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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (July 27, 2017) \u2013 Unit sales at the Alliance rose seven percent to 5,268,079 vehicles in the first half of the calendar year resulting from an increased demand for models from the French and Japanese brands, and the first semester sales contribution from new Alliance member Mitsubishi Motors.

The Alliance saw increased sales of Renault models including Clio, Sandero, Megane, Captur and Duster, while Nissan reported strong orders for models such as the X-Trail/Rogue, Sentra/Sylphy, Qashqai and Altima/Teana. Unit sales at Mitsubishi Motors, which became part of Alliance in late 2016, reached close to 495,000 vehicles amid solid demand for its Outlander SUV globally and the Pajero Sport in the ASEAN region.

Cumulative sales of electric vehicles by the companies also rose significantly to 481,151 units, reaffirming the Alliance\u2019s role as the leading electric car manufacturer for the mass-market segment. The increase was driven primarily by demand for the Nissan LEAF and the Renault ZOE, which remains the #1 EV sold in Europe, and Mitsubishi\u2019s i-Miev. On the hybrid side, the plug-in hybrid electric versions of the Mitsubishi Outlander reached over 13,000 units.

Carlos Ghosn, chairman and chief executive of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, said: \u201cThe Alliance has delivered record sales during the first semester of 2017 reaching 5,268,079 vehicles sold. We will continue to leverage our significant economies of scale and global market presence to deliver valuable synergies for our member companies this year, while maintaining a strong technology lineup and offering customers breakthrough electric models.\u201d

\u201cOur enlarged Alliance is well placed to realize its full potential, not only in terms of unit volumes, but also by providing next-generation mobility services to customers around the world.\u201d

Groupe Renault sold 1,879,288 million vehicles in the first half of 2017, which represents a raise of 10.4 percent in a market that grew 2.6 percent. All group brands posted increases in sales volumes and market share. The Renault and Dacia brands set half-year sales records and Renault ranks as the second most sold brand in Europe. Furthermore, all regions increased their sales volumes and market share. In particular, the Group recorded a 19.3 percent rise in sales in the Africa-Middle East-India Region and a 50.5 percent increase in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. sold 2,894,488 cars and trucks worldwide, up 5.6 percent in the six months to June 30. In Japan and Europe, the company achieved a growth of 22.9 percent and 5.7 percent respectively. Infiniti sold more than 125,000 vehicles in the first half, an increase of roughly 13 percent on the same period of 2016.

Mitsubishi Motors sold 494,303 units cars worldwide, up 2.4 percent year on year as the company resumed sales of its \u2018Kei\u2019 mini cars in Japan. The sales increase also reflects the strong growth in China following the launch of locally-produced Outlander SUVs. Sales also increased in the ASEAN region, led by demand for SUVs and pick-up trucks.

The Alliance is expected to generate increased synergies this year as Mitsubishi Motors co-operates more closely with Nissan and Renault in areas including joint purchasing, deeper localization, joint plant utilization, common vehicle platforms, technology-sharing and an expansion in both mature and emerging markets.

Top 10 Groupe Renault Markets

1

France

2

Russia

3

Italy

4

Germany

5

Spain

6

Turkey

7

Brazil

8

Iran

9

United Kingdom

10

Argentina

Top 10 Nissan Markets

1

U.S.A

2

China

3

Japan

4

Mexico

5

United Kingdom

6

Canada

7

Russia

8

France

9

Italy

10

Germany

Top 10 Mitsubishi Motors Markets

1

U.S.A

2

China

3

Japan

4

Australia

5

Philippines

6

Indonesia

7

Thailand

8

Germany

9

United Kingdom

10

U.A.E.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between France-based Groupe Renault and Japan-based Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors. The automakers combined sold 9.96 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2016 \u2013 more than one in nine vehicles worldwide. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the latest advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous drive and connectivity features and services on a range of affordable vehicles.


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MEDIA CONTACT

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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (July 7, 2017) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance today reported a 16 percent increase in synergies for 2016 compared to 2015.

The Alliance members secured savings, generated incremental revenues and implemented cost-avoidance measures through the world\u2019s leading automotive partnership.

The value of annualized synergies realized by the Alliance rose to \u20ac5 billion last year, up from \u20ac4.3 billion in 2015. Converged operations in purchasing, engineering and manufacturing contributed most of the \u20ac700 million synergy improvement.

\u201cThe growing cooperation across the Alliance is delivering strong benefits for the members of the Alliance, reflected by the economies of scale, technological breakthroughs and innovations that are being shared between Renault and Nissan,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, chairman and chief executive officer of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. \u201cWe are on track to realize synergies of \u20ac5.5 billion in 2018, even before taking into account the contributions from Mitsubishi Motors, our new Alliance partner.\u201d

With the addition of Mitsubishi Motors, which became the third full member of the Alliance at the end of 2016, annual sales have reached 10 million units. The addition of Mitsubishi Motors comes two years after Renault and Nissan deepened their partnership by converging four key functions: Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Human Resources. Each such functions is led by a common Alliance Executive Vice President.

\u201cWe continue seeing tangible results of this major convergence,\u201d added Mr. Ghosn. \u201cOur growing synergies are helping Renault, Nissan and now Mitsubishi Motors meet their financial objectives and deliver higher-value vehicles to customers in the new era of mobility.\u201d

In the current year, the Alliance members are expected to introduce more next-generation technologies in electric vehicles, autonomous driving and connected cars and will increase commonalities in platforms, powertrain and parts to boost competitiveness and identify new synergies.

In April 2017, the Alliance created a light commercial vehicle business unit that will deliver additional synergies in vans and light trucks. The new unit will maximize shared product development and cross-manufacturing, technology sharing and cost-reduction, while preserving brand differentiation among Alliance members.

With the addition of Mitsubishi Motors, the Alliance is expected to generate additional synergies from joint purchasing and logistics, as well as from deeper localization, joint plant utilization, common vehicle platforms, technology-sharing and an expansion of their combined presence in both mature and emerging markets.

Mitsubishi Motors is expected to contribute expertise to the Alliance in areas such as plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, pick-ups, light trucks and sports utility vehicles, as well as a strengthened market presence in the ASEAN region. 

Common Module Family

The CMF architecture is based on five primary component sets, or modules, which allows engineers to interchange the modules to create hundreds of variants across most of the Alliance brands.

The Alliance has secured significant benefits from CMF since it was introduced in 2013.

The Renault Kwid which went on sale in India in 2015, became the first Alliance model built using CMF-A architecture for the smallest and most affordable car segment. Last year, Nissan launched a Datsun model based on the same CMF-A architecture in India: the Datsun redi-GO. These cars share more than 60 percent of common parts while offering a completely different brand experience to customers.

In 2016, the Alliance completed the deployment of all car models based on the CFM-C/D architecture with the launch of the new Renault Scenic and the new Megane. Other Alliance vehicles manufactured utilizing the CFM-C/D architecture include the Nissan Rogue, the Qashqai and the X-Trail, the new Renault Espace, the Kadjar and the Talisman.

By 2020, the Alliance expects 70 percent of its vehicles to be built on CMF. The approach is expected to contribute to purchasing cost savings of up to 30 percent and a reduction of engineering costs by up to 40 percent.


Cross-production and shared platforms

The cross-production of vehicles continues to be a major driver of manufacturing synergies. Cross-production allows Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors to manufacture vehicles in each other\u2019s plants and closer to where they are sold, and to increase plant utilization, thus reducing fixed costs.

Production of the new Nissan Micra began at Renault\u2019s plant in Flins, France in 2016. Nissan is capitalizing on the plant\u2019s expertise in building high quality B-segment hatchbacks. The new Micra is built on a revised and updated V-Platform with powertrains being shared by Micra and Clio.

Later this year, Nissan will begin production of the Renault Alaskan pick-up truck at its Barcelona plant in Spain.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE:

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between France-based Groupe Renault and Japan-based Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors. The automakers combined sold 9.96 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2016 \u2013 more than one in nine vehicles worldwide. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the latest advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous drive and connectivity features and services on a range of affordable vehicles.

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Blanca Garcia            
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 90 06 49

blanca.garcia@renault-nissan.com


Caroline Sasia

Renault-Nissan Alliance

+33 (0)6 11 30 36 71

caroline.sasia-lallier@renault-nissan.com        


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Paris (June 30, 2017) \u2013 Executives from the Renault-Nissan Alliance were elected to AVTOVAZ Board of Directors during its Annual General Shareholders Meeting which took place in Togliatti (Russia) today.

The Board elections coincided with a financial update by AVTOVAZ at the Shareholders Meeting, where the company confirmed that it is on track towards a financial recovery in 2018. The turnaround strategy was endorsed at a meeting of the AVTOVAZ Board today.

The following individuals were elected to the Board of Directors of AVTOVAZ:

The following individuals were re-confirmed as Members of the Board of Directors of AVTOVAZ:

At a meeting of the Board today, the company\u2019s Directors confirmed the objective of reaching operating profit break-even in 2018 and approved the development roadmap for the Lada brand. The Board also heard that the performance of AVTOVAZ Group in first quarter 2017 signaled that the company was making progress towards a financial recovery in 2018.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance holds a majority stake in Alliance Rostec Auto BV. Vehicles carrying the Renault, Nissan, Datsun and Lada brands are built in Togliatti and at other plants throughout Russia.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE:

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between France-based Groupe Renault and Japan-based Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors. The automakers combined sold 9.96 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2016 \u2013 more than one in nine vehicles worldwide. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the latest advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous drive and connectivity features and services on a range of affordable vehicles.

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www.nissan-newsroom.com


ABOUT PJSC AVTOVAZ:

PJSC \u201cAVTOVAZ\u201d is the largest manufacturer of Renault-Nissan Alliance in Russia and its Togliatti plant is one of the largest car plants worldwide, producing cars in full cycle under 4 brands (Lada, Renault, Nissan and Datsun). AVTOVAZ Izhevsk plant produces cars under Lada and Nissan brands. Today Lada is represented by 20 models and variants in the segments \u0412, \u0412+, SUV and LCV priced from 390 to 850 K rub in Russian Federation. The brand has an average of 20% share of the Russian passenger car market and has the largest dealership network in the country \u2013 over 330 centers.  

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MEDIA CONTACTS

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Renault-Nissan Alliance

+33 (0)6 11 30 36 71

caroline.sasia-lallier@renault-nissan.com         

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Ashwani Gupta Appointed Alliance Senior Vice President of the Renault-Nissan LCV Business Unit, effective April 1

PARIS (March 14, 2017) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance is creating a light commercial vehicle business unit to expand its global presence in this growing segment.

By unleashing the full potential of Renault\u2019s van expertise and Nissan\u2019s truck know-how in key markets, the Alliance intends to grow its light commercial vehicle sales worldwide. In the spirit of the Alliance, partners will leverage complementary markets and products while maintaining their own brand identity, sales and revenue.

\u201cThe combination of Renault, Nissan and the early collaboration with Mitsubishi Motors in a single Alliance LCV Business Unit will boost sales and deliver greater synergies,\u201d Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said. \u201cWith this move, we plan to expand our market leadership by accelerating our performance in current and new, high-growth markets, based on each company\u2019s core products and market knowledge, and driven by customer needs.\u201d

The Renault-Nissan LCV Business Unit will be led by Ashwani Gupta as Alliance senior vice president. He will report to Carlos Ghosn.

The Unit will continue to maximize cross-development and cross-manufacturing and is expected to deliver further synergies in costs and technology. Renault and Nissan have established cross-production of vans and trucks over the last several years; for example, the Nissan NV300 van is built on the Renault Trafic platform; the Nissan NV400 van is built on the Renault Master platform; and the Renault Alaskan pickup is built on the Nissan Navara platform. The new Renault-Nissan LCV Business Unit will also handle Nissan\u2019s body-on-frame SUVs, including the Nissan Armada and Nissan Patrol.

Ashwani Gupta

Born in Dehradun, India, Ashwani Gupta graduated from Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College, India, and obtained a diploma from INSEAD Business School in France. He has been vice president of Renault\u2019s Light Commercial Vehicle Division since 2014, where he oversees the automaker\u2019s worldwide LCV business. He joined Renault in 2006 as general manager of purchasing at Renault India in Mumbai. In 2008, he moved to the Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization in Paris as global supplier account manager for braking systems. He joined Renault Nissan B.V. in 2009 as deputy general manager, global purchasing. In 2011, Gupta was appointed global program director for Datsun programs at Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in Japan, where he led the product development to launch in India, Russia, Indonesia and South Africa. He started his career in 1992 in engineering and purchasing in the private sector and later moved to management positions in the automotive industry.  

Total LCV volume 2016

In 2016, Groupe Renault sold 443,931 LCVs globally, including Avtovaz. The top-selling models in 2016 were Kangoo with 118,200 units, Master with 91,900 units and Trafic with 81,600 units.

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. sold 815,490 LCVs globally. The top-selling models in 2016 were NP300 Navara with 196,257 units, Frontier with 102,497 units and NV200 with 54,118 units.

Mitsubishi Motors Corp. sold 248,000 LCVs globally. The top-selling model in 2016 was Triton/L200 with 125,000 units.

Links to LCV information

For Groupe Renault:
http://media.renault.com/global/fr/renault/Product/LightCommercialVehicles.aspx

For Nissan:
http://www.nissanlcv.com/EN/

For MMC:
http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com/

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance 

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Groupe Renault of France and Japan-based Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors. The automakers combined sold 9.96 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2016 \u2013 more than one in nine vehicles worldwide. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the latest advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous drive and connectivity features and services on a range of affordable vehicles.

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Contact
Catherine Loubier
catherine.loubier@renault-nissan.com
+ 33 6 21 88 80 59

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Companies sign research contract to develop mobility services system for self-driving vehicles

PARIS (Feb. 27, 2017) - The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Transdev have agreed to jointly explore development of mobility services with fleets of electric driverless vehicles for public and on-demand transportation.          

The companies will collaborate to develop a comprehensive, modular transportation system to enable clients to book rides, and mobility operators to monitor and operate self-driving car fleets.

\u201cAs the mobility services landscape keeps evolving, we have a great opportunity to offer innovative, connected mobility solutions for the evolving needs of our customers, fully aligned with our vision of a zero-emission, zero-fatalities society,\u201d said Ogi Redzic, Renault-Nissan Alliance senior vice president of Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services. \u201cPartnering with Transdev allows us to share our knowledge as leaders in electric vehicles, autonomous drive and connected-car technologies with one of the largest multi-modal mobility operators worldwide. Together we will develop an advanced driverless mobility system that will enhance existing public and on-demand transport systems.\u201d

The research will initially include field tests in Paris-Saclay with Renault ZOEs, the leading electric vehicle in Europe, and Transdev\u2019s on-demand dispatch, supervision and routing platform.

\u201cThe future of mobility will be P.A.C.E. \u2013  Personalized, Autonomous, Connected and Electric,\u201d said Yann Leriche, chief performance officer at Transdev. \u201cAs a worldwide leader in public transport and on-demand shared services, we are committed to pioneer in mobility to always offer our clients the best solutions for their journeys. Our partnership with Renault-Nissan will reinforce our innovation capabilities and accelerate our time-to-market by combining our strengths with those of a global car manufacturer that shares the same willingness to enhance daily mobility to the benefit of clients.\u201d

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has been forming partnerships to accelerate the development of advanced connected-car technologies and mobility services. These include a partnership with Microsoft to develop a single global platform that will improve the customer experience by making driving more intuitive, intelligent and fun; and a partnership with Japanese internet company DeNA to begin tests in Japan to develop driverless vehicles for commercial services.

Transdev is a pioneer in autonomous vehicle (AV) services. The company is engaged in a series of pilot AV deployments in multiple countries and is currently operating the world\u2019s first commercial driverless service on EDF\u2019s campus in Civaux, France. Transdev is accelerating the development of its AV operating system working with leading partners including Vedecom and SystemX.


ABOUT TRANSDEV

A 70% owned subsidiary of Caisse des D\u00e9p\u00f4ts in which Veolia has a shareholding of 30%. Transdev is a consultant for public transport authorities and supports them in everything from the pre-project phase to project management assistance to daily operation of public transport networks. With 83,000 employees in 19 countries, the group operates 43,000 vehicles and 22 tramway networks. In 2015, Transdev had a turnover of 6.6 billion euros

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@transdev


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Groupe Renault of France and Japan-based Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors. The automakers combined sold 9.96 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2016 \u2013 more than one in nine vehicles worldwide. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the latest advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous drive and connectivity features and services on a range of affordable vehicles.

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www.nissan-newsroom.com


MEDIA CONTACTS

Blanca Garcia
Renault-Nissan Alliance
Tel: +33 (6) 10 90 06 49
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G\u00e9raud Rabany
Transdev Group
Tel: +33 (7) 78 39 41 49
geraud.rabany@transdev.com


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Renault-Nissan Alliance
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Transdev Group
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geraud.rabany@transdev.com

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    \u2022    Alliance sales reach 9,961,347 vehicles in 2016 \u2013 one in nine cars sold worldwide.
    \u2022    The Alliance confirms its zero-emission* leadership; cumulative sales reach 424,797 electric vehicles worldwide.
    \u2022    18-year old partnership sees boost in innovation for the vehicle of the future.

PARIS (Feb. 8, 2017) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance delivered significant growth in 2016, with global sales of 9.96 million vehicles. The car group also reinforced its leadership in zero-emission vehicles with cumulative sales of nearly 425,000 electric vehicles since the introduction of the Nissan LEAF in 2010, followed by the Renault ZOE.

The Alliance sales figures include Mitsubishi Motors sales of 934,013 vehicles globally. Mitsubishi Motors joined the Alliance last fall with Nissan\u2018s acquisition of a 34 percent equity stake in the company.

\u201cThe combination of Groupe Renault, Nissan Motors and Mitsubishi Motors creates a new force in the global auto industry,\u201d Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said. \u201cThe strength of this innovative partnership that began 18 years ago has allowed us to improve our competitiveness, boost our growth and engage in the race for the vehicle of the future.\u201d

The Alliance brands accounted for about one in nine cars sold worldwide last year.

Groupe Renault\u2019s sales were up 13.3 percent to 3,182,625 vehicles in 2016 for the last year of the \u201cDrive the Change\u201d plan. This marked the fourth consecutive year of sales growth with a record year-on-year increase of 374,000 units.
Both Renault and Dacia brands had a record year in terms of sales volumes and Renault Samsung Motors volumes were up by 38.8 percent. Market share and sales volumes are up in all regions, with the Renault brand becoming No. 2 in Europe.

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. sold a record 5,559,902 cars and trucks worldwide, up 2.5 percent. In the U.S.A. and China, the company achieved sales growth of 5.4 percent and 8.4 percent respectively, setting new records in both markets. Infiniti sold over 230,000 vehicles in 2016, a 7 percent increase from the previous year. In December alone, Infiniti sold 27,200 vehicles, an 18 percent increase versus the prior year.

Mitsubishi Motors sold 934,013 cars worldwide, down 13 percent. Sales grew in the United States and Australia, but were offset by lower sales in Brazil, Russia, and the Middle East. Japan sales were also affected by lower consumer confidence following the fuel consumption issue.
Through Nissan\u2019s partnership with Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan expects to target synergy benefits worth 24 billion yen in fiscal year 2017, rising to 60 billion yen in fiscal year 2018 and beyond. The gains will contribute to increased earnings per share worth an estimated 4 yen per share in fiscal year 2017 and 10 yen per share in fiscal year 2018 \u2013 on top of any earnings accretion linked to Nissan's overall shareholding in Mitsubishi Motors.
AVTOVAZ, which sells cars under the LADA brand, sold 284,807 vehicles. Together, the Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ sell about one in three cars in Russia.

Sustained leadership in electric vehicles
The Renault-Nissan Alliance, with Mitsubishi Motors, cumulatively sold 424,797 electric vehicles through 2016, making it the undisputed leader in zero-emission mobility.
The Nissan LEAF, the first mainstream, mass-marketed electric vehicle, remains the world\u2019s best-selling EV with more than 250,000* vehicles sold since its launch in December 2010.
In addition to the LEAF, Nissan also sells the e-NV200, a light commercial vehicle sold mainly in Europe and Japan since 2014.
Renault has sold more than 112,000 electric vehicles worldwide since 2011, including the Renault ZOE, Kangoo Z.E., Fluence Z.E., the SM3 Z.E. and the Twizy.
Renault was at the top of the European EV market last year, with sales up by 11 percent at 25,648 units (excluding Twizy). ZOE led the EV ranking with 21,735 sold. Renault Pro+ recently announced the addition of two new commercial EVs to its lineup: the New Kangoo Z.E. and Master Z.E.
In 2016, the Renault-Nissan Alliance, including Mitsubishi Motors i-Miev series, sold 94,265 EVs, up more than 8 percent from 2015.
* Including Venucia E30 sales in China. No CO2 emissions and no regulated exhaust pollutants while driving, according to NEDC homologation cycle.

