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People are beginning to talk more and more about electric cars as manufacturers like BMW and Volkswagen enter the market and raise awareness. That's the view of Ben Fletcher, product manager for EVs at Renault UK.
On the eve of the Delhi Auto Expo at the beginning of this month, Sumit Sawhney took over as president and CEO of Renault's operations in India, becoming the first local to head the company in his home country. just-auto caught up with him.
The Brazilian government's new Inovar-Auto regime introduced in 2013 has provided stimuli for the auto industry to invest a proportion of its revenue in research and is leading to more proving grounds and R&D centres.
Renault aims to sell an initial 150,000 vehicles per year in China after it completes a first phase of an investment programme in the country in 2016.
Speaking at the Geneva motor show, a Renault spokesman has told just-auto.com that "whilst the platform is Z.E. ready, no Twingo Z.E. is currently planned".
Nissan has ended imports of its X-Trail SUV and 370Z sports car to India to put greater emphasis on the models it makes locally.
Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti plan will share development of compact cars to cut costs, and expand Daimler's North American production footprint and the Infiniti range, according to a news agency report.
I'm writing this 600ft under the English Channel on the still-impressive Eurostar thundering its way from Lille to London St Pancras after two days spent looking at the series of north-east France automotive clusters.
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