Renault has important plans for the next few years. Most of them are targeting the electric evolution of the range.

The Group will make the best of its dedicated EV platforms, launching 10 new battery-electric vehicles by 2025, seven of them for the Renault brand. The iconic Renault 5 with a modern and electric twist will be made in Northern France, from battery to e-powertrain to assembly, on the brand-new CMF-BEV platform, by Renault ElectriCity.

The Group will also revive another iconic star, currently named 4ever, signifying the intention to make it a timeless classic. Renault Group will also strengthen its presence in the all-electric C-segment, first with the All-New MéganE in 2022, while the Alpine “dream garage” unveiled in January will become a reality starting in 2024.

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The Group aims at providing the greenest mix in the European market in 2025, with more than 65 per cent of vehicles in the sales mix being electric and electrified, and up to 90 percent of battery electric vehicles in the Renault brand mix in 2030.

“We’ll train, invest and partner up with established and emerging best-in-class players in their fields: ST Micro-electronics, Whylot, LG Chem, Envision AESC, Verkor. Ten new electric models will be conceived and up to one million electric vehicles will be manufactured by 2030, from cost-efficient urban vehicles to sportier, higher-end ones. As well as efficiency, we bet on iconic designs such as the beloved R5 to bring the Renault touch to electrification, making electric cars popular”, said Luca de Meo, CEO of Renault Group.