Boosting innovation for the vehicle of the future
In 2016, the Renault-Nissan Alliance took several steps to advance the development of future vehicles that will be electric, autonomous and connected.
The Alliance plans to launch at least 10 models with autonomous drive functionality by 2020. Development and tests of connectivity and autonomous drive technologies are underway with several partners, including Microsoft and NASA.
\u201cWe were the first to launch an affordable electric car back in 2010. Other major automakers are now recognizing that EVs are the most effective zero-emission solution,\u201d Ghosn said. \u201cWith autonomous drive and connected cars and services, we are firmly engaged in the race for the vehicle of the future.\u201d

Top 10 Alliance Markets

CountryTotal SalesMarket Share
U.S.A.1,660,6909.47%
China1,472,5885.48%
France738,34430.52%
Japan625,40912.58%
Russia*494,07334.64%
Mexico449,40628.02%
U.K.336,53310.96%
Germany319,7398.89%
Italy262,16712.99%
Spain247,66118.71%

*Including AVTOVAZ

Top 10 Groupe Renault Markets

CountryTotal SalesMarket Share
France651,77826.9%
Germany198,6095.5%
Italy190,6109.4%
Spain170,27212.9%
Turkey169,23617.2%
Brazil149,9777.5%
U.K.138,6424.5%
India132,2354.0%
Russia*117,2278.2%
South Korea111,0876.2%

* AVTOVAZ sales in Russia: 284,807

Top 10 Nissan Markets

CountryTotal SalesMarket Share
U.S.A.1,564,4238.9%
China*1,354,5525.0%
Japan534,39210.8%
Mexico403,28625.1%
U.K.170,9995.6%
Canada134,1536.9%
Russia93,7816.6%
France81,4543.4%
Germany80,3322.3%
Australia67,6385.7%

 *Including Venucia brand

Top 10 Mitsubishi Motors Markets

CountryTotal SalesMarket Share
U.S.A.96,2670.5%
Japan85,7161.7%
China82,7580.3%
Australia73,3606.2%
Indonesia67,3976.3%
Philippines59,48015.1%
Thailand55,4097.2%
Germany39,0891.1%
U.A.E.29,9589.2%
U.K.26,8920.9%


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance  

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Groupe Renault of France and Japan-based Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors. The automakers combined sold 9.96 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2016 \u2013 more than one in 9 vehicles worldwide. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. The Alliance is the industry leader in zero-emission vehicles and is developing the latest advanced technologies, with plans to offer autonomous drive and connectivity features and services on a range of affordable vehicles.


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DEAUVILLE, FRANCE (Nov. 29, 2016)\u2014 As it kicks off the Women\u2019s Forum 2016, the Renault-Nissan Alliance confirms its ongoing commitment to gender equality, which resulted in major advancements for women at both Renault and Nissan during the past year.

Renault and Nissan have promoted several women to key executive  leadership positions, including: V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte as purchasing Alliance global executive vice president and chairman and managing director of Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO); Clotilde Delbos as executive vice president, chief financial officer Groupe Renault and chairman of the board of RCI Banque; and Mayra Gonzalez as president and managing director, Nissan Mexico.

\u201cOur commitment to gender equality serves our business\u2019s competitiveness as we focus on attracting the best talent around the world,\u201d Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said. \u201cWe have taken important steps to promote equality at all levels of the Alliance. While we are proud to have one of the industry\u2019s best track records to date, more needs to be done and we remain fully engaged.\u201d

The percentage of women employees at Renault, headquartered in France, and Japan-based Nissan has increased considerably since last year, particularly in manager-level positions.

At Renault, women accounted for 18.8 percent of all employees globally in 2015, up from 18.4 percent in 2014 and 10 percent in 2000. Women accounted for 24.2 percent of the company\u2019s 2,000 global key positions end 2015, up from 22 percent in 2014.  In the auto industry, Renault is a global leader in assigning women to senior positions. Three members of the 12-member Executive Committee are women (up from two out of 11 in 2015): Mouna Sepehri, executive vice president of the Office of the CEO; Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin, executive vice president for Human Resources (Damesin is also Renault-Nissan Alliance executive vice president for Human Resources); and Clotilde Delbos, recently appointed as executive vice president, chief financial officer Groupe Renault and chairman of the board of RCI Banque.

At Nissan, 9.1 percent of managerial positions in Japan are held by women in 2016, up from 8.2 percent in 2015. According to the 2015 statistics from Japan\u2019s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, this figure compares favorably with the average of 3.7 percent for all Japanese manufacturers with 1,000 or more employees. Women comprise 7 percent of higher-level managers in Japan in 2016, more than triple the 2 percent in 2008.  As of April 2016, women held 13 percent of all the managerial positions at Nissan globally, up from 7 percent in 2008. Nissan\u2019s goal is to increase the percentage of women in managerial positions globally to 14 percent by 2017.

Renault-Nissan Alliance women recognized for their strong business contribution

In 2016, the Alliance and several of its female executives received a significant number of awards, including:

Alliance initiatives and events promoting women empowerment:

Renault-Nissan focuses on \u2018Reaching to the Top\u2019 at Women\u2019s Forum

Renault and Nissan provide an update on gender progress and equality every year in advance of the Women\u2019s Forum for the Economy and Society. This year\u2019s conference takes place Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in Deauville, France. The annual gathering, which the Alliance has supported since 2006, aims to level the playing field for women in industry academia, politics and society.

The Alliance sends 50 top-performing women from around the world to the conference. This year, the Alliance will sponsor a special session titled, \u201cReaching to the Top,\u201d for its delegates.

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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Notes to editors:

In addition, the Renault-Nissan Alliance will have one public speaker and will host two sessions at this year\u2019s event:

For more information on Renault\u2019s diversity initiatives, go to:
www.renault.com/en/groupe/developpement-durable/responsabilite-sociale-de-l-entreprise/pages/diversite.asp

For more information on Nissan\u2019s diversity initiatives, go to:
www.nissan-global.com/EN/COMPANY/DIVERSITY

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Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com


Alejandra Kaufman
Renault SAS
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alejandra.kaufman@renault.com


Astrid de Latude
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 25 63 22 08
astrid.de-latude@renault.com


Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45 523 5552
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (October 20th, 2016) - V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte, Purchasing Alliance Global Senior Vice President & Deputy Managing Director of Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO), is appointed today Purchasing Alliance Global Executive Vice President and Chairman & Managing Director of Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization , effective November 1st. She will replace Yasuhiro Yamauchi who is appointed Chief Competitive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Makoto Uchida, currently Program Director of Datsun Business Unit, is appointed Purchasing Alliance Global Vice President and Nissan Corporate Officer effective November 1st, 2016. He will be the deputy of Ms. Sarlat-Depotte.

V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte

On January 1st, 2015, V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte was appointed Renault-Nissan Alliance Global SVP, Purchasing and Deputy Managing Director of Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO), also becoming a member of Renault Management Committee. She reported to Yasuhiro Yamauchi, Purchasing Alliance EVP, Purchasing and Chairman & Managing Director of RNPO.

V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte began her career at Renault in 1989 as part of the Purchasing Division. She has held several positions within Renault and Nissan, in France and Japan, within Purchasing, RNPO and CEO Office. In 2005, she was appointed Deputy General Manager, Purchasing Strategy at Nissan Motors Limited in Japan before being promoted General Manager in 2007 at the Japan Headquarters. In 2009, she was appointed GM, RNPO Vehicle Body Parts within RNPO. In 2010, she was promoted Vice President, RNPO Body & Electrical. In 2014, she became Alliance Global Director, RNPO Body & Electrical. V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte graduated from the EPF with an engineering degree in 1989. 

Makoto Uchida

Makoto Uchida joined Nissan in 2003 as Clerk to Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO). He was appointed Manager of RNPO in 2006, and in 2010, he was promoted to Vice President of RNPO in charge of Paint Industrial and Logistics.

In 2012, he moved to Renault Samsung Motors where he served as Senior Executive Managing Director in charge of Program and Total Cost Delivery management. As of April 2014, Mr. Uchida served as Program Director in charge of Datsun.

Prior to joining Nissan he was Assistant Manager, Automotive Department, Nissho Iwai Corporation. He graduate from Doshisha University.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler and China\u2019s Dongfeng. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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Renault-Nissan Alliance
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blanca.garcia@renault-nissan.com



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Casablanca, Morocco, Oct. 5, 2016 - The Renault-Nissan Alliance, world leader in zero-emission mobility,* will provide a fleet of 50 all-electric vehicles as the official passenger-car provider for the United Nation\u2019s COP22 Climate Conference in Marrakech, Morocco. The fully electric fleet will shuttle delegates.

More than 25,000 participants from 195 countries are expected to attend the annual climate summit Nov. 7-18. It marks the second time the United Nations will use a zero-emission shuttle fleet in support of public transport at one of its major conferences.

The COP22 fleet will feature the Renault ZOE subcompact car, the Nissan LEAF compact car and the seven-seat Nissan e-NV200 van. The vehicles will be available to shuttle delegates 24 hours, seven days a week to key venues at the conference, as a complement to public transportation.

The Alliance will also provide a network of more than 20 accelerated and standard charging stations at strategic locations. The accelerated charging stations will be able to charge the EVs from 0 to 80 percent in about one hour.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is the global leader in zero-emission vehicles. With six models, it has already sold more than 360,000 electric vehicles worldwide. Nissan LEAF, launched in 2010, remains the industry\u2019s best-selling EV. Renault ZOE is the best-performing EV in Europe. The Alliance has sold about half of the electric vehicles on the road globally today including the Renault Twizy two-seat, urban commuter vehicle, and the Nissan e-NV200 van, which has been on sale in Europe and Japan since 2014.

In addition, the Renault-Nissan\u2019s Tangier, Morocco, plant is designed to move towards 'zero CO2' emissions through the use of renewable resources, for thermal energy produced on site, as well as its purchased electricity. The plant began operations in 2012, and its approach remains unique in the automobile industry

In Morocco, Renault Group is the only major automaker to market a fully electric range of vehicles. Thanks to COP22 and the desire of the Kingdom to develop low-carbon energy, several companies have decided to bet on the 100 percent electric car by buying fleets.

'The Renault-Nissan Alliance is proud to contribute to COP22 by providing a fleet of 50 100 percent electric vehicles,\u201d said Marc Nassif, managing director of Renault Morocco Group and Alliance COP22 leader. \u201cThis technology, coupled with an increasingly decarbonized electric mix, is the solution for individual mobility to address the issue of global warming and enhance air quality in our cities.'

Isao Sekiguchi, managing director of the North Africa Region and Egypt for Nissan Group, agreed.

\u201dClimate change is one of the most pressing issues facing the world today,\u201d Sekiguchi said  \u201cThe Renault-Nissan Alliance was not only quick to recognize the import contribution the automotive industry could make to the collective effort to tackle emissions, but was also quick to act\u201d.

The Alliance was also an official partner of COP21. The fleet of 200 electric vehicles from the Alliance represented the world\u2019s largest EV fleet ever provided for an international conference. This fleet shuttled more than 8,000 delegates, media and negotiators during the two-week United Nations annual climate change conference in Paris last year. In doing so, it traveled at least 175,000 kilometers without emitting any CO2  tailpipe emissions and without using any petroleum, which saved nearly 182 barrels of oil and avoided 18 tons of CO2 being emitted.

The Alliance will also participate in Solutions COP22, an international exhibition on climate-change solutions, to be held in the Green Zone in Marrakech. The exhibition, which will take place Nov. 7- 18, will feature CO2 solutions from cities, businesses and other organizations around the world. In addition, the Alliance will have electric vehicles available for public test drives.

For more information about COP22, please click here: www.cop22.ma 

* No CO2 emissions and no regulated atmospheric pollutants while driving according to homologation cycle (NEDC).

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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CATHERINE LOUBIER APPOINTED
RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE COMMUNICATION GLOBAL DIRECTOR
Effective October 4, 2016

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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (October 4, 2016) - The Renault-Nissan Alliance today announced the appointment of Catherine Loubier as Alliance Communication Global Director effective October 4, 2016. She will be based at Renault\u2019s headquarters in Boulogne, France and oversee a global team based at Renault and at Nissan\u2019s headquarters in Yokohama, Japan.

As the Alliance continues to take leadership on the world scene in the auto industry, her vast communications and strategic consulting expertise will be key.  In her new role, Loubier will be responsible for Alliance communications globally, which aims to increase internal and external visibility and understanding of the Renault Nissan Alliance. Responsible for the Alliance communication strategy, she will oversee the CEO and the Alliance executives\u2019 communications. She will be responsible of the corporate narrative, media relations, events and sponsorships, reputation management and best practices. She will also be responsible to manage and create synergies between the three communications functions (Renault, Nissan and the Alliance) in order to improve efficiency.

Catherine Loubier

Born in Montreal, Canada, Catherine Loubier started her career in 1996 in the private sector where she held different positions advising entrepreneurs and decision-makers in the financial, entertainment and energy sectors on communications and issues management. She joined the Canadian government in 2006 as Media Advance to the Prime Minister. She later acted as Director of Communications for the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities of Canada (2006-2010), for the Minister of Foreign Affairs (2008-2010), and Press Secretary and Spokeswomen to the Prime Minister of Canada (2015). As Senior Advisor for Quebec to the Prime Minister of Canada from 2013 to 2015, she dealt with highly strategic decisions and negotiated key agreements for relations between Quebec and the federal government. She more recently was Vice president, Strategic Counsel and Public Affairs in a leading Canadian public relations firm. She holds a BA and a Master in Political Science.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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Blanca Garcia
Renault-Nissan Alliance
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PARIS \u2013 The strategic partnership between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG is maturing as it enters its seventh year in 2016, the companies\u2019 leaders said today in their annual media update during the Paris International Motor Show. 

\u201cThe partnership between Daimler and the Alliance has grown and matured,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Alliance Chairman and CEO. \u201cIt is based on a spirit of cooperation and trust that has strengthened over the years. The results have clearly benefitted both partners. By sharing development and production costs, we have been able to enter new segments and offer our customers more compelling vehicles with the latest technology and features at more competitive prices.\u201d

Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, added: \u201cOver the last seven years we\u2019ve established a partnership that extends from parts to platforms, from co-development to co-production and from cars to commercial vehicles. And we did so in project-oriented, diverse teams that share competences across continents. They are driven by the best ideas \u2013 may they originate in Paris, Stuttgart, or Yokohama. So, our future cooperation continues to hold great promise.\u201d


Major milestones of the past year include: 


When the Daimler-Alliance partnership was launched in April 2010, the scope of the original collaboration was limited to three projects, primarily in Europe. Since then, the combined portfolio shared between the partners is growing in all fields (products, engines and cross-supplying) in Europe, Asia and the Americas.


* Electric energy consumption: 13.1 \u2013 12.9 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions, combined: 0 g/km 

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Companies sign global, multiyear contract to work on next-generation connected car technologies and driving experiences

PARIS, France/REDMOND, Wash. (September 26, 2016) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Microsoft Corp. have signed a global, multiyear agreement to partner on next-generation technologies to advance connected driving experiences worldwide.

The companies will work together to develop next-generation connected services for cars powered by Microsoft Azure, one of the company\u2019s intelligent cloud offerings. These new services will improve customer experience via advanced navigation, predictive maintenance and vehicle centric services, remote monitoring of car features, external mobile experiences and over-the-air updates.

\u201cA car is becoming increasingly connected, intelligent and personal,\u201d said Ogi Redzic, Renault-Nissan Alliance senior vice-president, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services. \u201cPartnering with Microsoft allows us to accelerate the development of the associated key technologies needed to enable scenarios our customers want and build all-new ones they haven\u2019t even imagined. We aim to become the provider of connected mobility for everyone with one single global platform.\u201d

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is pioneering autonomous driving and connectivity features on mainstream, mass-market vehicles at affordable prices. The Alliance aims to develop connectivity technologies and features to support the launch of more than 10 vehicles with autonomous driving technology by 2020 with services to maximize better use of newly found in-car free time.

Renault-Nissan will continuously develop and launch new connected services and applications that make it easier for people to stay connected to work, entertainment and social networks, and offer vehicle centric services that will simplify and enhance engagement with the car through usage-based information, remote access, remote diagnostics and preventive maintenance

Microsoft Azure provides a proven, secure global cloud platform with unlimited scale that allows Renault-Nissan to deliver services worldwide to its broad customer base.

Renault-Nissan selected Azure in part because of its enterprise-grade security and Microsoft\u2019s rigorous commitment to compliance. In addition, Azure supports multiple operating systems, programming languages and tools, providing flexibility and choice to build a common platform for Renault-Nissan to deploy services to both Alliance brands.

\u201cWhile the connected car experience is in its infancy, we believe there\u2019s so much potential to dramatically change the industry. We are partnering to accelerate Renault-Nissan\u2019s mobile and cloud strategies and unlock new experiences for their customers,\u201d said Jean-Philippe Courtois, executive vice president and president, Microsoft Global Sales, Marketing and Operations, Microsoft. \u201cRenault-Nissan is an exceptional partner thanks to its global presence and range of brands, which enable it to bring entirely new mobile and digital experiences to so many people. This collaboration will bring a new standard to connected cars.\u201d

Focus on next-generation technologies

The partnership will accelerate development of best-in-class infotainment and location-based services that will:

Allow customers to personalize and protect their settings: Customers will be able to customize their settings knowing that data is safe and that they have the option to transfer the settings from one car to another, or lock them and disable transfer. By adding a driver-centric experience in the car, the drive becomes personal and allows for things like adaptive route suggestions and advanced navigation.

Productivity: With Microsoft, Renault-Nissan will expand the realm of productivity into the car \u2013 transforming the daily commute into a productive experience by seamlessly integrating the digital experiences present at work and life into the car. 

Give access to over-the-air updates: Customers will be able to download over-the-air updates to, for example, have the latest autonomous drive software and collision-avoidance applications.

Help customers stay in touch: Customers will be able to easily check in and communicate their estimated time of arrival, or alert friends to a change of plans. They will also be able to use automatic payment from the car for highway tolls or parking, with a simple touch from the comfort of their seat.

Monitor the car from a distance: Car owners will be able to monitor their car from anywhere, through their mobile phone or laptop. They could transfer control to a friend or relative who needs their car \u2013 without transferring physical keys. They will use a mobile application that helps them find the car, can trigger remote charging and preconditioning and lock and unlock the car.

Protect the vehicle: Tracking software locates a stolen car and disables it at the next practical opportunity. \u201cGeofencing\u201d technology creates invisible fences around the car that will enable notifications when the car enters or exits a predefined area or route.  

Improve the vehicle experience: By adding connectivity, customers will be able to have access to advance vehicle diagnostic services, allowing the car manufacturer to deliver unique features. Collecting real usage data will also support vehicle engineering to improve manufacturing quality.

ABOUT MICROSOFT

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ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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Renault-Nissan Alliance
Tel: +33 (6) 10 90 06 49
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Microsoft Media Relations
WE Communications for Microsoft
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PARIS (Sept. 20, 2016) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance is acquiring the French software-development company Sylpheo to accelerate the expansion of its connected vehicle and mobility services programs.

The acquisition was announced today by Ogi Redzic, Alliance Senior Vice President of Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services.

\u201cThe Sylpheo team of software developers and cloud engineers joining the Alliance will have a unique opportunity to work on our next generation of connected cars and other advanced technologies,\u201d Redzic said. \u201cThey will be playing a critical role in this new era of tremendous change for the global auto industry.\u201d

The Alliance will launch more than 10 vehicles with autonomous drive technology by 2020. Widespread connected car technology will improve the ownership experience, enable the Alliance to offer innovative new services to customers, and drive increased business efficiency.

This acquisition is the Alliance\u2019s latest step toward accelerating that development. Following Redzic\u2019s appointment in January to lead the mobility and connectivity services team, the world\u2019s fourth largest car group launched a recruitment campaign to hire 300 technology experts.

\u201cSylpheo\u2019s team of 40 engineers and consultants will bring software development and cloud engineering expertise to the organization. The technology they will help develop will mean better products and services for our customers and efficiency for our business. The acquisition of Sylpheo is just one of many steps Renault-Nissan Alliance is taking to ensure its continued innovation leadership in the automotive industry,\u201d Redzic added.

The acquisition reflects Renault-Nissan\u2019s ongoing commitment toward creating an automotive future with zero emissions and zero fatalities. Whether it is electric vehicles, autonomous drive or connectivity services, the Alliance strategy is to incorporate advanced technology on mass market vehicles at affordable prices.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. 


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (September 13 2016)\u2014The Renault-Nissan Alliance, the world\u2019s leader in zero-emissions mobility, has sold its 350,000th electric vehicle since  December 2010, when the Nissan LEAF went on sale.

The Alliance achieved the historic milestone in August, while also setting an industry record of 100,000 EVs sold in a single year.

The Alliance today accounts for half of the EVs sold worldwide. The Nissan LEAF remains the industry\u2019s best-selling EV ever, with more than 230,000 units sold globally. Renault is the best-performing EV brand in Europe.

\u201cThis historic milestone confirms our customers\u2019 recognition of the benefits of Renault and Nissan electric vehicles,\u201d Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said. \u201cOur commitment to contribute toward a zero-emissions world by bringing to the market a full range of affordable EVs makes Renault-Nissan the indisputable leader in EV technology.\u201d


Historic milestones for Nissan and Renault

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is the only global car group with a wide range of zero-emission vehicles for personal and business use. In addition to the LEAF, Nissan also sells the e-NV200, a light commercial vehicle sold mainly in Europe and Japan since 2014. Along with the ZOE, Renault also sells the Renault Kangoo Z.E van, the SM3 Z.E. sedan and the Twizy, a two-seat, urban commuter vehicle.

