This research and development center in Guyancourt (France) works to drive innovation and reduce design and development costs.


The Technocentre works closely with decentralized engineering centers, in different markets and in different production sites. It drives projects with global reach.


In addition, Renault can count on a network of four "satellite" design centers, fully integrated into the group’s global Design function processes: Seoul (South Korea), Bucharest (Romania), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Giheung (Korea) and Mumbai (India).

A Renault engineering center in Romania 

The RTR (Renault Technologies Romania) was created in 2007.
This regional center handles development of vehicle and powertrain projects. Once the development stage is complete, vehicles are manufactured in the region’s plants and marketed in Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Russia and North Africa.


RTR has offices in Bucharest (design offices), Pitesti (engineering services at body assembly and powertrain plants) and Titu (Test centre scheduled for startup in the second half of 2009).

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