To date, Nissan has sold more than 250,000 EVs in 48 markets globally. The Nissan LEAF has driven more than 2.7 billion kilometers (1.7 billion miles), helping prevent an estimated 455,249,190 tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere1. The United States, Japan and Europe accounted for 90 percent of LEAF sales, with the U.S. leading the way with about 97,000 sales, followed by Japan (68,000) and Europe (61,000).

Renault reached the 100,000 EV milestone worldwide since its first model, the Kangoo Z.E., went on sale in October 2011. The milestone was marked with a ceremony in Norway, where a customer took delivery of a Renault ZOE. ZOE is the best-selling EV in Europe, and, with sales increasing 32 percent during this first six months of this year, Renault is the best-performing EV brand in Europe: One of four electric vehicles on European roads are Renault.


Driving range increase and technology innovations

The Alliance keeps improving the range and features of its EV fleet, pushing the boundaries of what is possible with zero-emissions technology to meet customer expectations and needs.

Nissan launched the updated Nissan LEAF with 250 kilometers of range2 in the United States and Japan in late 2015, and in Europe earlier this year.

Renault last year improved the ZOE\u2019s range by 30 kilometers with 10 percent faster charging times. Renault\u2019s engineers improved the motor\u2019s efficiency by optimizing its electronic management system.

The Alliance continues to innovate by combining its EV expertise with the research and development of other advanced technologies. In January, the Alliance announced plans to launch more than 10 vehicles with autonomous drive technology by 2020. The technology will be installed on mainstream, mass-market cars at affordable prices, confirming the Alliance\u2019s commitment to achieve its twin goals of zero-emissions and zero-fatalities.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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1 Total figures based on Nissan's Global Data Center (GDC) as of August 2016. The distance and the amount of CO2 are only collected from those Nissan LEAF EVs registered in the telematics system, which account for approximately 53% of total global sales (average projection).

2New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) value

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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com

Celine Farissier
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 35 14 22 75
Celine.farissier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd
+81 (0)45-523-5549
akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp



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BUENOS AIRES, July 29, 2016 \u2013 Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn confirmed today that the Alliance will invest U.S. $800 million in Argentina through 2018.

Ghosn\u2019s visit to Argentina is his first since President Mauricio Macri\u2019s inauguration and comes as the Alliance prepares to launch its first dedicated pickup truck manufacturing line to produce vehicles for Nissan, Renault and Alliance partner, Daimler. The new line represents an investment of U.S. $600 million. Ghosn noted it also will mark the first time Nissan will build vehicles in Argentina. 

Renault Argentina also announced it will invest another U.S. $100 million in a new model to be produced at the Santa Isabel plant in C\u00f3rdoba. This latest investment follows a U.S. $100 million investment announced in March 2015 for the production of Renault Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan models at the plant.

Ghosn met with President Macri in Buenos Aires to reiterate the Alliance\u2019s commitment to Argentina, provide insights into future plans and thank the President for his forward-looking approach on trade and investment.

\u201cThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is deeply committed to Argentina and the local partners who are joining these ambitious projects,\u201d Ghosn said. \u201cAs the third-largest automotive market and the center of pickup manufacturing in Latin America, Argentina is key to the regional growth plans of our brands.\u201d

During his visit, Ghosn also toured the Santa Isabel Industrial Complex where preparations for new investments are underway. He also met with key automotive suppliers that will support the Alliance\u2019s pickup production.


Highlights of the one-ton pickup U.S. $600 million investment


Renault\u2019s investment


Nissan takes actions to ensure growth in Argentina

Argentina plays a key role in Nissan\u00b4s plans to achieve top 3 rankings in the Latin American automotive industry. In April 2015, Nissan announced that it would transform its business model from importer to wholly-owned subsidiary and original equipment manufacturer with the production of the all-new Nissan NP300 Frontier by 2018. In September 2015, the company purchased local importer operations to create its first subsidiary team, now integrated into Nissan\u00b4s regional and global operations.


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany's Daimler, China's Dongfeng, and Japan's Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia's top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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Marcelo Klappenbach                                             
Gerente de Comunicaciones Corporativas,
Nissan Argentina S.A. T:+54 (11) 5533.6800
marcelo.klappenbach@nissan.com.ar


Natacha Schvartz
Jefe de Comunicaci\u00f3n Externa,
Renault Argentina T: +54 (11) 4778.2000

natacha.schvartz@renault.com

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PARIS/YOKOHAMA/GENEVA (21st July, 2016) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance has become the newest member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, joining forces with over 200 international companies promoting global sustainability.

The Alliance\u2019s commitment to sustainability is a cornerstone of its business, as sustainable decisions help drive innovation. While Renault-Nissan develops the cars of the future, it is also focused on creating products that enhance society, increase mobility for all and help solve today's most significant safety and environmental challenges.

Renault-Nissan is the global leader in electric vehicles. The Alliance has sold more than 340,000 zero-emissions vehicles since 2010. Its engineers are also working on developing Autonomous Drive, connectivity and other next-generation technologies towards the Alliance goal of zero-emissions and zero-fatalities.

Peter Bakker, WBCSD\u2019s President and CEO said, \u201cAs we move toward the low carbon economy, it\u2019s imperative that we have strong and forward thinking leaders in the automobile sector. We look forward to working with Renault-Nissan Alliance to deliver the business solutions that will address serious global challenges, and hope they will create new global benchmarks for more sustainable car companies.\u201d

The Renault-Nissan Alliance shares the Council\u2019s objective to advance sustainable business around the world. It aims to play a key role in the creation of a sustainable future in the nearly 200 countries where it operates.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.


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ABOUT THE WORLD BUSINESS COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

WBCSD is a global, CEO-led organization of over 200 leading businesses and partners working together to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world. We help make our member companies more successful and sustainable by focusing on the maximum positive impact for shareholders, the environment and societies.

Our member companies come from all business sectors and all major economies, representing a combined revenue of more than $8.5 trillion and 19 million employees. Our global network of almost 70 national business councils gives our members unparalleled reach across the globe. WBCSD is uniquely positioned to work with member companies along and across value chains to deliver impactful business solutions to the most challenging sustainability issues.

Together, we are the leading voice of business for sustainability: united by our vision of a world where more than 9 billion people are all living well and within the boundaries of our planet, by 2050. 

www.wbcsd.org    

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Blanca Garcia
Renault-Nissan Alliance
Tel: +33 (6) 10 90 06 49
blanca.garcia@renault-nissan.com


Felicity Glennie-Holmes
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Tel: +41228393110

glennie-holmes@wbcsd.org

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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (July 5, 2016) -- Renault-Nissan Alliance generated \u20ac4.3 billion in synergies in 2015, one year ahead of schedule and an increase of 13 percent from 2014. Purchasing, engineering and
manufacturing were the main contributors.

Renault and Nissan generate \u201csynergies\u201d by working together to reduce costs, avoid spending and increase revenue. Only new synergies \u2014 not cumulative \u2014 are taken into account each year. Synergies help Renault and Nissan meet their financial goals and deliver higher-value vehicles to customers.

Renault and Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars globally, converged four key functions in 2014: Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Human Resources. While Renault and Nissan remain separate companies, each function is led by a common Alliance Executive Vice President.

\u201cConvergence in four of our key business functions has resulted in creating value by reducing costs, avoiding expenses and increasing revenues. Thanks to the convergence, the Alliance expects to generate at least \u20ac5.5 billion in synergies in 2018,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance.


Common Module Family

Common Module Family (CMF) is the Alliance\u2019s unique system of modular vehicle architecture and an increasing source of synergies.

The Alliance is already reaping the benefits from CMF, reflected in the launch by Nissan of the Rogue in North America, the award winning Qashqai in Europe and the X-Trail in Japan and China. Renault also successfully launched the new Espace, the Kadjar, the new Megane and Talisman, all based on CFM-C/D.

In 2015, Renault began selling the Kwid in India, followed by the launch of the Redi-Go by Datsun in mid-2016. Both are built in the Alliance\u2019s plant in Chennai, India, on the CMF-A architecture, which covers the smallest and most affordable category of cars.

\u201cWith the launch of Common Module Family-A, the Renault-Nissan Alliance demonstrates its ability to enter a very competitive market such as India, where only few OEMs succeeded to answer the local customers\u2019 requirement for modern and affordable cars,\u201d said Arnaud Deboeuf, Alliance Senior Vice President of Renault-Nissan BV and the Alliance CEO\u2019s Office.

By 2020, the Alliance expects 70 percent of its vehicles to be built on CMF architectures.

Cross-production

The cross-production of vehicles will continue to be a major driver of manufacturing synergies. Cross-production leverages the Alliance Production Way, a manufacturing and shop-floor management system common to Renault and Nissan. The Alliance Production Way takes manufacturing benchmarks from both Renault and Nissan.

In early 2016, Renault announced that it will produce the next-generation of Nissan\u2019s NV300 van at its plant in Sandouville, France. The Nissan NV300 will be manufactured on the same line as the new Renault Trafic.

By the end of 2016, the Renault plant located in Flins, near Paris, will start the production of the new Nissan Micra.

The AVTOVAZ plant in Togliatti, Russia, is the Alliance\u2019s biggest production base in the world, with capacity of nearly 1 million vehicles a year. The plant produces vehicles under four brands: Lada, Renault, Nissan and Datsun. The Alliance owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls AVTOVAZ, Russia\u2019s largest automaker.

Collaborative work on Electric Vehicles, Autonomous Drive and connectivity

The Renault-Nissan Alliance also announced that it will launch 10 models with Autonomous Drive technologies by 2020. This is in line with the Alliance\u2019s commitment to technological innovation and its focus on the twin goals of zero emissions and zero fatalities.

Renault-Nissan is already the global leader in electric vehicles. The Alliance has sold more than 340,000 zero-emission vehicles since 2010.

Renault and Nissan engineers are working together on the development of Autonomous Drive, connectivity and other next-generation technologies for mass-market, mainstream vehicles. By partnering on advanced research and development, Renault and Nissan are able to work more efficiently, with less cost.

The Alliance has an annual research and development budget of about \u20ac4.5 billion. It has research centers in Atsugi, Japan; Guyancourt, France; Farmington Hills, Mich.; Sunnyvale, Calif.; and in India, Brazil, Romania, Turkey and China, among other locations.

In January, the Alliance announced the introduction of a common Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services team that will ensure the swift implementation of connectivity applications that customers will experience across all Alliance brands. The team will also be introducing new mobility services on behalf of the Alliance.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has set as a priority to make synergies happen today while both companies work together for the future.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE:

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.


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www.media.renault.com

www.nissan-newsroom.com

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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81-(0)50-3804-7199
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp

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TOGLIATTI, Russia (June 23, 2016) -- AVTOVAZ elected new board members Thursday at its annual general shareholder meeting.

The following were elected to the Board of the Directors for the first time:

The following directors continue to serve on the Board of Directors of AVTOVAZ:

At the board meeting following the annual shareholder meeting, Sergey Skvortsov, Deputy General Director of Rostec, was elected as Chairman of the Board of AVTOVAZ. Denis Le Vot was elected as Vice Chairman.

Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, and Sergey Chemezov, Rostec\u2019s CEO, will continue to play an active role in the company\u2019s strategy through Alliance Rostec Auto BV, the holding company that is the majority stakeholder of   AVTOVAZ.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in Alliance Rostec Auto BV. Vehicles carrying the Renault, Nissan, Datsun and Lada brands are built in Togliatti and at other plants throughout Russia.

The AVTOVAZ Board of Directors reviewed the company\u2019s midterm plan, which aims to achieve a 20 percent share in Russia\u2019s automotive market, to increase exports and drive all necessary actions for the company\u2019s financial recovery.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE:

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. The Alliance has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


ABOUT JSC AVTOVAZ

JSC AVTOVAZ Togliatti is the largest capacity manufacturing plant of the Renault-Nissan Alliance in Russia and one of the biggest in the world. It is the only plant among the Alliance\u2019s 46 plants that produces four Alliance brands (LADA, Renault, Nissan and Datsun). In the second half of 2015, AVTOVAZ started assembly of LADA Vesta and LADA XRAY in the Izhvesk and Togliatti plants; these cars will assure complete renewal of LADA brand and new prospects for its development.


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Oxana Nazarova

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+7 963 979 22 48 (Russia)
+33 (0) 6 4685 2227 (France)

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MOSCOU/PARIS (18 Avril 2016) \u2013 L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan et l\u2019entreprise d\u2019Etat Rostec pr\u00e9voient les nominations et les changements suivants au sein du Conseil d\u2019administration d\u2019AVTOVAZ, qui prendraient effet le 23 juin 2016 :

Ces propositions devraient \u00eatre ent\u00e9rin\u00e9es par les actionnaires lors de l\u2019Assembl\u00e9e g\u00e9n\u00e9rale du premier constructeur de Russie qui se tiendra le 23 juin \u00e0 Togliatti.

Mr Ghosn, Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral et Pr\u00e9sident de Renault-Nissan, est Pr\u00e9sident d\u2019Alliance Rostec Auto BV, la holding qui contr\u00f4le AVTOVAZ. Carlos Ghosn tout comme Sergue\u00ef Chemezov, Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral de Rostec, continueront de jouer un r\u00f4le actif dans la strat\u00e9gie de d\u00e9veloppement d\u2019AVTOVAZ.

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan d\u00e9tient une participation majoritaire dans Alliance Rostec Auto BV. Renault, Nissan, Datsun et Lada, la marque d\u2019AVTOVAZ, fabriquent ensemble des v\u00e9hicules \u00e0 Togliatti ainsi que dans d\u2019autres usines en Russie.

De nouveaux dirigeants pour une nouvelle \u00e8re

Le 4 avril dernier, Nicolas Maure est devenu Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral d\u2019AVTOVAZ.

Avant de prendre les r\u00eanes d\u2019AVTOVAZ, Mr Maure, 55 ans, exer\u00e7ait la fonction de Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Groupe Renault en Roumanie, o\u00f9 il \u00e9tait responsable de l\u2019ensemble des activit\u00e9s commerciales et industrielles. Il \u00e9tait \u00e9galement Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral de Dacia Automobile SA, marque enregistrant l\u2019une des croissances les plus rapides du secteur en Europe et plus grande entreprise priv\u00e9e de Roumanie.

Mr Skvortsov, actuellement Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Adjoint et Industriel de Rostec, a obtenu un dipl\u00f4me en relations \u00e9conomiques internationales \u00e0 l\u2019Institut d\u2019Etat de Relations Internationales de Moscou en 1986. Il est \u00e9galement titulaire d\u2019un doctorat en \u00e9conomie. En 1992 il a suivi aux Etats-Unis une formation Merrill Lynch sur les investissements dans les march\u00e9s \u00e9mergents, et en 2005 il a particip\u00e9 au Programme de perfectionnement des cadres de l\u2019INSEAD en France. La soci\u00e9t\u00e9 d\u2019investissement \u00ab Troika Dialog \u00bb, dans laquelle Skvortsov \u00e9tait un Associ\u00e9 principal, a jou\u00e9 un r\u00f4le important dans la mise en place de la nouvelle structure capitalistique d\u2019AvtoVAZ et pour amener Renault-Nissan dans ce partenariat strat\u00e9gique.

Mr Le Vot est membre du Comit\u00e9 de Direction du Groupe Renault depuis le 1er janvier 2015 et a \u00e9t\u00e9 nomm\u00e9 Directeur des Op\u00e9rations de la R\u00e9gion Eurasie le 1er avril 2016. Il est dipl\u00f4m\u00e9 de l\u2019\u00c9cole des Mines de Paris. Il entre chez Renault en 1990 \u00e0 la Direction Commerciale au sein de la Direction des Affaires Internationales.  En 2011 il est nomm\u00e9 Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Adjoint de Renault Russie, avant de devenir en septembre 2013 Directeur Commercial G9.


A PROPOS DE L\u2019ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le japonais Nissan (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Yokohama). L\u2019Alliance vend 10% des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, Renault et Nissan ont vendu 8,5 millions de v\u00e9hicules dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2015. L\u2019Alliance a conclu des accords de collaboration strat\u00e9gique avec divers constructeurs, notamment l\u2019allemand Daimler, le japonais Mitsubishi et le chinois Dongfeng. L\u2019Alliance d\u00e9tient aussi une participation majoritaire dans la coentreprise qui contr\u00f4le le russe AVTOVAZ, fabricant de la marque Lada.


A PROPOS DE L\u2019ENTREPRISE D\u2019ETAT Rostec

L\u2019entreprise d\u2019Etat Rostec a \u00e9t\u00e9 cr\u00e9\u00e9e en 2007 en Russie afin de promouvoir le d\u00e9veloppement, la production et l\u2019exportation de produits civils et militaires \u00e0 haute technicit\u00e9. Elle regroupe 700 entreprises. Neuf d\u2019entre elles forment aujourd\u2019hui des holdings \u00e9voluant dans le complexe militaro-industriel, cinq autres travaillent dans le domaine civil. Vingt-deux de ces soci\u00e9t\u00e9s sont plac\u00e9es sous le contr\u00f4le direct de Rostec. Cette derni\u00e8re poss\u00e8de de nombreuses marques reconnues, notamment Avtovaz, Kamaz, H\u00e9licopt\u00e8res de Russie, ainsi que VSMPO-AVISMA. Les entit\u00e9s composant Rostec sont implant\u00e9es dans 60 territoires de la F\u00e9d\u00e9ration de Russie et commercialisent leurs produits dans plus de 70 pays. Rostec a r\u00e9alis\u00e9 un chiffre d\u2019affaires de 1040 milliards de roubles en 2013 et b\u00e9n\u00e9ficie de d\u00e9ductions fiscales de plus de 138 milliards de roubles.


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MOSCOW/PARIS (18 April 2016) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Rostec State Corporation anticipate the following appointments and changes to the board of directors of AVTOVAZ, effective June 23:

The appointments are expected to be approved by shareholders at Russia\u2019s largest automaker\u2019s annual shareholder meeting June 23 in Togliatti.

Carlos Ghosn, CEO and Chairman of Renault-Nissan, is chairman of Alliance Rostec Auto BV, the holding company that controls AVTOVAZ. Both Ghosn and Sergey Chemezov, Rostec\u2019s CEO, will continue to play an active role in AVTOVAZ\u2019s strategy moving forward.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in Alliance Rostec Auto BV. Renault, Nissan, Datsun and AVTOVAZ\u2019s Lada brand build vehicles together in Togliatti and other plants throughout Russia.

New Leaders for a New Era

On April 4, Nicolas Maure became CEO of AVTOVAZ. Before becoming CEO of AVTOVAZ, Maure, 55, was Managing Director for Renault Group operations in Romania, where he was in charge of all commercial and industrial activities. He was also President and CEO of Automobile Dacia SA, one of the fastest growing car brands in Europe and the largest private company in Romania.

Skvortsov, Rostec\u2019s Deputy General and Industrial Director, graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations in 1986 with a degree in international economic relations. He has a PhD in economics. He completed a Merrill Lynch course in emerging market investments in the United States in 1992 and completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD in France in 2005. The investment company 'Troika Dialog,' where Skvortsov was a Principal Partner, was instrumental in the creation of the new AVTOVAZ shareholder structure and in attracting Renault-Nissan to the strategic partnership.

Le Vot has been a member of Renault\u2019s Management Committee since January 2015 and was appointed Renault\u2019s Senior Vice President and Chairman of the Eurasia region in April. He holds an engineering degree from the \u00c9cole des Mines de Paris. He joined Renault in 1990 in Sales & Marketing within the International Operations Department.  In 2011, he became Deputy Managing Director of Renault Russia. In September 2013, he became Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Renault\u2019s top global markets.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors, and China\u2019s Dongfeng Motor. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.

About Rostec State Corporation


Rostec State Corporation is a Russian corporation founded in 2007 for the purpose of promoting the development, production and export of hi-tech civilian and military industry products. It comprises 700 organizations, nine of which have now been formed as holding companies of the military-industrial complex, five of them are involved in civil industries and 22 are directly controlled. Rostec\u2019s portfolio includes recognized brands such as Avtovaz, Kamaz, Russian Helicopters, and VSMPO-AVISMA. Rostec\u2019s organizations are located in 60 constituent entities of the Russian Federation and supply their products to the markets of more than 70 countries. The revenue of Rostec in 2013 amounted to RUB 1.04 trillion. The tax deductions into the treasuries at all levels exceeded RUB 138 billion.


MEDIA CONTACT
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oxana.nazarova@renault.com
+7 963 979 22 48 (Russia)
+33 (0) 6 4685 2227 (France)

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+33 (0) 6 4685 2227 (France)


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MOSCOU (15 mars 2016) \u2013 Alliance Rostec Auto BV a annonc\u00e9 aujourd\u2019hui la nomination de Nicolas Maure au poste de Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral d\u2019AVTOVAZ. Il prendra ses fonctions le 4 avril prochain.

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan et l'entreprise d'Etat Rostec, qui g\u00e8rent ensemble une coentreprise contr\u00f4lant AVTOVAZ, ont confirm\u00e9 le d\u00e9part de Bo Inge Andersson \u00e0 compter du 4 avril prochain.

Nicolas Maure, \u00e2g\u00e9 de 55 ans, est actuellement Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Groupe Renault en Roumanie, o\u00f9 il est responsable des activit\u00e9s commerciales et industrielles. Il est \u00e9galement Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de Dacia Automobile SA, marque enregistrant l\u2019une des croissances les plus rapides du secteur en Europe et plus grande entreprise priv\u00e9e de Roumanie.

Nicolas Maure \u00e9tait auparavant Vice-Pr\u00e9sident de la performance industrielle mondiale de Renault ainsi que Vice-Pr\u00e9sident de la m\u00e9canique au sein de l\u2019organisation commune d\u2019achats de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan (RNPO). Il a dirig\u00e9 de nombreuses \u00e9quipes dans les domaines de la fabrication, des achats, de la qualit\u00e9 et de l\u2019apr\u00e8s-vente. Il a rejoint le groupe Renault en 2000 \u00e0 la suite d\u2019un parcours professionnel chez plusieurs \u00e9quipementiers, notamment Faurecia et Valeo.

\u00ab AVTOVAZ a modernis\u00e9 sa gamme de v\u00e9hicules et ses processus de fabrication, am\u00e9liorant ainsi consid\u00e9rablement la qualit\u00e9 de ses produits, \u00bb a d\u00e9clar\u00e9 Carlos Ghosn, Pr\u00e9sident d\u2019AVTOVAZ et Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan. Cette derni\u00e8re d\u00e9tient une participation majoritaire au capital de la coentreprise Alliance Rostec Auto BV qui contr\u00f4le AVTOVAZ. \u00ab Nous avons l\u2019intention avec Nicolas Maure de maintenir cette strat\u00e9gie en d\u00e9pit des d\u00e9fis \u00e0 court terme et nous demeurons optimistes quant \u00e0 l\u2019avenir \u00e0 long terme du march\u00e9 russe ainsi qu\u2019\u00e0 la capacit\u00e9 d\u2019AVTOVAZ de conserver sa place de leader du secteur automobile dans le pays. \u00bb, a-t-il ajout\u00e9.

\u00abAu cours de ces sept derni\u00e8res ann\u00e9es, AVTOVAZ a fait l\u2019objet de mutations majeures qui ont permis d\u2019am\u00e9liorer consid\u00e9rablement la qualit\u00e9 des v\u00e9hicules, d\u2019accro\u00eetre la productivit\u00e9, et de redynamiser la gamme \u00bb a d\u00e9clar\u00e9 quant \u00e0 lui Sergei Chemezov, Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l'entreprie d'Etat Rostec qui d\u00e9tient \u00e9galement une participation de la coentreprise. \u00ab Notre objectif est aujourd\u2019hui de d\u00e9velopper des produits tr\u00e8s comp\u00e9titifs, d\u2019augmenter la part de march\u00e9 de Lada en Russie et de travailler en \u00e9troite collaboration avec les fournisseurs russes. A ce titre, AVTOVAZ est un mod\u00e8le de d\u00e9veloppement pour des centaines d\u2019entreprises dans tout le pays. Nous comptons sur le nouveau Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral pour poursuivre ces progr\u00e8s et faire face aux nouveaux d\u00e9fis \u00bb, conclut-t-il.

Bo Inge Andersson, le Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral sortant avait rejoint AVTOVAZ en 2013 avec un mandat de trois ans. Il a poursuivi le redressement strat\u00e9gique du constructeur. Il s\u2019est \u00e9galement concentr\u00e9 sur la modernisation des processus, le lancement de nouveaux produits et les transferts de technologie.

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan d\u00e9tient une participation majoritaire dans Alliance Rostec Auto BV, qui contr\u00f4le AVTOVAZ. Renault, Nissan et Lada, la marque d\u2019AVTOVAZ, fabriquent ensemble des v\u00e9hicules \u00e0 Togliatti ainsi que dans d\u2019autres usines en Russie.


A PROPOS DE L\u2019ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le japonais Nissan (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Yokohama). L\u2019Alliance vend 10% des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, Renault et Nissan ont vendu 8,5 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2015. L\u2019Alliance a conclu des accords de collaboration strat\u00e9gique avec divers constructeurs, notamment l\u2019allemand Daimler, le japonais Mitsubishi et le chinois Dongfeng. L\u2019Alliance d\u00e9tient aussi une participation majoritaire de la coentreprise qui contr\u00f4le le russe AVTOVAZ, fabricant de la marque Lada.


A PROPOS DE L\u2019ENTREPRISE D\u2019ETAT ROSTEC

L\u2019entreprise d\u2019Etat Rostec a \u00e9t\u00e9 cr\u00e9\u00e9e en 2007 en Russie afin de promouvoir le d\u00e9veloppement, la production et l\u2019exportation de produits \u00e0 haute technicit\u00e9 civils et militaires. Elle regroupe 700 entreprises. Neuf d\u2019entre elles forment aujourd\u2019hui des holdings \u00e9voluant dans le complexe militaro-industriel, cinq autres travaillent dans le domaine civil. Vingt-deux de ces soci\u00e9t\u00e9s sont plac\u00e9es sous le contr\u00f4le direct de Rostec. Cette derni\u00e8re d\u00e9tient de nombreuses marques reconnues, notamment Avtovaz, Kamaz, H\u00e9licopt\u00e8res de Russie ainsi que VSMPO-AVISMA. Les entit\u00e9s composant Rostec sont implant\u00e9es dans 60 territoires de la F\u00e9d\u00e9ration de Russie et commercialisent leurs produits dans plus de 70 pays. Rostec a r\u00e9alis\u00e9 un chiffre d\u2019affaires de 1040 milliards de roubles en 2013 et b\u00e9n\u00e9ficie de d\u00e9ductions fiscales de plus de 138 milliards de roubles.



CONTACT

Oxana NAZAROVA
oxana.nazarova@renault.com
+7 963 979 22 48 (Russia)
+33 (0) 6 46852227 (France)

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MOSCOW (15 March 2016) \u2014 Alliance Rostec Auto BV today announced that Nicolas Maure will become CEO of AVTOVAZ effective April 4.

The joint venture between Renault-Nissan and Rostec State Corporation (Rostec), which oversees AVTOVAZ, also confirmed that Bo Inge Andersson will step down from the role on April 4.

Maure, 55, is currently Managing Director for Renault Group operations in Romania, where he is in charge of all commercial and industrial activities. He also serves as President and CEO of Automobile Dacia SA, one of the fastest growing car brands in Europe and the largest private company in Romania.

Before taking over operations in Romania, Maure was Vice President for Renault global manufacturing performance and a Vice President for Powertrain in the Renault-Nissan Alliance Purchasing Organization. He has led teams in manufacturing, purchasing, quality and aftersales. He joined Renault in 2000 after working for automotive suppliers including Faurecia and Valeo.

 \u201cAVTOVAZ has modernized its lineup and manufacturing processes, and significantly improved product quality,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman of AVTOVAZ and also Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which has a majority stake in Alliance Rostec Auto BV, the joint venture that controls AVTOVAZ. \u201cWith Nicolas Maure, we plan to continue on this strategy despite the short-term challenges, and we remain bullish about the long-term future of the Russian market and AVTOVAZ as the leading domestic automaker.\u201d

\u201cIn the past seven years, AVTOVAZ underwent major changes which significantly improved the quality of the vehicles, increased efficiency, and revitalized the model lineup,\u201d said Sergei Chemezov, CEO of the Rostec State Corporation (Rostec), which also owns a stake in the joint venture. \u201cThe objective today is to create a highly competitive product, increase Lada\u2019s market share in Russia, and to work deeply with Russian suppliers. In this regard, AVTOVAZ is a model of development for hundreds of companies across the country. We expect the new CEO to continue improvements and capably meet new challenges.\u201d

Outgoing CEO Andersson joined AVTOVAZ for a three-year term starting in 2013. Andersson continued the strategic turnaround of AVTOVAZ. He also focused on process modernization, new product launches and technology transfers.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in Alliance Rostec Auto BV, a holding company that controls AVTOVAZ. Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ\u2019s Lada brand build vehicles together in Togliatti and other plants throughout Russia.

This press release is also available on the Renault-Nissan Alliance blog http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5792


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors, China\u2019s Dongfeng Motor, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.


About Rostec State Corporation
Rostec State Corporation is a Russian corporation founded in 2007 for the purpose of promoting the development, production and export of hi-tech civilian and military industry products. It comprises 700 organizations, nine of which have now been formed as holding companies of the military-industrial complex, five of them are involved in civil industries and 22 are directly controlled. Rostec\u2019s portfolio includes recognized brands such as Avtovaz, Kamaz, Russian Helicopters, and VSMPO-AVISMA. Rostec\u2019s organizations are located in 60 constituent entities of the Russian Federation and supply their products to the markets of more than 70 countries. The revenue of Rostec in 2013 amounted to RUB 1.04 trillion. The tax deductions into the treasuries at all levels exceeded RUB 138 billion.


MEDIA CONTACT
Oxana Nazarova
oxana.nazarova@renault.com
+7 963 979 22 48 (Russia)
+33 (0) 6 46852227 (France)


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MOSCOW (7 March 2016)\u2014 Alliance Rostec Auto BV today announced that Bo Inge Andersson, CEO of AVTOVAZ, plans to step down from the Russian automaker.

Andersson joined AVTOVAZ as CEO in 2013.

He continued the strategic turnaround of AVTOVAZ and he focused on process modernization, new product launches and technology transfers.

An AVTOVAZ Board of Directors\u2019 meeting is scheduled on March 15 at which time the Board is expected to announce Andersson\u2019s replacement. His successor will lead the turnaround into its next phase of operations.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in Alliance Rostec Auto BV, a holding company that controls AVTOVAZ. Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ\u2019s Lada brand build vehicles together in Togliatti and other plants throughout Russia.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2015. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors, China\u2019s Dongfeng Motor, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.


About Rostec State Corporation
Rostec State Corporation is a Russian corporation founded in 2007 for the purpose of promoting the development, production and export of hi-tech civilian and military industry products. It comprises 700 organisations, nine of which have now been formed as holding companies of the military-industrial complex, five of them are involved in civil industries and 22 are directly controlled. Rostec\u2019s portfolio includes recognised brands such as Avtovaz, Kamaz, Russian Helicopters, and VSMPO-AVISMA. Rostec\u2019s organisations are located in 60 constituent entities of the Russian Federation and supply their products to the markets of more than 70 countries. The revenue of Rostec in 2013 amounted to RUB 1.04 trillion. The tax deductions into the treasuries at all levels exceeded RUB 138 billion.

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Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance Communications
mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33

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Paris (4 March 2016) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance is strengthening synergies in four core divisions and launching new convergence projects to boost efficiency and revenue.

Convergence includes integrating divisions, creating common processes, exchanging talent and other significant sharing of resources. Convergence helped Renault and Nissan generate more than \u20ac4 billion in annualized synergies in calendar-year 2015.

During a convention of top Alliance executives globally, Renault-Nissan announced today that it is strengthening synergies in Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Supply Chain Management, Purchasing, and Human Resources. These functions converged in 2014 and already have Alliance executives managing the units.

The Alliance also plans to partly converge Quality and Costing to support the original four converged functions. The Alliance will study other opportunities to increase synergies in Sales & Marketing, Connectivity and Connected Services, Product Planning, Aftersales and other support functions.

Through the end of March, Renault and Nissan executives will present these convergence projects to appropriate employee representation and corporate decision-making bodies. If approved at the end of an internal review process, implementation will begin April 1. Leaders in these new functions and the scope of their converged activities will be announced at that time.

Alliance as Pragmatic Business Tool

Renault and Nissan share an industrial footprint with numerous cross-manufacturing projects in France, South Korea, India and Russia. In addition, engineers at Renault and Nissan \u2013 which have a combined annual R&D and capital expenditure fund of \u20ac10 billion -- work together as one team to reduce duplication in the development of next-generation technologies.

The Alliance aims to generate \u20ac5.5 billion in synergies in 2018.

\u201cThe auto industry is rapidly evolving, requiring Renault and Nissan to leverage the Alliance as a pragmatic business tool,\u201d said Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO and Chairman Carlos Ghosn. \u201cThe road ahead is one of more convergence, working more closely together.\u201d

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Renault-Nissan Alliance Communications
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com
http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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PARIS (Feb. 4, 2016) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance sold 8,528,887 vehicles in 2015, up almost 1 percent from the previous year, thanks to record sales in the United States, China and Europe.

Combined sales for the world\u2019s fourth largest car group, which includes Renault Group, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, held steady from calendar-year 2014 -- despite sharp declines in the overall Russian and Brazilian markets.

Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ, Russia\u2019s largest automaker, account for about one in ten cars sold worldwide.

Renault Group, Europe\u2019s third-largest automaker, sold a record 2,801,592 vehicles worldwide in 2015, up 3.3 percent from 2014, in a market that grew by 1.6 percent. This marked the third consecutive year of sales growth for Renault. Dacia sales accounted for a record 550,920 vehicles, up 7.7%. 

Renault, the fastest-growing major brand in Europe, reached a market share of 10.1 percent in a market that rose 9.4 percent. Renault retained its light commercial vehicle leadership in Europe for the 18th consecutive year.

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., sold a record 5,421,804 cars and trucks worldwide, up 2.1 percent.  In each of its two biggest markets, the United States and China, Nissan sold at least 1.25 million vehicles. Infiniti accounted for a record 215,250 vehicles, up 16 percent from the previous year, thanks to all-time high sales in all key regions, including the Americas and China.

AVTOVAZ, which sells cars under the LADA brand, sold 305,491 vehicles, down 31.5 percent due to the slump in the Russian market. The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in AVTOVAZ through a joint venture with state corporation Rostec. Together, the Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ sell about one in three cars in Russia.

The overall Russian car market plunged by more than 35 percent. The Alliance increased its market share from 30.7 percent in 2014 to 32.3 percent in 2015.

Renault-Nissan market highlights

The Alliance\u2019s top 10 markets in 2015 were the US, China, France, Japan, Mexico, UK, Germany, Russia, Brazil and Spain.

In the United States, Nissan set an all-time record with 1,484,918 vehicles, up 7.1 percent, resulting in a record market share of 8.5 percent. Nissan also set annual sales records for Rogue, Versa, NV and NV200. In the light truck segment, sales rose 20 percent compared with 2014.


In China, Nissan sold 1.25 million vehicles, up 6.3 percent. Nissan remains the leading Japanese automaker in China with a market share of more than 5 percent.


Earlier this month, Renault began production of the Kadjar SUV at its joint venture plant in Wuhan with Dongfeng Motor Corp. This is the first model to be produced by Renault in China. The new plant will have an initial production capacity of 150,000 vehicles a year, with the potential to expand to 300,000 vehicles as demand increases.

In France, Renault\u2019s home market, Renault sold 607,173 vehicles, up 5.1 percent. Its market share totaled 26.4 percent. The Clio compact car remained the top-selling passenger vehicle for the sixth consecutive year. Renault ZOE was the leading electric passenger vehicle with at 60 percent market share.

In Japan, Nissan\u2019s home market, Nissan sold 589,046 vehicles, down 12.1 percent. Nissan\u2019s market share stood at 11.7 percent.


In Mexico, Nissan posted record sales of 348,941 vehicles, up 19 percent. With a market share of 25.8 percent for 2015, Nissan has held the top sales spot in Mexico for the last six consecutive years.

In Brazil, Renault\u2019s second-largest market, its market share increased by 0.2 points to 7.3 percent in a market that contracted by 25.5 percent.

In India, which is expected to be an important pillar of Alliance sales and industrial growth in the future, Renault remained the leading European automotive brand with sales up more than 20 percent to 53,848 vehicles.

More than 80,000 people in India placed orders for the Renault Kwid compact hatchback since its launch in September. The Kwid is the first Alliance vehicle built on Common Module Family-A architecture, the smallest and most affordable category of cars in the Alliance CMF family. The Datsun brand will launch a model using CMF-A architecture later this year.

Zero-emission highlights

The Alliance sells about one in two pure electric vehicles worldwide. Through the end of December, the Alliance has sold a cumulative 302,000 EVs worldwide.

The first mainstream, mass-marketed EV, the Nissan LEAF, went on sale in December 2010. Nissan LEAF remains the world\u2019s best-selling EV with more than 201,000 vehicles sold since its launch.

Since Renault began selling EVs in October 2011, Renault has sold a cumulative 83,000 electric vehicles worldwide, including the Twizy two-seater urban commuter. The Renault Kangoo Z.E. remains the top light commercial EV in Europe.

In calendar-year 2015, the Renault-Nissan Alliance sold 85,000 electric vehicles, up more than 2.5 percent compared with previous year. Nissan\u2019s global EV sales fell 9.8 percent, while Renault\u2019s sales increased 45 percent. The 2016 Nissan LEAF has an all-new 30 kWh battery, which delivers 20 percent more driving range between charges than the previous 24 kWh version. In addition to LEAF, Nissan also sells the e-NV200 van.

In Europe, Nissan\u2019s EV sales rose 14.3 percent in 2015 to nearly 20,000 vehicles. Renault\u2019s EV sales in Europe increased 49 percent to nearly 23,100 vehicles, excluding Twizy. Renault ZOE was the best-selling EV in Europe in 2015, accounting for nearly 19 percent of the market.

Top 10 Alliance Markets


 Country

Total Sales

Market Share

US

1,484,918

8.5%

China

1,265,922

5.3%

France

684,373

30%

Japan

594,126

11.7%

Russia*

517,799

32.3%

Mexico

373,261

27.6%

UK

297,516

9.9%

Germany

252,383

7.4%

Brazil

242,744

9.8%

Spain

218,846

18.3%

*Including AVTOVAZ


Top 10 Renault Markets

Country

Total Sales

Market Share

France

607,173

26.4%

Brazil

181,504

7.3%

Germany

177,787

5.2%

Turkey

162,175

16.8%

Spain

156,108

13.1%

Italy

154,730

9.1%

United Kingdom

128,269

4.3%

Russia

120,411

7.5%

Algeria

90,182

35.6%

Belgium+Luxembourg

82,374

13.3%


Top 10 Nissan Markets

Country

Total Sales

Market Share

U.S.

1,484,918

8.5%

China*

1,250,073

5.3%

Japan

589,046

11.7%

Mexico

348,941

25.8%

UK

169,247

5.6%

Canada

129,976

6.8%

Russia

128,713

8.0%

France

77,200

3.6%

Germany

74,596

2.2%

United Arab Emirates

66,839

15.9%

 *Including Venucia brand

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance                                                                                     

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2015. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors, China\u2019s Dongfeng Motor, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.

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Aline.henry@renault-nissan.com
+33 6 03 09 54 97

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SUNNYVALE, Calif., USA (Jan. 7, 2016) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance will launch more than 10 vehicles with autonomous drive technology in the next four years.

The global car group confirmed that it will launch a range of vehicles with autonomous capabilities in the United States, Europe, Japan and China through 2020. The technology will be installed on mainstream, mass-market cars at affordable prices.

In addition, Renault-Nissan will launch a suite of new connectivity applications that will make it easier for people to stay connected to work, entertainment and social networks.

\u201cRenault-Nissan Alliance is deeply committed to the twin goals of \u2018zero emissions and zero fatalities,\u2019\u201d Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said at the Renault-Nissan Silicon Valley Research Center. \u201cThat\u2019s why we are developing autonomous driving and connectivity for mass-market, mainstream vehicles on three continents.\u201d

Zero emission and zero fatalities

Renault-Nissan is already the industry\u2019s zero-emission leader by far. The Alliance has sold nearly 300,000 all-electric vehicles since the first Nissan LEAF was sold in the San Francisco Bay Area in December 2010.

Safety and efficiency of vehicles across the Renault-Nissan Alliance have increased dramatically. For instance, fatal and serious injuries in Nissan vehicles in Japan decreased 61 percent in 20 years; fatal and serious injuries in Renault vehicles in France decreased 80 percent in 15 years.

Autonomous drive is expected to help further reduce driver error, which is responsible for up to 90 percent of all fatalities.

2016 will mark the debut of vehicles with \u201csingle-lane control,\u201d a feature that allows cars to drive autonomously on highways, including in heavy, stop-and-go traffic. In 2018, Renault-Nissan will launch vehicles with \u201cmultiple-lane control,\u201d which can autonomously negotiate hazards and change lanes during highway driving. And 2020 will see the launch of \u201cintersection autonomy,\u201d which can navigate city intersections and heavy urban traffic without driver intervention.

Later this year the Alliance will launch a new automotive app for mobile devices, which allows remote interaction with your car. Next year, it will launch the first \u201cAlliance Multimedia System,\u201d providing new multimedia and navigation features, as well as improved smartphone integration and wireless map updates. In 2018, the Alliance Connectivity & Internet of Things platform will support the new Virtual Personal Assistant feature for individual and business customers.

All of the Alliance\u2019s autonomous drive technology will be available at the option of the driver.

Convergence for the win

In 2014, Renault-Nissan \u201cconverged\u201d both companies\u2019 engineering organizations. Engineers at Renault and Nissan work together as one team to reduce duplication in the development of next-generation technologies. The technology Renault and Nissan engineers develop together is then available for each company and all brands to use where it makes sense for consumers.

In other words, Renault-Nissan engineers have developed a \u201ctechnology tool kit,\u201d including hardware and software applications. Product teams from Renault, Nissan, Infiniti and other Alliance brands may select those applications for their models, where appropriate. By partnering on advanced research and development, Renault and Nissan are able to work more efficiently, with less cost, and thereby deliver higher value vehicles to their customers.

Renault-Nissan has an annual research and development budget of about US$5 billion. The world\u2019s fourth largest car group, which sells one in 10 cars globally, has research centers in Atsugi, Japan; Guyancourt, France; Farmington Hills, Mich.; and Sunnyvale, Calif. Renault-Nissan also has large engineering centers in India, Brazil, Romania, Turkey and China, among others.

The Alliance also announced today the hiring of technology executive Ogi Redzic to lead the global car group\u2019s connected car initiative as Alliance senior vice president, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services.

Redzic joins Renault-Nissan after positions at Nokia, NAVTEQ, Motorola, and at wireless communication startup cyberPIXIE. He most recently served as senior vice president, Automotive at Nokia HERE, where he led the Automotive Business Group. Redzic, whose new role is effective immediately, will be based in Paris and oversee teams in France and Japan.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand. 

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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance Communications
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97

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Paris/Yokohama, Japan (7 January 2016) -- The Renault-Nissan Alliance has hired technology executive Ogi Redzic to lead the global car group\u2019s connected car initiative as Alliance Senior Vice President, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services.

Redzic, 45, joins Renault-Nissan after positions at Nokia, NAVTEQ, Motorola, and at wireless communication startup cyberPIXIE. He most recently served as Senior Vice President, Automotive at Nokia HERE, where he led the Automotive Business Group. In this role, he managed a team of more than 600 people on five continents, with major development centers in Germany and the United States. His team led HERE\u2019s efforts in Embedded Navigation, Automotive Cloud Services, Intelligent Transportation Services and Automated Driving, including HD Live Map.

Redzic, whose new role is effective immediately, will be based in Paris and oversee teams in Renault\u2019s TechnoCentre in France and Nissan Technical Center in Atsugi, Japan. Redzic will be responsible for accelerating the validation process for connectivity applications so customers can experience it across all Alliance brands. The team will also develop and manage partnerships with technology companies and relevant suppliers, and encourage a startup mindset within one of the world\u2019s top four car groups. Finally, the team will also be introducing new mobility services on behalf of the Alliance.

He will jointly report to Nissan Chief Competitive Officer Hiroto Saikawa and Renault Chief Competitive Officer Thierry Bollore. Saikawa and Bollore issued a joint statement regarding Redzic\u2019s hire:

\u201cOgi is an enthusiastic technology leader with two decades of experience at Fortune 100 companies and startups on three continents\u2014the right profile for an all-new position overseeing our next-generation technologies,\u201d Saikawa and Bollore stated.

Most recently living in Chicago, Redzic has a bachelor\u2019s degree in computer science from Northeastern Illinois University, a master\u2019s degree in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and a master\u2019s degree in business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Redzic is also a member of the Global Agenda Council on the Future of Automotive & Personal Transportation organized by World Economic Forum.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.

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PARIS (15 December, 2015) \u2014 Electric vehicles from the Renault-Nissan Alliance shuttled more than 8,000 VIP delegates, media and negotiators and traveled at least 175,000 kms during the Paris climate talks -- without emitting any CO2 tailpipe emissions and without using any petroleum whatsoever.

The fleet of 200 electric vehicles, which transported delegates during the two-week United Nations annual climate change conference in Paris, saved nearly 182 barrels of oil or 18 tons of CO2 not emitted while driving.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance was the official passenger-car shuttle provider for COP21, which ran from Nov. 30 through Dec. 11. The Alliance EV fleet was the world\u2019s largest electric-vehicle fleet ever provided to an international conference.

The EVs made more than 3,800 transfers shuttling accredited delegates to and from hotels to the Bourget conference venue north of Paris. The fleet featured the Renault ZOE subcompact car, the Nissan LEAF compact car and the 7-seater Nissan e-NV200 van. Renault and Nissan employees volunteered as drivers and electric vehicle ambassadors for the cars, which were available to COP21 delegates as a complement to public transportation.

COP21 marked the first time the U.N. used a 100% electric fleet for its entire passenger-car shuttle at a climate summit. COP21 also resulted in the Paris Declaration on Electro-Mobility and Climate Change Call for Action, an agreement that aims to increase EVs and their charging infrastructure. The Renault-Nissan Alliance signed the action plan, which aims to keep the transport sector in line with the COP21 promise to reduce the impact of climate change.

Quick charge stations available for public use

The Renault-Nissan Alliance set up network of 90 quick and standard charging stations in strategic locations to recharge the cars. The stations were powered by low-carbon electricity provided by French electric utility company EDF. The residual emissions were offset under an accredited U.N. carbon offsetting program.

Thirteen of the 27 quick and semi quick chargers installed will remain and are available for the public to use. These include two quick chargers at Charles de Gaulle Airport, two on the principal highway surrounding Paris, and one at Orly Airport. The quick charging stations are able to charge an EV from 0 to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is the global leader in zero-emission vehicles, accounting for half of all EVs on the road today. Together, Renault and Nissan have sold more than 280,000 electric vehicles since the Alliance\u2019s first electric vehicle Nissan LEAF went on sale in late 2010.

For related photos, go to: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/cop21/photos/


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.


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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance Communications
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97

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TOKYO and PARIS \u2013 December 11, 2015 \u2013 Following a Renault Board of Directors meeting in Paris, and a Nissan Board of Directors meeting in Tokyo today, Renault and the Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. issued the following statement from Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault-Nissan Alliance:

\u201cToday was an important day for the future of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. After months of discussions, I am happy to say that an agreement has been reached that builds on our heritage and strong foundations to achieve further sustainable growth and success of the two partners. While there were important short-term issues to address, it was imperative that all involved took a long view.\u201d

The agreement is based on three points:

Mr. Ghosn continued, \u201cI want to thank all parties involved in helping us reach today\u2019s agreement for their hard work, constructive spirit and business vision. We now look forward to all parties returning their focus to day to day operations to pursue sustainable growth for Renault and Nissan and to increase performance through additional Alliance synergies.\u201d


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ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.


Contact:
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Global Director of Communications and Marketing
Renault-Nissan Alliance
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PARIS (Nov.  19, 2015) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance is installing 90 new charge spots for electric vehicles in and around Paris for the COP21 global summit on climate change.

The installation is being done in partnership with French energy provider EDF, Schneider Electric, A\u00e9roports de Paris, Paris City Council and SNCF, France\u2019s national railway company.

The charging stations, several of which will be donated by Schneider Electric, will refuel 200 EVs serving as VIP shuttles for negotiators, delegates and media attending the conference. More than 20,000 U.N. participants from 195 countries are expected to attend the 21st annual Conference of Parties (known as COP21), from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11.

\u201cCOP21 is a call to action to reduce the impact of climate change--including global warming resulting from personal transportation,\u201d said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. \u201cElectric vehicles are the only existing, practical and affordable transportation solution to our planet\u2019s environmental challenges \u2013 and they are available today. Expanding the EV infrastructure is mandatory for any city or state that\u2019s serious about environmental stewardship.\u201d

The quick and standard EV charging stations will use renewable and extremely low-carbon electricity from EDF, enabling the Renault-Nissan fleet to cover more than 400,000 km in two weeks. The quick charging stations will recharge EVs from 0 to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.

EVs consume any form of electricity used in the power grid, including hydropower, solar and wind energy. As countries reduce dependence on fossil fuels and increase reliance on renewable resources, EVs become even greener.

Small carbon footprint

The COP21 charging stations in the Paris region will use electricity with a small carbon footprint. The French power grid distributes electricity with a very low average of CO2 emissions per kWh: less than 40 g in 2014, compared to the European average of 325 g of CO2 emissions per kWh. Renewable energy accounted for about 19% of France\u2019s electricity last year.

\u201cEDF supports the development of electric mobility, which is a cornerstone of countries' efforts to minimize urban pollution. EDF produces extremely low-carbon electricity in France, which enables a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and thus reinforces the favorable ecological footprint of this new generation of transport,\u201d said EDF Chairman and CEO Jean-Bernard Levy.

In addition, EDF is offsetting the remaining CO2 emissions through carbon credits generated by projects certified by the United Nations. That means the Renault-Nissan EV fleet will use electricity considered fully \u201cdecarbonized.\u201d

Fourteen of the 27 quick chargers installed will remain after the climate change conference and will be available for the public to use. These include two at Charles de Gaulle Airport, two on the Paris p\u00e9riph\u00e9rique highway and one at Orly Airport.

France already has about 10,000 quick and standard charging spots. In the Paris region alone, there are more than 4,000 spots, making Paris one of the most \u201cplugged in\u201d cities in Europe.

For related photos, click here: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5704Anchor

For a video of Renault-Nissan CEO and Chairman Carlos Ghosn explaining why the Renault-Nissan Alliance has chosen to participate in COP21 and the key role that Renault-Nissan employees will play, click here:

http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/node/2732/

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.

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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance Communications
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Paris (26 octobre 2015) \u2013 L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan, c\u2019est une premi\u00e8re, fournira la plus grande flotte au monde de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques lors d\u2019une conf\u00e9rence internationale. Partenaire officiel de la Conf\u00e9rence des Nations Unies pour le climat, la COP21 \u00e0 Paris, l\u2019Alliance mettra \u00e0 disposition 200 voitures 100% \u00e9lectriques durant le sommet annuel qui se d\u00e9roulera du 30 novembre au 11 d\u00e9cembre.

Ces v\u00e9hicules devraient parcourir plus de 400.000 km, produire z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission*, et \u00eatre affect\u00e9s au transport des d\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9s pendant la 21\u00e8me Conf\u00e9rence Annuelle des Parties (dite COP21) o\u00f9 sont attendus plus de 20.000 participants accr\u00e9dit\u00e9s par l\u2019ONU en provenance de 195 pays.

\u00ab Les v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques sont un mode de transport pratique et abordable qui permet de r\u00e9duire consid\u00e9rablement les \u00e9missions de CO2. Ils r\u00e9duisent  \u00e9galement les polluants atmosph\u00e9riques r\u00e9glement\u00e9s des moteurs, am\u00e9liorant ainsi la qualit\u00e9 de l\u2019air de nos villes. Ensemble les secteurs publics et priv\u00e9s peuvent acc\u00e9l\u00e9rer la transition vers une soci\u00e9t\u00e9 z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission \u00bb, a d\u00e9clar\u00e9 Carlos Ghosn, Pr\u00e9sident Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan.

La flotte de v\u00e9hicules de la COP 21 sera compos\u00e9e de la citadine Renault ZOE, de la berline compacte Nissan LEAF et du Nissan e-NV 200 en version 7 places. Les v\u00e9hicules seront \u00e0 la disposition des d\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9s pour les transporter 24h/24, 7 jours/7 entre le site de la conf\u00e9rence au Bourget et Paris, en compl\u00e9ment des transports publics.

Pour la premi\u00e8re fois, les Nations Unies utiliseront une flotte z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission ou 100% \u00e9lectrique pour assurer l\u2019ensemble du service de navettes de leurs d\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9s lors d\u2019un sommet sur le climat.

200 salari\u00e9s de Renault et Nissan volontaires pour conduire les v\u00e9hicules lors de la COP21

Les voitures 100% \u00e9lectriques seront conduites par une \u00e9quipe de 200 chauffeurs professionnels ainsi que par 200 salari\u00e9s volontaires de Renault et Nissan. Au mois de juin, l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan a lanc\u00e9 un appel \u00e0 volontariat aupr\u00e8s de ses salari\u00e9s, \u00e0 Paris et en r\u00e9gion parisienne, pour leur offrir l\u2019opportunit\u00e9 de participer \u00e0 la COP21 en tant que chauffeurs b\u00e9n\u00e9voles. Plus de 450 salari\u00e9s se sont port\u00e9s candidats avant m\u00eame la cl\u00f4ture des inscriptions. Les 200 collaborateurs retenus suivront un programme de formation pour se pr\u00e9parer \u00e0 l\u2019\u00e9v\u00e8nement.

\u00ab Les salari\u00e9s de Renault et Nissan sont en premi\u00e8re ligne de la r\u00e9volution du v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique et nombre d\u2019entre eux en conduisent. Ce sont les meilleurs ambassadeurs pour t\u00e9moigner des b\u00e9n\u00e9fices de ces v\u00e9hicules et d\u00e9fendre la mobilit\u00e9 z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission \u00bb a jout\u00e9 Carlos Ghosn.

(Cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous pour voir Carlos Ghosn expliquer les raisons qui ont incit\u00e9 l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan \u00e0 participer \u00e0 la COP21 et le r\u00f4le cl\u00e9 jou\u00e9 par ses salari\u00e9s) :

http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/node/2732/

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan d\u00e9ploiera un r\u00e9seau de plus de 90 bornes de recharge rapide et standard dans des endroits strat\u00e9giques. Elles seront aliment\u00e9es par de l\u2019\u00e9lectricit\u00e9Anchor \u00e0 faible \u00e9mission de carbone produite par EDF. Les \u00e9missions r\u00e9siduelles seront compens\u00e9es dans le cadre d\u2019un programme de compensation des \u00e9missions carbone agr\u00e9\u00e9 par les Nations Unies. Les bornes de recharge rapide seront en mesure de recharger les v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques de 0 \u00e0 80% de leur capacit\u00e9 en 30 mn environ.

L\u2019Alliance a vendu plus de 274.000 v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques dans le monde, ce qui repr\u00e9sente plus de la moiti\u00e9 des v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques en circulation depuis la fin 2010, date de la commercialisation de son premier v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique, la Nissan LEAF.

*ni \u00e9missions de CO2, ni polluants atmosph\u00e9riques r\u00e9glement\u00e9s lors de la conduite conform\u00e9ment au cycle d\u2019homologation NEDC.


\u00c0 PROPOS DE L'ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le Japonais Nissan (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Yokohama). L\u2019Alliance vend 10% des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, Renault et Nissan ont vendu 8,5 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2014. L'Alliance a \u00e9galement conclu des accords de collaboration strat\u00e9gique avec divers constructeurs, notamment l'allemand Daimler, le japonais Mitsubishi, le chinois Dongfeng et l\u2019indien Ashok Leyland. L\u2019Alliance d\u00e9tient aussi une participation majoritaire de la co-entreprise qui contr\u00f4le le russe AVTOVAZ, fabricant de la marque Lada.

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Communications Alliance Renault-Nissan
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Communications Alliance Renault-Nissan
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PARIS (Oct. 26, 2015) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance will provide the world\u2019s largest electric-vehicle fleet ever to an international conference. As the official passenger-car provider for the United Nation\u2019s COP21 climate conference in Paris, the Alliance will provide 200 pure electric vehicles to the annual summit which runs from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11.

Together, the vehicles are expected to cover more than 400,000 km, emitting zero emissions* while shuttling delegates during the 21st annual Conference of Parties (better known as COP21). More than 20,000 U.N. participants from 195 countries are expected to attend COP21.

\u201cElectric vehicles are a practical and affordable mode of transportation. At the same time, they offer a solution for drastically reducing tailpipe CO2 emissions. They also reduce regulated exhaust pollutants, helping us to improve the air quality in our cities. Together, the public and private sectors can accelerate the transition to a zero-emission society,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance.

The COP21 car fleet will feature the Renault ZOE subcompact car, the Nissan LEAF compact car and the 7-seater Nissan e-NV200 van. The vehicles will be available to shuttle delegates 24 hours, seven days a week to and from the Le Bourget conference venue, as a complement to public transportation.

This marks the first time the U.N. will use a zero-emission or 100% electric fleet for its entire passenger-car shuttle at a climate summit

200 Renault and Nissan employees volunteer to drive at COP21

The 100% electric cars will be driven by a team of 200 professional drivers and 200 volunteers from Renault and Nissan. In June, the Renault-Nissan Alliance launched a call for volunteers to allow employees in and around Paris the opportunity to be part of COP21 as volunteer drivers. The response was overwhelming with more than 450 employees applying before the recruitment process was closed. The 200 successful Renault and Nissan applicants, as well as the professional drivers, will undergo a rigorous training program in preparation for the event.

\u201cRenault and Nissan employees are at the forefront of the electric-vehicle revolution. Many of them already drive an electric vehicle. They are the best ambassadors to demonstrate the benefits of these cars and what zero-emission mobility is all about,\u201d said Ghosn.

(Click here for a video of Ghosn explaining why the Renault-Nissan Alliance has chosen to participate in COP21 and the key role that Renault-Nissan employees will play):

http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/node/2732/

The Renault-Nissan Alliance will set up network of 90 quick and standard charging stations in strategic locations with French electric utility company EDF powered by low-carbon electricityAnchor. The residual emissions will be offset under an accredited U.N. carbon offsetting program. The quick charging stations will be able to charge the EVs from 0 to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.

The Alliance has sold more than 274,000 electric vehicles around the world, accounting for half of all EVs on the road since its first electric vehicle Nissan LEAF went on sale in late 2010.

*No CO2 emissions and no regulated exhaust pollutants while driving, according to NEDC homologation cycle.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.

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Rachel Konrad
Communications Alliance Renault-Nissan
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+33 (0)6 17 62 01 72

Aline Henry
Communications Alliance Renault-Nissan
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com
+33 (0)6 03 09 51 97

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DEAUVILLE, FRANCE (13 octobre 2015) \u2014 L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan, l\u2019un des plus grands groupes automobiles dans le monde, renforce son engagement en vue de r\u00e9duire les in\u00e9galit\u00e9s entre hommes et femmes. L\u2019entreprise a lanc\u00e9 de nombreux programmes dans le monde et en particulier sur les march\u00e9s nationaux pour recruter, maintenir en poste et promouvoir son personnel f\u00e9minin.

Le pourcentage de femmes \u2013 notamment \u00e0 des postes de managers - a augment\u00e9 par rapport \u00e0 l\u2019an dernier dans les deux entreprises Renault et Nissan.

Chez Renault, selon l\u2019\u00e9tude la plus r\u00e9cente, les femmes repr\u00e9sentaient 18,4% du total des effectifs dans le monde par rapport aux 17,6% de 2013 et aux 10% de 2000. Les femmes occupaient 18,3% des postes de managers dans le groupe en 2014 contre 17% en 2013. Elles \u00e9taient en outre titulaires de 22% des 2 000 postes cl\u00e9s de l\u2019entreprise dans le monde par rapport aux 19,6% de 2013.

Dans l\u2019industrie automobile, Renault occupe une place de leader en termes d\u2019emploi des femmes \u00e0 de hautes fonctions de direction. Sur les onze membres du Comit\u00e9 Ex\u00e9cutif du Groupe deux sont des femmes : Mouna Sepehri, Directeur d\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9 \u00e0 la Pr\u00e9sidence et Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin, Directeur des Ressources Humaines du groupe Renault et de l\u2019Alliance.

L\u2019objectif est d\u2019atteindre une f\u00e9minisation de 30% des postes techniques ou d\u2019ing\u00e9nierie et de 50% des profils commerciaux dans le monde d\u2019ici 2016. Renault \u0153uvre \u00e9galement pour garantir aux femmes 25% des postes cl\u00e9s au sein du Groupe d\u2019ici 2016.

Chez Nissan, les femmes occupaient 11,7% des postes de managers dans le monde au cours de l\u2019exercice 2014, par rapport aux 10,6% de l\u2019exercice 2013. Au Japon, les femmes sont 8,2% \u00e0 occuper des postes de managers chez Nissan, un chiffre en progression par rapport \u00e0 2013 o\u00f9 elles \u00e9taient 7,1%, et qui a plus que quintupl\u00e9 depuis 2004.

Nissan demeure une r\u00e9f\u00e9rence dans son secteur au Japon, puisque le constructeur affiche une proportion de cadres f\u00e9minins plus de fois trois sup\u00e9rieure \u00e0 la moyenne nationale dans les grands groupes industriels. L\u2019objectif de Nissan est d\u2019atteindre le taux de 10% de femmes managers au Japon et de 14% dans le monde d\u2019ici 2017.

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan lance des projets pour \u00e9liminer, partout dans le monde, les disparit\u00e9s entre hommes et femmes

2014 a \u00e9t\u00e9 une ann\u00e9e exceptionnelle en mati\u00e8re de nouveaux projets pour favoriser le recrutement, le maintien en poste et la promotion des femmes chez Renault et Nissan, qui vendent 10% des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde.

\u00b7       Renault est la premi\u00e8re entreprise industrielle signataire d\u2019un pacte des Nations Unies pour promouvoir l\u2019\u00e9galit\u00e9 hommes \u2013 femmes en Am\u00e9rique Latine, r\u00e9gion cl\u00e9 pour sa croissance \u00e0 long terme. L\u2019objectif des principes d\u2019autonomisation des femmes de l\u2019agence ONU Femmes est de garantir le respect des droits humains des femmes et de les aider \u00e0 participer pleinement \u00e0 la vie \u00e9conomique, dans tous les secteurs industriels et \u00e0 tous les niveaux hi\u00e9rarchiques des entreprises.

 

\u00b7       Renault a lanc\u00e9 un programme de recrutement dans une usine en Alg\u00e9rie qui a permis d\u2019embaucher 350 personnes dont 40% de femmes. L\u2019usine Renault \u00e0 Oran est ainsi devenue l\u2019un des exemples mondiaux dans ce secteur industriel en mati\u00e8re d\u2019\u00e9galit\u00e9 professionnelle.

 

\u00b7       Renault a d\u00e9velopp\u00e9 Women@Renault, r\u00e9seau social d\u2019entreprise, permettant la gestion des talents, qui compte plus de 4 500 adh\u00e9rents r\u00e9partis sur les principaux march\u00e9s (Alg\u00e9rie, Argentine, Br\u00e9sil, Colombie, Cor\u00e9e, Espagne, France, Inde, Maroc, Roumanie, Russie et Turquie).

 

\u00b7       En 2014, le gouvernement espagnol a attribu\u00e9 \u00e0 Renault le tr\u00e8s convoit\u00e9 \u00ab Label \u00e9galit\u00e9 \u00bb et l\u2019a vivement f\u00e9licit\u00e9 pour la cr\u00e9ation du r\u00e9seau Women@Renault.

 

\u00b7       Nissan a mis en place un programme officiel de mentoring pour les candidates f\u00e9minines \u00e0 des postes de manager au Japon. Celui-ci est ouvert aux titulaires de postes manag\u00e9riaux et propose de renforcer leurs comp\u00e9tences en leadership, strat\u00e9gie et \u00e9volution de carri\u00e8re.

 

\u00b7       Nissan a \u00e9galement cr\u00e9\u00e9 un atelier, qui a lieu deux fois par an, pour les jeunes femmes ing\u00e9nieurs dans lequel leur sont prodigu\u00e9s des conseils sur la fa\u00e7on de se doter d\u2019une carri\u00e8re avant d\u2019avoir des enfants.

 

\u00b7       Nissan continue \u00e0 \u00e9tendre son concept de vente \u00ab Ladies First \u00bb au Japon, mod\u00e8le de concession essentiellement g\u00e9r\u00e9 et anim\u00e9 par des femmes. Situ\u00e9 \u00e0 Fuchu, dans la banlieue de Tokyo, ce point de vente chic et \u00e9l\u00e9gant comprend une nurserie et un vaste espace de jeux pour les enfants. L\u2019objectif est de faire en sorte que les femmes et les acheteurs d\u2019une premi\u00e8re voiture s\u2019y sentent parfaitement accueillis.

o   A l\u2019\u00e9t\u00e9 2015, Nissan avait ouvert 151 points de vente \u00ab Ladies First \u00bb au Japon et pr\u00e9voit de porter ce chiffre \u00e0 300 d\u2019ici la fin de l\u2019ann\u00e9e 2016. Le constructeur envisage \u00e9galement d\u2019\u00e9tendre le concept \u00e0 ses march\u00e9s \u00e9trangers. Fort des enseignements du Programme \u00ab Ladies First \u00bb, Nissan reproduira ce concept dans les pays o\u00f9 il est susceptible de porter ses fruits.

 

\u00b7       Nissan augmente aussi sensiblement le pourcentage de femmes dans les effectifs commerciaux. Les femmes occupaient 8,5% de ces postes \u00e0 la mi-2015 contre 7% \u00e0 fin 2014. L\u2019objectif de Nissan est d\u2019atteindre 10% d\u2019ici \u00e0 2018.

 

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan met en exergue le mentoring au Women\u2019s Forum

AnchorRenault et Nissan font chaque ann\u00e9e le point sur l\u2019\u00e9volution en mati\u00e8re de parit\u00e9 et de diversit\u00e9 \u00e0 la veille du \u00ab Women\u2019s Forum for the Economy and Society \u00bb. Cette ann\u00e9e, la conf\u00e9rence a lieu \u00e0 Deauville, en France, du 14 au 16 octobre. Ce rendez-vous annuel, soutenu par l\u2019Alliance depuis 2006, vise \u00e0 promouvoir l\u2019\u00e9galit\u00e9 des chances pour les femmes dans les domaines de l\u2019industrie, de l\u2019enseignement, de la politique et plus g\u00e9n\u00e9ralement au sein de la soci\u00e9t\u00e9.

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan envoie \u00e0 la conf\u00e9rence une d\u00e9l\u00e9gation compos\u00e9e de ses 50 collaboratrices les plus performantes venant du monde entier. Cette ann\u00e9e, le constructeur automobile organisera une s\u00e9ance sp\u00e9ciale sur le mentoring \u00e0 laquelle sont invit\u00e9es toutes ses d\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9es.

En outre, trois intervenantes repr\u00e9sentant l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan s\u2019exprimeront cette ann\u00e9e :

\u00a7  14 octobre : Mouna Sepehri, Directeur d\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9 \u00e0 la Pr\u00e9sidence de Renault, participera \u00e0 la s\u00e9ance pl\u00e9ni\u00e8re sur le th\u00e8me : \u00ab How do you energize the World ? \u00bb (Comment dynamisez \u2013vous le monde ? \u00bb

\u00a7  15 octobre : l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan organisera une s\u00e9ance sur le th\u00e8me \u00ab Bien \u00eatre et voiture \u00bb anim\u00e9e par Sidonie Camplan, Chef de Studio Design, Couleurs et Mati\u00e8res chez Renault

\u00a7  16 octobre : l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan organisera une s\u00e9ance sur le th\u00e8me \u00ab Intraprenariat, un nouveau mod\u00e8le \u00bb anim\u00e9e par Claire Martin, Directeur RSE et Directeur de la Fondation Renault, Responsable de l\u2019Alliance pour la COP 21.

 

Pour plus d\u2019informations sur les initiatives de Renault en faveur de la diversit\u00e9 : www.renault.com/en/groupe/developpement-durable/responsabilite-sociale-de-l-entreprise/pages/diversite.asp


Pour plus d\u2019informations sur les initiatives de Nissan en faveur de la diversit\u00e9 :

http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/COMPANY/DIVERSITY

 

\u00c0 propos de l'Alliance Renault-Nissan 


L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le Japonais Nissan (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Yokohama). L\u2019Alliance vend 10% des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, Renault et Nissan ont vendu 8,4 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2014. L'Alliance a \u00e9galement  conclu des accords de collaboration strat\u00e9gique avec divers constructeurs, notamment l'allemand Daimler, le chinois Dongfeng, l\u2019indien Ashok Leyland et le japonais Mitsubishi Motors. Elle est r\u00e9cemment entr\u00e9e comme actionnaire majoritaire au capital du premier constructeur russe AVTOVAZ.


www.media.renault.com

www.nissan-newsroom.com

blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com



Contacts

Aline Henry

Renault-Nissan Alliance

+ 33 (0) 6 03 09 54 97

aline.henry@renault-nissan.com


Alejandra Kaufman

Renault SAS

+ 33 (0) 6 71 00 25 56

alejandra.kaufman@renault.com



Toshitake Inoshita

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

+ 81 (0) 45 523 55 52

t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp

 

 

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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com

Alejandra Kaufman
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 71 00 25 56
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45 523 5552
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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DEAUVILLE, FRANCE (Oct. 13, 2015)\u2014The Renault-Nissan Alliance, one of the world\u2019s largest car groups, continues to make progress in its commitment to closing the gender gap. The company launched numerous programs globally and particularly in the \u201chome markets\u201d to recruit, retain and advance women.

The percentage of women employees at both Renault and Nissan has increased from a year ago, particularly in manager-level positions.

At Renault, women accounted for 18.4% of all employees globally in the most recent study, up from 17.6% in 2013 and up from 10% in 2000. Women accounted for 18.3% of Renault\u2019s manager-level positions globally in 2014, up from 17% in 2013. Women accounted for 22% of the company\u2019s 2,000 global \u201ckey positions,\u201d up from 19.6% in 2013.

Renault is a leader in the auto industry in terms of women at the most senior ranks. Two members of the 11-person executive committee are women: Mouna Sepehri, Executive Vice President of the Office of the CEO; and Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin, Executive Vice President for Human Resources. Damesin is also Renault-Nissan Alliance Executive Vice President for Human Resources.

Renault aims to have women account for 30% of engineering or technical positions and 50% of sales positions worldwide by 2016. Renault also aims to have women account for 25% of its key global positions by next year.

At Nissan, women accounted for 11.7% of manager-level positions globally in fiscal year 2014, up from 10.6% in fiscal year 2013. In Japan, women at Nissan accounted for 8.2% of such positions, up from 7.1% in the previous year and more than 5 times higher than 2004.

Nissan remains an industry benchmark in its home market of Japan, with the percentage of its women managers more than triple the national average for large manufacturers. Nissan\u2019s goal is to have women represent 10% of managers in Japan and 14% of all management positions globally by 2017.Anchor

Renault-Nissan Alliance launches initiatives to close the global gender-gap

\u200b2014 was an unprecedented year for new initiatives aimed at the recruitment, retention and advancement of women across Renault and Nissan, which together are responsible for one in 10 car sales globally:

\u00b7       Renault became the first manufacturing company to sign a United Nations pledge to promote gender equality in Latin America, a key region for long-term growth. The goal of the UN\u2019s Women Empowerment Principles is to ensure human rights for women and to help women participate more fully in the economy, across all industrial sectors and levels of corporate hierarchy.

\u00b7       Renault launched a women recruitment program in its Algerian factory that resulted in 350 new hires --40% of which were women. This makes the Renault plant in Oran one of the auto industry\u2019s best in the world for gender equity.

\u00b7       Renault has a growing internal women network called Women@Renault which now counts more than 4500 members in key markets (Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, France, India, Korea, Morocco, Romania, Russia, Spain and Turkey).

\u00b7       In 2014, Renault received the coveted \u201cLabel of Equality\u201d from the Spanish government. The government particularly praised Renault for its \u201cWomen@Renault\u201d internal support and career network.

\u00b7       Nissan introduced an official mentoring program for women manager candidates in Japan. The program is available for female general managers and offers reinforcement on issues of leadership, strategy and career advancement.

\u00b7       Nissan launched a workshop for young women engineers. The workshop, which is held twice a year, offers women advice on how to build a career before having children.

\u00b7       Nissan continues to expand the \u201cLadies First\u201d retail program in Japan. Ladies First dealerships are managed and staffed mostly by women. The dealership in the Tokyo suburb of Fuchu features stylish interiors, a nursing room and a spacious area where children can play and is aimed at making the shopping experience more welcoming to women and first-time buyers.

o   By the summer of 2015, Nissan had 151 Ladies First dealerships. Nissan plans to have 300 across Japan by the end of 2016. It is also considering expanding the program to overseas markets. Nissan will take lessons learned from the \u201cLadies First\u201d project and apply it wherever applicable.

\u00b7       Nissan is also boosting the percentage of women salespeople. Women represented 8.5% of salespeople in Japan in mid-2015, up from 7% at the end of 2014. Nissan aims for 10% by 2018.

Renault-Nissan focuses on mentoring at Women\u2019s Forum

Renault and Nissan provide an update on gender progress and diversity every year in advance of the Women\u2019s Forum for the Economy and Society. This year\u2019s conference takes place Oct. 14-16 in Deauville, France. The annual gathering, which the Alliance has supported since 2006, aims to level the playing field for women in industry academia, politics and society.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance sends 50 top-performing women from around the world to the conference. This year, the car group will host a special session about mentoring for all internal delegates.

In addition, the Renault-Nissan Alliance will have three public speakers at this year\u2019s event.

\u25a0 Oct. 14: Mouna Sepehri, Executive Vice-President Office of the CEO, will participate in the plenary session \u201cHow do you energize the World?\u201d 

\u25a0Oct. 15: The Renault-Nissan Alliance will host a session on \u201cWellbeing and the car\u201d with Sidonie Camplan, Studio Chief Designer, Colors and Material, Renault.

\u25a0Oct. 16: The Renault-Nissan Alliance will host a session on \u201cIntrapreneurship, a new model\u201d with Claire Martin, Vice-President Renault CSR, MD Renault Foundation and Alliance Renault-Nissan Leader for COP21.

For more information on Renault\u2019s diversity initiatives, go to: www.renault.com/en/groupe/developpement-durable/responsabilite-sociale-de-l-entreprise/pages/diversite.asp

For more information on Nissan\u2019s diversity initiatives, go to:

www.nissan-global.com/EN/COMPANY/DIVERSITY

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.4 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors. It also owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

www.media.renault.com

www.nissan-newsroom.com

blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

 

 

Contacts:

Aline Henry

Renault-Nissan Alliance

+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97

aline.henry@renault-nissan.com

 

Alejandra Kaufman

Renault SAS

+33 (0)6 71 00 25 56

alejandra.kaufman@renault.com

 

Toshitake Inoshita

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

+81 (0)45 523 5552

t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp

 

 

 

 

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Contacts

Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+ 33 (0) 6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com


Alejandra Kaufman
Renault SAS
+ 33 (0) 6 71 00 25 56
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com


Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+ 81 (0) 45 523 55 52
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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FRANCFORT (16 septembre 2015) - Le partenariat entre l'Alliance Renault-Nissan et Daimler AG poursuit sa progression en 2015 alors qu\u2019il entre dans sa sixi\u00e8me ann\u00e9e, ont d\u00e9clar\u00e9 aujourd'hui les Pr\u00e9sidents Directeurs G\u00e9n\u00e9raux des deux entreprises lors de leur point presse annuel au Salon International de l'Automobile de Francfort (IAA).

Selon Carlos Ghosn, Pr\u00e9sident Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l\u2019Alliance \u00ab cette collaboration est l'une des plus productive du secteur de l'automobile \u00bb.

\u00ab Notre partenariat a conduit \u00e0 une r\u00e9duction des d\u00e9lais de commercialisation des v\u00e9hicules lors d'importants lancements et a constitu\u00e9 un avantage strat\u00e9gique majeur pour nos entreprises. Nous poursuivons cette croissance en lan\u00e7ant d\u2019autres projets communs \u00bb, a \u2013t il ajout\u00e9, soutenu par Dieter Zetsche, Pr\u00e9sident du Conseil d\u2019administration de Daimler et Responsable de Mercedes-Benz Cars.

'Depuis le d\u00e9but de notre coop\u00e9ration en 2010, nous avons lanc\u00e9 des projets conjoints dont nos clients dans le monde entier ont b\u00e9n\u00e9fici\u00e9. Cette ann\u00e9e nous avons renforc\u00e9 notre collaboration et annonc\u00e9 deux projets enti\u00e8rement nouveaux. Nous collaborons lorsque c\u2019est b\u00e9n\u00e9fique pour nos deux entreprises. Et c\u2019est ainsi que nous voulons continuer. \u00bb a soulign\u00e9 Dieter Zetsche.

Les \u00e9tapes cl\u00e9s en 2015 sont \u00e0 cette date :

Lors du lancement de la collaboration entre Daimler et l\u2019Alliance en avril 2010, l'ampleur de celle-ci se limitait \u00e0 trois projets essentiellement centr\u00e9s en Europe. Depuis, ce chiffre a plus que quadrupl\u00e9 pour atteindre 13 op\u00e9rations en Europe, en Asie et en Am\u00e9rique du Nord et du Sud.


Contacts :

J\u00f6rg Howe, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41341; email: joerg.howe@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen \u2013 (Renault-Nissan Alliance)
Tel. + 33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33 \u2013 courriel : mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

Pour plus d\u2019informations sur Daimler, vous pouvez consulter les sites :
www.media.daimler.com et www.daimler.com


DAIMLER AT A GLANCE
Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, financial investments, credit cards, and innovative mobility services.

The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today:

The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. Daimler consequently invests in the development of alternative drive trains with the long-term goal of emission-free driving: from hybrid vehicles to electric vehicles powered by battery or fuel cell. Furthermore, the company follows a consistent path towards accident-free driving and intelligent connectivity all the way to autonomous driving. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment.

Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia, and Africa.

Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, as well as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, Bharat Benz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses, and Daimler Financial Services\u2019 brands: Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Daimler Truck Financial, moovel and car2go. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2014, the Group sold more than 2.5 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 279,972 people; revenue totaled \u20ac129.9 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.


L\u2019ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN
L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique entre Paris, si\u00e8ge de Renault et Yokokama, si\u00e8ge de Nissan au Japon. Plus d\u2019une voiture sur 10 dans le monde est vendue par l\u2019Alliance. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, les deux groupes ont vendu 8,5 millions de v\u00e9hicules dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2014. L\u2019Alliance a conclu des accords de coop\u00e9ration strat\u00e9gique avec des constructeurs tels que Daimler en Allemagne, Mitsubishi au Japon, Dongfeng en Chine et Ashok Leyland en Inde. Elle d\u00e9tient \u00e9galement une participation majoritaire dans la joint-venture qui contr\u00f4le Avtovaz le plus grand constructeur automobile en Russie.  

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Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich \u2013 (Daimler AG)
Tel. +49 711 17 41361
courriel : thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com


Mia Nielsen \u2013 (Renault-Nissan Alliance)
Tel. + 33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
courriel : mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com


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FRANKFURT \u2013 The partnership between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG accelerated and strengthened as it entered its sixth year in 2015, the companies\u2019 leaders said today in their annual media update during the Frankfurt International Motor Show.

Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Alliance, described the partnership as \u201cone of the most productive in the auto industry.\u201d

\u201cIt has accelerated the time-to-market for vehicle launches and has been an obvious strategic advantage for each partner,\u201d Ghosn said. \u201cWe look forward to its continued growth, with more joint projects in the future.\u201d

Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, agreed.

\u201cSince the start of our cooperation in 2010, our joint projects have created value for our customers worldwide,\u201d Zetsche said. \u201cThis year we further deepened the collaboration and announced two completely new projects. We cooperate when it is mutually beneficial. And that is the way we will keep it.\u201d

Major milestones so far in 2015 include:

When the Daimler-Alliance partnership was launched in April 2010, the scope of the original collaboration was limited to three projects, primarily in Europe. Since then, the combined portfolio shared between the partners has more than quadrupled to 13 projects in Europe, Asia and the Americas.


Contacts:

J\u00f6rg Howe, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41341; email: joerg.howe@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com


DAIMLER AT A GLANCE
Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, financial investments, credit cards, and innovative mobility services.

The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today:
The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. Daimler consequently invests in the development of alternative drive trains with the long-term goal of emission-free driving: from hybrid vehicles to electric vehicles powered by battery or fuel cell.

Furthermore, the company follows a consistent path towards accident-free driving and intelligent connectivity all the way to autonomous driving. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment.
Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia, and Africa.

Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, as well as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses, and Daimler Financial Services\u2019 brands: Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Daimler Truck Financial, moovel and car2go. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2014, the Group sold more than 2.5 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 279,972 people; revenue totaled \u20ac129.9 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with other automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. It also has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns AVTOVAZ, Russia\u2019s largest automaker.

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J\u00f6rg Howe, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41341
email: joerg.howe@daimler.com


Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com


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Aguascalientes, Mexico \u2013 Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance today broke ground for their joint-venture manufacturing complex, COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes), in Aguascalientes in central Mexico, which will build next-generation premium compact vehicles for the brands Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti.

\u201cToday marks an important milestone for the partnership between Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance. This new joint plant will help both partners to serve their respective customers faster and with more flexibility. As Mercedes-Benz\u2019 first production location for compact cars in the NAFTA region, it will also significantly enlarge our footprint here,\u201d said Markus Sch\u00e4fer, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain Management. \u201cOn our end, while sharing high efficiency and flexibility in the joint venture, we will add Mercedes-Benz specific technology as well as further training and assistance by our global lead plant for compact cars in Rastatt, Germany. This proven approach will guarantee that our quality here in Aguascalientes will be the same as at the other locations of our global compact car production network in Europe and China.\u201d

COMPAS is 50:50 owned by Daimler and Nissan. The partners will invest a total of US$1 billion in the joint venture which will oversee the construction and operation of the state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.

\u201cThis new plant represents yet another example of the growing collaboration between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler. Mexico is a global benchmark for quality and efficiency and is a major reason why Daimler and Nissan have decided to produce the next generations of premium compact cars for Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti here in Aguascalientes. What we are celebrating today has also been made possible through our close collaboration and partnership with both the state and Federal governments,\u201d said Jose Mu\u00f1oz, Executive Vice President, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Chairman, Management Committee \u2013 Nissan North America.

Located near the Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant, COMPAS will have an initial annual production capacity of more than 230,000 vehicles and will create about 3,600 direct jobs by 2020. Depending on the market development and customer demand, there will be the potential to add additional capacity. Production of Infiniti vehicles will begin in 2017, while the first Mercedes-Benz vehicles will roll off the line in 2018. In addition to the direct employment it provides, COMPAS is also expected to generate some 12,000 indirect jobs \u2013 largely due to a high localization rate which will significantly increase the Mexican supply base.

COMPAS is led by an international management team from Daimler and Nissan: Ryoji Kurosawa, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Uwe Jarosch, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and Glaucio Leite, Chief Quality Officer (CQO).

Aguascalientes Governor De La Torre said the new plant will be an important source of jobs for the people of Aguascalientes. \u201cThis first stone reaffirms Aguascalientes\u2019s position as a major manufacturing base for the global auto industry. We will continue to encourage public and private partnerships to strengthen our position as a base for the world\u2019s most important industries.\u201d

More than 400 guests attended the groundbreaking ceremony, including Ildefonso Guajardo, Mexican Minister of Economy; Carlos Lozano de la Torre, Governor of the state of Aguascalientes; Markus Sch\u00e4fer, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain Management; J\u00f6rg Prigl, Head of Product Group Compact Cars, Mercedes-Benz Cars; Jose Mu\u00f1oz, Executive Vice President, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Chairman, Management Committee \u2013 Nissan North America (NNA); Roland Krueger, President of Infiniti Motor Company, Limited; Ryoji Kurosawa, COMPAS CEO; Uwe Jarosch, COMPAS CFO; Glaucio Leite, COMPAS CQO; and Armando Avila, COMPAS Board of Directors Chairman.

As announced in June 2014, Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance will also cooperate in the development of the next-generation premium compact vehicles for the brands Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti. The two partners will closely collaborate at every stage of the product creation process. Brand identity will be safeguarded as the Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti vehicles will clearly differ from each other in terms of product design, driving characteristics, and specifications.

Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance will also produce the next-generation premium compact cars at other production locations around the world, including Europe and China.

Growing together in Mexico

Mexico is already a key location for Daimler with a total of around 8,000 employees. The group has production plants for trucks and buses in Saltillo, Santiago Tianguistenco, and Garcia, a parts distribution center in San Luis Potos\u00ed and a remanufacturing plant, a product delivery center, and a training center for passenger cars located in Toluca.

Nissan has been producing vehicles in Aguascalientes since 1992 and is known for its award-winning, highly efficient workforce. In November 2013, Nissan opened a second manufacturing complex in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes A2. Nissan also has a plant in Cuernavaca. Together, the three plants have an annual production capacity of 850,000 vehicles. Nissan is the leading automaker in Mexico, accounting for one in four cars sold.

About the global production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars

26 locations around the world involving more than 70,000 employees form the flexible and efficient global production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars. The network is based on the product architectures of front-wheel drive (compact cars) and rear-wheel drive (for example the S-Class, E-Class, and C-Class) as well as the SUV and sports car architectures. In addition, there is a powertrain production network (engines, transmissions, axles and components). Each of these production networks is grouped around a lead plant that serves as a center of competence for the ramp-up of new products, technology and quality assurance.

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance Manufacturing Network

The Renault-Nissan Alliance operates 81 manufacturing facilities, including 42 vehicle and 39 powertrain plants, in 27 countries.

The Alliance also has production agreements with local industrial partners in 13 countries, including AVTOVAZ in Russia and Dongfeng Motor in China. In total, 106 plants in the world produce cars and engines for the eight Alliance brands. In 2014, the Alliance produced more than 8 million vehicles, an average of one vehicle every four seconds.


Contact:

Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41361; email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

Herman Morfin, Nissan Mexicana
Phone: +52-55-56281808; email: herman.morfin@nissan.com.mx

Photos from the groundbreaking event in Aguascalientes will be available on the Daimler Media Site by around 08:30 p.m. CEST: www.media.daimler.com

Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com


DAIMLER AT A GLANCE
Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group
is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, financial investments, credit cards, and innovative mobility services.

The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today:
The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. Daimler consequently invests in the development of alternative drive trains with the long-term goal of emission-free driving: from hybrid vehicles to electric vehicles powered by battery or fuel cell. Furthermore, the company follows a consistent path towards accident-free driving and intelligent connectivity all the way to autonomous driving. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment.
Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia, and Africa.
Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, as well as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses, and Daimler Financial Services\u2019 brands: Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Daimler Truck Financial, moovel and car2go. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2014, the Group sold more than 2.5 million vehicles and employed
a workforce of 279,972 people; revenue totaled \u20ac129.9 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.



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AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico \u2013 Five years after their strategic cooperation was established, Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance have significantly expanded their collaboration with the start of a manufacturing joint venture in Aguascalientes in central Mexico.

The new business entity COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes) is 50:50 owned by Daimler and Nissan. The partners will invest a total of US$1 billion in COMPAS which will oversee the construction and operation of a manufacturing plant for the production of next-generation premium compact vehicles for the brands Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti.

The state-of-the-art plant will be located near the Nissan Aguascalientes A2 plant. It will have an initial annual production capacity of more than 230,000 vehicles and will create about 3,600 direct jobs by 2020.  Depending on the market development and customer demand, there will be the potential to add additional capacity. Production of Infiniti vehicles will begin in 2017, first Mercedes-Benz vehicles will roll off the line in 2018.

COMPAS is led by an international management team from Daimler and Nissan: Ryoji Kurosawa is Chief Executive Officer (CEO); Uwe Jarosch is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Glaucio Leite is Chief Quality Officer (CQO).

The decision-making process of COMPAS is supported by a Board of Directors made up of three executives from each company. The board members from Daimler are: Michael G\u00f6bel, Head of Production Compact Cars, Mercedes-Benz Cars; Axel Harries, Head of Quality Management, Mercedes-Benz Cars; and Christian Schulz, Head of Controlling,
Mercedes-Benz Cars Operations.The Nissan executives are: Armando Avila, Manufacturing VP, Nissan Mexico; Carlos Servin, Finance VP, Nissan North America; and Takehiro Terai, Total Customer Satisfaction VP, Nissan North America.

\u201cCOMPAS is an outstanding example of the global reach of the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler cooperation. Together we are combining the manufacturing expertise of Nissan and Daimler in one production plant in Mexico for the production of next-generation premium compact cars,\u201d said  COMPAS CEO Kurosawa. \u201cAguascalientes was selected as the location for this new plant thanks to the state\u2019s well-established supplier base and Nissan\u2019s track record in highly efficient manufacturing in Mexico for more than three decades,\u201d he added.

Kurosawa has more than 30 years\u2019 manufacturing experience at both Nissan and Infiniti. In his last position as General Manager of the Tochigi Plant in Japan, he was in charge of the production and quality of Infiniti, including the Infiniti Q50 flagship sedan.

\u201cWith COMPAS, Mercedes-Benz Cars will for the first time have a production location for compact cars in the NAFTA region and will thus be able to serve its customers close to the market in a flexible and efficient manner,\u201d said COMPAS CFO Jarosch.

During more than 40 years at Daimler, Jarosch has completed various and largely international assignments in finance and controlling. In his last position as CFO of the Mercedes-Benz passenger cars business in India, he had a responsible role in the significant expansion of the local production and the sales network in the country.

\u201cBy incorporating the best from both companies in terms of manufacturing and quality processes, we will produce top-quality products, maximize resources, and optimize costs at the same time. We are also making sure that both brands\u2019 quality requirements and identities are safeguarded,\u201c added COMPAS CQO Leite.

During 24 years at Daimler, Leite has taken over various functions in production and planning at Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles as well as passenger cars in Brazil and Germany. In his last position, after several project assignments at the passenger car plants in the USA and China, he oversaw preparations for the final assembly of the next-generation E-Class at the Mercedes-Benz Sindelfingen plant in Germany.

As announced in June 2014, Daimler and Infiniti will also cooperate in the development of the next-generation premium compact vehicles for the brands Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti. The two partners will closely collaborate at every stage of the product creation process. Brand identity will be safeguarded as the Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti vehicles will clearly differ from each other in terms of product design, driving characteristics, and specifications.

Daimler and Nissan will also produce the next-generation premium compact cars at other production locations around the world, including Europe and China.


Contact:
Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41361; email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com


Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com


DAIMLER AT A GLANCE
Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group
is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, financial investments, credit cards, and innovative mobility services.

The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today:
The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. Daimler consequently invests in the development of alternative drive trains with the long-term goal of emission-free driving: from hybrid vehicles to electric vehicles powered by battery or fuel cell. Furthermore, the company follows a consistent path towards accident-free driving and intelligent connectivity all the way to autonomous driving. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment.

Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia, and Africa.

Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, as well as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses, and Daimler Financial Services\u2019 brands: Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Daimler Truck Financial, moovel and car2go. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2014, the Group sold more than 2.5 million vehicles and employed
a workforce of 279,972 people; revenue totaled \u20ac129.9 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.


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Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41361
Email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com


Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
Email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (10 juillet 2014) \u2013 L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan a enregistr\u00e9 des synergies record d\u2019un montant de 3,8 milliards d\u2019euros en 2014 par rapport aux 2,72 milliards d\u2019euros en 2013. Les fonctions Achats, Ing\u00e9nierie et Fabrication sont les principales sources de synergies. Le lancement des premiers v\u00e9hicules issus de l\u2019architecture modulaire (CMF) de l\u2019Alliance ainsi que la convergence r\u00e9cente de quatre directions majeures ont contribu\u00e9 \u00e0 dynamiser les synergies dans ces trois domaines.

Les synergies sont g\u00e9n\u00e9r\u00e9es par la r\u00e9duction des co\u00fbts,  des frais \u00e9vit\u00e9s et des revenus suppl\u00e9mentaires. Seules sont prises en compte chaque ann\u00e9e les synergies nouvelles et non l\u2019ensemble des synergies produites depuis l\u2019origine. La comptabilisation des synergies permet \u00e0 Renault et Nissan de v\u00e9rifier la r\u00e9alisation de leurs objectifs de performance. Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 ces \u00e9conomies nettes et \u00e0 l\u2019augmentation du chiffre d\u2019affaires, les deux constructeurs sont en mesure de garantir le meilleur rapport qualit\u00e9 /prix \u00e0 leurs clients partout dans le monde.

\u00ab Notre architecture modulaire (CMF \u2013 Common Module Family) reste le moteur des synergies dans toutes les grandes branches de notre activit\u00e9, qu\u2019il s\u2019agisse des achats, de l\u2019ing\u00e9nierie ou de la m\u00e9canique \u00bb a d\u00e9clar\u00e9 Carlos Ghosn, Pr\u00e9sident Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan. \u00ab La convergence r\u00e9cente des quatre principales directions de Renault et Nissan \u2013 Ing\u00e9nierie, Fabrication et Logistique, Achats et Ressources Humaines \u2013 renforce le dynamisme de l\u2019Alliance \u00bb.

Renault et Nissan ont cr\u00e9\u00e9 les quatre fonctions communes le 1er avril 2014. Si Renault et Nissan restent des soci\u00e9t\u00e9s distinctes, chaque fonction est dirig\u00e9e par un Directeur commun \u00e0 l\u2019Alliance. Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 cette convergence, l\u2019Alliance esp\u00e8re d\u00e9passer 4,3 milliards d\u2019euros de synergies annuelles \u00e0 l\u2019horizon 2016, par rapport au 1,5 milliard d\u2019euros r\u00e9alis\u00e9 en 2009.

Common Module Family (CMF)

L\u2019architecture modulaire - Common Module Family (CMF) \u2013 est une approche sp\u00e9cifique \u00e0 l\u2019Alliance et une source de synergies en constante progression (pour visualiser l\u2019Infographique CMF, cliquez ici http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/node/2634/). Elle permet \u00e0 Renault et \u00e0 Nissan de produire une plus vaste gamme de v\u00e9hicules en utilisant un ensemble de pi\u00e8ces et composants communs, tout en augmentant l\u2019\u00e9ventail de choix et la qualit\u00e9 offerts aux clients. CMF se d\u00e9compose en trois segments : CMF-A pour les petits v\u00e9hicules, CMF-B pour les v\u00e9hicules interm\u00e9diaires et CMF-C/D pour les v\u00e9hicules les plus grands.

En f\u00e9vrier 2014, Nissan a lanc\u00e9 une toute nouvelle version du Qashqai, crossover tr\u00e8s populaire en Europe. Bas\u00e9 sur CMF-C/D, le Qashqai est le troisi\u00e8me mod\u00e8le de Nissan bas\u00e9 sur l\u2019architecture modulaire. En 2013, Nissan a commercialis\u00e9 le SUV Rogue aux Etats-Unis et le SUV crossover X-Trail en Chine. En d\u00e9but d\u2019ann\u00e9e, Renault a lanc\u00e9 ses premiers v\u00e9hicules CMF : Nouvel Espace et Kadjar bas\u00e9s sur CMF-C/D.

En 2015, Renault commercialisera le Kwid en Inde, premier v\u00e9hicule de l\u2019Alliance construit sur l\u2019architecture CMF-A. Il sera produit \u00e0 l\u2019usine Renault-Nissan de Chennai. Datsun lancera un v\u00e9hicule sur la m\u00eame plate-forme en 2016.

L\u2019Alliance compte utiliser les architectures CMF pour la production de 70% de ses v\u00e9hicules d\u2019ici 2020.

Production crois\u00e9e

La production crois\u00e9e de v\u00e9hicules est aussi une source importante de synergies li\u00e9es \u00e0 la fabrication. La production crois\u00e9e devrait prendre de l\u2019ampleur au sein de l\u2019Alliance apr\u00e8s le d\u00e9ploiement de l\u2019Alliance Production Way (APW) dans toutes les usines implant\u00e9es dans le monde d\u2019ici \u00e0 la fin 2015. L\u2019APW, syst\u00e8me de production unifi\u00e9, est le r\u00e9sultat du partage des bonnes pratiques dans tout le groupe. Il permet aux usines Renault et Nissan de fabriquer des v\u00e9hicules sur les m\u00eames cha\u00eenes d\u2019assemblage.

En 2014, Nissan a initi\u00e9 la production du crossover Rogue \u00e0 l\u2019usine Renault de Busan en Cor\u00e9e du Sud pour r\u00e9pondre \u00e0 une demande du march\u00e9 am\u00e9ricain plus importante que pr\u00e9vue.

L\u2019usine d\u2019AVTOVAZ \u00e0 Togliatti, en Russie, d\u00e9tient la capacit\u00e9 de production la plus importante de l\u2019Alliance dans le monde, avec pr\u00e8s d\u2019un million de v\u00e9hicules par an. L\u2019usine fabrique des v\u00e9hicules pour quatre marques \u2013 Lada, Renault, Nissan et Datsun. L\u2019Alliance est actionnaire majoritaire de la joint-venture qui contr\u00f4le AVTOVAZ, le plus grand constructeur automobile de Russie.

Contribution des autres m\u00e9tiers, y compris les ventes et le marketing

L\u2019Alliance profite de plus en plus des synergies r\u00e9alis\u00e9es par d\u2019autres m\u00e9tiers, comme les ventes et le marketing.

Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 l\u2019Alliance, Renault et Nissan peuvent offrir un grand choix de v\u00e9hicules \u00e0 leurs clients partout dans le monde. En 2014, l\u2019Alliance a sign\u00e9 des contrats \u00e0 l\u2019international avec plusieurs clients utilisateurs de flottes, parmi lesquels Danone, multinationale de l\u2019agro-alimentaire.


A PROPOS DE l\u2019ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN
L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique entre Paris, si\u00e8ge de Renault et Yokohama, si\u00e8ge de Nissan au Japon. Plus d\u2019une voiture sur dix dans le monde est vendue par l\u2019Alliance. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, les entreprises ont commercialis\u00e9 8,5 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2014. L\u2019Alliance a conclu des accords de coop\u00e9ration strat\u00e9gique avec d\u2019autres constructeurs automobiles tels que Daimler en Allemagne, Dongfeng en Chine, Mitsubishi Motors et Ashok Leyland en Inde. L\u2019Alliance d\u00e9tient une participation majoritaire dans la joint-venture, propri\u00e9taire du premier constructeur russe Avtovaz.


Pour plus d\u2019informations, consulter les sites :

blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com
www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com


Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance 
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 45 51 50 30
helene.mazier@renault.com

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81-(0)50-3804-7199 
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Renault SAS
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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (July 10, 2015) -- The Renault-Nissan Alliance posted record synergies of \u20ac3.80 billion in 2014, up from \u20ac2.87 billion the previous year. Purchasing, engineering and manufacturing were the biggest contributors. The launch of the Alliance\u2019s first Common Module Family (CMF) vehicles, as well as the recent convergence of four key units, helped drive synergies in all three areas.

Synergies are generated from cost reductions, cost avoidance and revenue increases. Only new synergies (not cumulative) are taken into account each year. Accounting for synergies helps Renault and Nissan determine if they are meeting their performance objectives. More significantly, the net savings and revenue enhancements enable both automakers to offer higher-value vehicles to customers around the world.

\u201cOur Common Module Family system continues to drive synergies in all major areas, from purchasing to vehicle engineering and powertrains,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. \u201cAt the same time, the recent convergence of four key functions at Renault and Nissan -- Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Human Resources -- is accelerating the momentum.\u201d

Renault and Nissan converged the four functions on April 1, 2014. While Renault and Nissan remain separate companies, each function is led by a common Alliance executive vice president. Thanks to the convergence, the Alliance expects to overachieve on its goal of generating \u20ac4.3 billion in annualized synergies by 2016. That\u2019s up from \u20ac1.5 billion in 2009.

Common Module Family (CMF)

Common Module Family is the Alliance\u2019s unique system of modular vehicle architectures and an increasing source of synergies (to see our CMF infographic go to blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/node/2634/)

CMF enables Renault and Nissan to build a wider range of vehicles from a smaller pool of parts, while at the same time increasing customer choice and quality. Small vehicles are based on CMF-A, while mid-sized vehicles utilize CMF-B, and the largest vehicles use CMF-C/D.

In February 2014, Nissan launched an all-new version of the popular Qashqai crossover in Europe. The Qashqai is built on CMF-C/D and is the third CMF model for Nissan. In 2013, Nissan launched the Rogue SUV in the United States and X-Trail crossover SUV in China. Earlier this year, Renault launched its first CMF vehicles: the New Espace and the Kadjar. Both vehicles are built on CMF-C/D as well.

In 2015, Renault will launch the Kwid in India. The Kwid is the first Alliance car built on the CMF-A architecture and will be produced at the Renault-Nissan plant in Chennai. Datsun will launch a vehicle on the same platform in 2016.

By 2020, the Alliance expects 70 percent of its vehicles to be built on CMF architectures.

Cross production

The cross production of vehicles is also a major driver of manufacturing synergies. Cross production is expected to accelerate across the Alliance following the rollout of the Alliance Production Way (APW) at all plants around the world by the end of 2015. The APW manufacturing system is the result of best practice sharing throughout the organization and allows plants to make better use of their capacity by enabling them to produce both Renault and Nissan vehicles.

In 2014, Nissan began production of the Rogue crossover in Renault\u2019s plant in Busan, South Korean, to meet stronger-than-expected demand in the U.S.

The AVTOVAZ plant in Togliatti, Russia, is the Alliance\u2019s biggest production base in the world with capacity of nearly one million vehicles per year. The plant produces vehicles under four brands \u2013 Lada, Renault, Nissan and Datsun. The Alliance owns a majority stake in the joint venture that controls AVTOVAZ, Russia\u2019s largest automaker.

Contribution from other business areas, including sales and marketing

The Alliance is increasingly benefitting from synergies in other areas, such as sales and marketing.

For example, thanks to the Alliance, Renault and Nissan are able to offer customers an extensive range of vehicles around the world. In 2014, the Alliance signed global contracts with several fleet customers, including multinational food-products corporation Danone.

This release is available on www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5489


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with other automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, Mitsubishi Motors and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance has majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker AVTOVAZ.

blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com
www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com


Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance 
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 45 51 50 30
helene.mazier@renault.com

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81-(0)50-3804-7199 
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Renault-Nissan Alliance 
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com


H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 45 51 50 30
helene.mazier@renault.com


Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81-(0)50-3804-7199 
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Paris/Yokohama (9 juillet 2015)- L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan a annonc\u00e9 aujourd\u2019hui la nomination de J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive au poste de Directeur des Fabrications et Logistique Alliance, \u00e0 compter du 1er ao\u00fbt.

J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive, actuellement Directeur Fabrication et Logistique Europe, Renault s.a.s, remplace Shohei Kimura qui prend de nouvelles fonctions au sein du groupe Nissan. Ses nouvelles fonctions seront annonc\u00e9es ult\u00e9rieurement. Shohei Kimura \u00e9tait \u00e0 la t\u00eate de la Direction des Fabrications et Logistique Alliance depuis sa cr\u00e9ation le 1er avril 2014.

La nouvelle mission de J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive, 57 ans, sera de renforcer le processus d\u2019int\u00e9gration au sein de la fonction Fabrications et Logistique Alliance qui est l\u2019une des quatre fonctions cl\u00e9s converg\u00e9es entre Renault et Nissan. Les trois autres fonctions, Achats, Ing\u00e9nierie et Ressources Humaines, ont \u00e9galement \u00e9t\u00e9 converg\u00e9es le 1er avril 2014. La fonction Achats est dirig\u00e9e par Yasuhiro Yamauchi, l\u2019Ing\u00e9nierie par Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi et les Ressources Humaines par Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin.

Jose-Vicente de los Mozos reprend les fonctions de J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive en plus de celles qu\u2019il exerce d\u00e9j\u00e0 en tant que Directeur des Fabrications et de la Logistique Groupe. Jose-Vicente de Los Mozos est membre du Comit\u00e9 Ex\u00e9cutif.

J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive entre chez Renault en 1982 et occupe plusieurs postes en fabrication dans les usines de Sandouville, Fonderie de Bretagne et Douai en France. En 2004, il est nomm\u00e9 Directeur de l\u2019usine de Douai. En 2010, il int\u00e8gre la filiale de Renault, Dacia \u2013 constructeur de la populaire Logan \u2013 en tant que Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral du groupe Renault en Roumanie et Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral de Dacia. En 2013, il prend la responsabilit\u00e9 de la Direction industrielle de la r\u00e9gion Euromed-Afrique en plus de ses fonctions de Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral. A compter du 1er janvier 2014, il est promu Directeur Fabrication et Logistique Europe qui regroupe 16 sites de production et devient Membre du Comit\u00e9 de Direction de Renault (CDR).

Les fonctions converg\u00e9es Achats, Ing\u00e9nierie, Fabrications et Logistique ainsi que Ressources Humaines ont \u00e9t\u00e9 mises en place pour promouvoir l\u2019efficacit\u00e9 et les synergies au sein de l\u2019Alliance. Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 cette convergence, l\u2019Alliance compte d\u00e9passer 4,3 milliards d\u2019euros de synergies annuelles \u00e0 l\u2019horizon 2016, en hausse par rapport aux synergies pour 2014 estim\u00e9es \u00e0 3.8 milliards d\u2019euros.

Cliquer ici www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5486 pour voir la photo de J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive.


Alliance Renault-Nissan

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique entre Paris, si\u00e8ge de Renault et Yokohama, si\u00e8ge de Nissan au Japon. Plus d\u2019une voiture sur dix dans le monde est vendue par l\u2019Alliance. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, les soci\u00e9t\u00e9s ont commercialis\u00e9 8,5 millions de voitures dans environ 200 pays en 2014. L\u2019Alliance a conclu un accord de coop\u00e9ration strat\u00e9gique avec Avtovaz et avec d\u2019autres constructeurs automobiles tels que Daimler en Allemagne, Mitsubishi Motors au Japon, Dongfeng en Chine et Ashok Leyland en Inde.



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Mia Nielsen
mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com
+ 33 6 10 83 31 33


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (July 9, 2015)--The Renault-Nissan Alliance today announced that J\u00e9r\u00f4me Olive has been appointed Alliance Executive Vice President, Alliance Manufacturing Engineering & Supply Chain Management, effective Aug. 1.

Olive, currently Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and Logistics Europe, Renault s.a.s., replaces Shohei Kimura who will move to a new leadership position in manufacturing within the Nissan group. His new position will be announced at a later date. Kimura has been head of the converged Alliance Manufacturing Engineering & Supply Chain Management function since its creation on April 1, 2014.

In his new position, Olive, 57, will be in charge of further accelerating integration within the function. The Alliance Manufacturing Engineering & Supply Chain Management function is one of four key converged Renault and Nissan units. The others are Purchasing, Engineering and Human Resources, which were also set up on April 1, 2014. Purchasing is led by Yasuhiro Yamauchi, Engineering by Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi and Human Resources by Marie-Francoise Damesin.

Jose-Vicente de los Mozos will add Olive\u2019s current responsibilities to his duties as Executive Vice President for Manufacturing & Supply Chain at Renault.

Olive joined Renault in 1982. He held various manufacturing-related positions at the Sandouville, Fonderie de Bretagne and Douai plants in France before he was promoted to General Manager of the Douai plant in 2004. In 2010, he joined Renault\u2019s subsidiary Dacia - maker of the popular Logan model - as Managing Director of the Renault Group in Romania and Managing Director of Dacia. In 2013, he was appointed Industrial Director for Renault\u2019s Euromed-Africa Region, in addition to his role as Managing Director of Dacia. He was promoted to Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and Logistics Europe in January 2014, responsible for 16 production sites.

The converged Purchasing, Engineering, Engineering Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management and Human Resources functions were created to accelerate efficiency and synergies across the Alliance. Thanks to the convergence, the Alliance expects to overachieve on its goal of generating 4.3 billion euros in annualized synergies by 2016, up from an estimated 3.8 billion euros in 2014.

For a photo of Olive, click here: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5486


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance                                                                                     

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with other automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi Motors, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.



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mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com
+33 6 10 83 31 33


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (June 24, 2015)\u2014The Renault-Nissan Alliance, the world\u2019s leader in zero-emission mobility, has sold its 250,000th electric vehicle: a white Renault ZOE sold to a French engineer.

The Alliance reached the historic milestone in early June, 4 \u00bd  years after the launch of the Nissan LEAF, the world\u2019s first mass-market zero-emission vehicle.*  The Alliance today accounts for half of the electric vehicles sold worldwide. Nissan LEAF remains the best-selling electric vehicle of all time, with more than 180,000 units sold.

From January through May, the Alliance sold about 31,700 EVs -- up nearly 15 percent over the same period of last year. 

\u201cDemand for our electric vehicles continues to grow thanks to government incentives and the expanding charging infrastructure,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. \u201cThe positive response of our customers is also driving demand. These vehicles enjoy some of the highest levels of satisfaction rates from our customers around the world.\u201d

Frenchman from Bordeaux takes delivery of 250,000th EV

The 250,000th owner is Yves Nivelle, a computer engineer, who traded in his 21-year-old diesel car for the subcompact Renault ZOE. Nivelle bought his EV after the French government introduced an environmental bonus in April to allow owners of older, polluting diesel cars to trade them in and get a rebate of \u20ac10,000 on a new EV.
 \u201cThe government\u2019s environmental bonus was a big factor in my decision to get an EV,\u201d Nivelle said. \u201cBut I have to say, I was convinced the first time I drove the car. It\u2019s a real pleasure to drive and it feels good to do my part for the environment.\u201d 

Alliance has full range of six 100% EVs; Renault leads in Europe

With six models on the road, the Renault-Nissan Alliance is the only global car group with a full range of 100% electric vehicles. In addition to the LEAF, Nissan also sells the e-NV200 van, which has been on sale in Europe and Japan since last year. In addition to the ZOE, Renault also sells the Renault Kangoo Z.E van, the SM3 Z.E. sedan and the Twizy, a two-seater urban commuter vehicle. 

Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan has sold 185,000 electric vehicles worldwide since December 2010, when the Nissan LEAF went on sale. LEAF has collected numerous industry honors, including the 2011 World Car of the Year, European Car of the Year 2011, and Car of the Year Japan 2011-2012. The LEAF is sold in 46 markets. Nissan\u2019s top EV markets are the United States, with about 80,000 sales since LEAF\u2019s launch, Japan with about 53,500 units, and Europe with about 41,500.  

Renault, based in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, has sold 65,000 electric vehicles worldwide since its first model, the Kangoo Z.E., went on sale in October 2011. Kangoo Z.E. was voted International Van of the Year 2012. 

Renault was the No. 1 EV brand in Europe for the last two months, with a market share of 26 percent. Renault\u2019s top markets are France, the United Kingdom, Germany and Norway. In France, where ZOE is the most popular EV with almost half the market, the government\u2019s environmental bonus allows drivers to lease the ZOE, including the battery, for as little as \u20ac99 a month. 

The Renault-Nissan Alliance was recently chosen as the official passenger-car provider for the United Nation\u2019s COP21 climate conference in Paris from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11. The Alliance will provide a fleet of 200 EVs to shuttle delegates to the annual conference. It will be the first time the U.N. will use a zero-emission fleet for its entire passenger car shuttle at a COP event. 

To see our video news release and EV milestone infographic, click here: 
http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5472


*No CO2 emissions and no regulated atmospheric pollutants while driving according to homologation cycle (NEDC).

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and has a majority stake in the joint venture which owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.



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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com


Maya Vautier             
Renault SAS             
+33 6 14 38 05 08        
maya.vautier@renault.com


Akihiro Nakanishi 
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45-523-5549

akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp


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\u00b7 Alliance to provide 200 pure electric vehicles to 2015 Paris climate conference
\u00b7 The first fully electric shuttle service for United Nation\u2019s climate conference
\u00b7 Fleet to include Renault ZOE and Kangoo Z.E, Nissan LEAF and e-NV200
\u00b7 More than 50 charging stations powered by renewable energy to be established in and around Paris.

PARIS (May 27, 2015) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance, the world leader in zero-emission mobility*, will provide a fleet of 200 all-electric vehicles as the official passenger-car provider for the United Nation\u2019s COP21 climate conference in Paris later this year.

 The partnership agreement was signed today between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and the General Secretary in charge of the preparation and organization of the 21st annual Conference of Parties (better known as COP21). The fully electric car fleet will shuttle delegates during the event from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11.

More than 20,000 U.N. participants from 195 countries are expected to attend the annual climate summit. It will be the first time the U.N. will use a zero-emission fleet for its entire passenger car shuttle at a COP event.

The goals of the Paris summit are to have a new global climate-change agreement in place by the end of 2015 and to have the Climate Green Fund, established to help developing countries adapt to climate change and reduce emissions, start allocating funds.

 'We are delighted to announce that the Renault-Nissan Alliance is an official partner of COP21 in Paris. The Alliance\u2019s fleet of 100% electric vehicles will contribute to our goal of achieving a carbon neutral event.  The technology of electric vehicles helps reduce greenhouse gases in the transportation sector efficiently,\u201d said Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, President of COP21.

\u201cElectric vehicle technology is an efficient solution for a practical and affordable mode of transportation. This solution has a positive impact on the climate and air quality in our cities,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. \u201cIt\u2019s time to accelerate the shift to zero-emission mobility by working together with all parties concerned.\u201d

The COP21 car fleet will feature the Renault ZOE subcompact car, the Renault Kangoo Z.E. van, the Renault Fluence Z.E. sedan, the Nissan LEAF compact car and the 7-seater Nissan e-NV200 van. The vehicles will be available to shuttle delegates 24 hours, seven days week to key venues around the conference, as a complement to public transportation.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance will work with companies in France to set up a network of more than 50 quick and standard charging stations powered by 100% renewable energy in strategic locations. The quick charging stations will be able to charge the EVs from 0 to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.

Renault-Nissan Alliance: The world leader in electric vehicle sales

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is the global leader in zero-emission vehicles and the only automaker with a full range of 100% electric vehicles. The Alliance has sold more than 238,000 EVs globally since December 2010, when the Alliance\u2019s first electric vehicle \u2013 the Nissan LEAF - went on sale. The Alliance sells about one out of two electric vehicles worldwide, including Twizy, Renault\u2019s two-seater urban commuter vehicle, and the Nissan e-NV200 van, which has been on sale in Europe and Japan since 2014.

The Renault Nissan Alliance will also participate in Solutions COP21, an international exhibition on climate-change solutions, at the Grand Palais in Paris. The exhibition, which will take place Dec. 4-10, will feature CO2 solutions from cities, businesses and other organizations around the world. In addition to an EV display, the Alliance will have more than 10 EVs available for the public to test drive.

 Photos available on www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5451

 *No CO2 emissions and no regulated atmospheric pollutants while driving according to homologation cycle (NEDC).


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. The Alliance has strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland. The Alliance also owns a majority stake in the joint venture which controls Russia\u2019s AVTOVAZ, maker of the Lada brand.

www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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www.nissan-newsroom.com

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Aline Henry
Renault-Nissan Alliance Communications
aline.henry@renault-nissan.com
+33 (0)6 03 09 54 97

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Communiqu\u00e9 de presse
07 Avril 2015


STUTTGART / PARIS / YOKOHAMA \u2013 L'Alliance Renault-Nissan et Daimler AG vont \u00e9tendre  leur coop\u00e9ration strat\u00e9gique de cinq ans au segment du pick-up.

Ensemble, Nissan et Daimler d\u00e9velopperont un pick-up d'une tonne de charge utile pour le compte de Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz a r\u00e9cemment annonc\u00e9 son entr\u00e9e sur ce segment.. Le pick-up Mercedes-Benz partagera une partie de son architecture avec le tout nouveau Nissan NP300 mais l'ing\u00e9nierie et le design seront assur\u00e9s par Daimler afin de r\u00e9pondre aux besoins sp\u00e9cifiques de ses clients. Ce v\u00e9hicule disposera en outre de toutes les caract\u00e9ristiques et fonctionnalit\u00e9s distinctives de Mercedes-Benz.

Le pick-up, \u00e9quip\u00e9 d'une double cabine, s\u2019adressera aussi bien \u00e0 des clients   particuliers que professionnels. Il sera principalement destin\u00e9 aux march\u00e9s d'Europe, d'Australie, d'Afrique du Sud et d'Am\u00e9rique latine.

\u00ab Mercedes-Benz est la marque haut de gamme affichant la plus forte croissance au monde \u00bb, indique le Dr. Dieter Zetsche, pr\u00e9sident du conseil d'administration de Daimler AG et Pr\u00e9sident de Mercedes-Benz. Notre entr\u00e9e sur le segment tr\u00e8s dynamique des pick-up de taille moyenne marque une \u00e9tape importante de notre parcours de croissance mondiale. Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 notre collaboration bien \u00e9tablie avec l'Alliance Renault-Nissan, nous sommes en mesure de r\u00e9duire tr\u00e8s significativement le temps et les co\u00fbts n\u00e9cessaires \u00e0 notre entr\u00e9e sur ce segment cl\u00e9. \u00bb

Nissan est le deuxi\u00e8me constructeur de pick-up d\u2019une tonne de charge utile au monde, avec plus de 80 ans d'exp\u00e9rience dans la fabrication et la vente de ce type de v\u00e9hicules. Depuis 1933, plus de 14 millions de pick-up d\u2019une tonne  de charge utile Nissan ont \u00e9t\u00e9 utilis\u00e9s pour transporter biens et personnes, parfois dans les conditions les plus extr\u00eames. Le  NP300, commercialis\u00e9 sous le nom NP300 Navara et NP300 Frontier (selon le march\u00e9) et lanc\u00e9 en Juin 2014 est actuellement produit en Tha\u00eflande et au Mexique.

Nissan et Renault d\u00e9veloppent d\u00e9j\u00e0 un pick-up d'une tonne de charge utile pour Renault, qui partagera aussi quelques \u00e9l\u00e9ments de son architecture avec le Nissan NP300 . Ce v\u00e9hicule, qui arborera un design distinctif de Renault, constitue aussi le premier pick-up d\u2019une tonne de charge utile de la marque au losange. Le premier lieu de production du pick-up d\u2019une tonne de charge utile de Renault sera dans l\u2019usine Nissan de Cuernavaca au Mexique et d\u00e9butera en 2016.

Il marquera la deuxi\u00e8me entr\u00e9e de Renault sur le segment du pick-up  apr\u00e8s le lancement de son pick-up d\u2019une demi-tonne plus tard cette ann\u00e9e.

Le pick-up une tonne de charge utile de Mercedes-Benz sera fabriqu\u00e9 par Nissan dans l\u2019usine Renault de Cordoba , en Argentine, avec le Nissan NP300 et le pick-up une tonne de charge utile de Renault pour le march\u00e9 de l\u2019Am\u00e9rique latine. Les trois pick-up seront \u00e9galement fabriqu\u00e9s dans  le site de Nissan \u00e0 Barcelone, en Espagne, pour les autres march\u00e9s, \u00e0 l'exception de l'Am\u00e9rique du Nord. La production des pick-up dans les deux usines d\u00e9butera d\u2019ici 2020.

Le site de Barcelone produira environ 120 000 v\u00e9hicules par an pour les trois partenaires, tandis que le site de Cordoba produira autour de 70 000 v\u00e9hicules par an. Un taux important de localisation des pi\u00e8ces est attendu afin d'\u00e9tendre de fa\u00e7on significative les bases d'approvisionnement en Espagne et en Argentine.

\u00ab Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 notre coop\u00e9ration avec Daimler sur ce projet, nous serons en mesure de partager les co\u00fbts d'investissement sur le site de Cordoba, tout en ouvrant de nouveaux march\u00e9s dans la r\u00e9gion d\u2019Amerique latine pour l'Alliance Renault-Nissan \u00bb, pr\u00e9cise Carlos Ghosn, PDG de Renault-Nissan. \u00ab Ce projet nous permettra aussi d'optimiser la capacit\u00e9 de production sur le site de Barcelone et d'am\u00e9liorer notre comp\u00e9titivit\u00e9 sur un segment important. \u00bb

Ce projet conjoint de pick-up constitue l'\u00e9tape la plus r\u00e9cente du partenariat strat\u00e9gique entre Daimler et l'Alliance Renault-Nissan, qui c\u00e9l\u00e8bre son cinqui\u00e8me anniversaire ce mois-ci. Lanc\u00e9 le 10 avril 2010, cette collaboration se limitait \u00e0 trois projets principalement concentr\u00e9s sur l'Europe. Depuis, le portefeuille global que se partagent Renault-Nissan et Daimler a plus que quadrupl\u00e9, avec 13 projets en Europe, en Asie et aux Am\u00e9riques.

\u00ab De ces cinq ann\u00e9es de collaboration entre Daimler et Renault-Nissan, je tire un bilan extr\u00eamement positif \u00bb, d\u00e9clare Zetsche. \u00ab Nous avons identifi\u00e9 et lanc\u00e9 de nombreux projets en commun qui ont b\u00e9n\u00e9fici\u00e9 \u00e0 chacun. \u00bb

\u00ab Cette coop\u00e9ration est l'une des plus productives du secteur de l'automobile. Elle a permis \u00e0 chacun des partenaires d'accro\u00eetre ses \u00e9conomies d'\u00e9chelle tout en pr\u00e9servant la distinction entre nos marques et nos produits \u00bb, indique Ghosn.

Pour retrouver l\u2019int\u00e9gralit\u00e9 du Communiqu\u00e9 de Presse et la vid\u00e9o vous pouvez vous connecter :
www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5417


Contact:

Florian Martens, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41525; email: florian.martens@daimler.com

Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41361; email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com


\u00c0 propos de Daimler

Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com


DAIMLER AT A GLANCE

Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group
is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, financial investments, credit cards, and innovative mobility services.

The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today:
The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. Daimler consequently invests in the development of alternative drive trains with the long-term goal of emission-free driving: from hybrid vehicles to electric vehicles powered by battery or fuel cell. Furthermore, the company follows a consistent path towards accident-free driving and intelligent connectivity all the way to autonomous driving. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment.

Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia, and Africa.

Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, as well as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses, and Daimler Financial Services\u2019 brands: Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Daimler Truck Financial, moovel and car2go. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2014, the Group sold more than 2.5 million vehicles and employed
a workforce of 279,972 people; revenue totaled \u20ac129.9 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.

www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com
www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com

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Florian Martens, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41525; email: florian.martens@daimler.com


Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41361; email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com


Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

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Press-Information
April 7, 2015

STUTTGART/PARIS/YOKOHAMA \u2013The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG will expand their five-year strategic cooperation into the pickup truck segment.

Together, Nissan and Daimler will develop a 1-ton pickup truck for Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz recently announced its entry into this segment. The Mercedes-Benz pickup will share some of the architecture with the all-new Nissan NP300 but it will be engineered and designed by Daimler to meet the specific needs of its customers. The vehicle will have all of Mercedes Benz\u2019 distinctive characteristics and features. 

The pickup will feature a double cab and will be targeted both at personal-use and commercial customers. The primary target markets for the truck are Europe, Australia, South Africa and Latin America.

\u201cMercedes-Benz is the fastest growing premium brand in the world,\u201d said Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars. \u201cEntering the rapidly growing segment of midsize pickups is an important step in continuing our global growth path. Thanks to our well-established partnership with the Renault-Nissan Alliance, we are able to drastically reduce the time and cost to enter this key segment.\u201d

Nissan is the world\u2019s second-biggest 1-ton pickup truck maker and has been building and selling 1-ton pickups for more than 80 years. Since 1933, more than 14 million Nissan 1-ton pickup trucks have been used to transport people and cargo, sometimes in the toughest circumstances. The NP300, sold under the name NP300 Navara and NP300 Frontier (depending on the market), was launched in June 2014 and is currently produced in Thailand and Mexico.

Nissan and Renault are already developing a 1-ton pickup truck for Renault which will also share some common architecture with the Nissan NP300. The truck, which will have a distinctive Renault design, is Renault\u2019s first 1-ton pickup truck as well. Production of Renault\u2019s 1-ton truck will begin in 2016 at Nissan\u2019s plant in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The 1-ton pickup will mark Renault\u2019s second entry into the pickup segment after the launch of a half-ton pickup later this year.

The Mercedes-Benz 1-ton pickup truck will be built by Nissan in the Renault plant in Cordoba, Argentina, along with the Nissan NP300 and the Renault 1-ton truck, for Latin America. The three trucks will also be built in the Nissan plant in Barcelona, Spain, for other markets, excluding North America. Production of the trucks at the two plants will start by the end of the decade.

The Barcelona plant will produce about 120,000 vehicles annually for the three partners, while the Cordoba plant will produce nearly 70,000 vehicles a year. A high parts localization rate is expected to expand the supply bases in Spain and Argentina significantly.

\u201cThanks to our cooperation with Daimler on this project, we will be able to share the cost of investment at the Cordoba plant, while at the same time open up new markets in the Latin American region for the Renault-Nissan Alliance,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO. \u201cThis project will also allow us to optimize production capacity at the Barcelona plant and enhance our competitiveness in an important segment.\u201d

The joint pickup project is the latest milestone in the strategic partnership between Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which celebrates its 5th anniversary this month. The strategic cooperation among the three companies began on April 10, 2010. At the time, the scope of the collaboration was limited to three projects primarily focused on Europe. Since then, the combined portfolio shared between Renault-Nissan and Daimler has more than quadrupled to 13 projects in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

\u201cAfter five years of cooperation between Daimler and Renault-Nissan, my conclusion is by all means positive,\u201d Zetsche said. \u201cWe have identified and launched many joint projects that create benefits for all partners involved.\u201d

\u201cThis cooperation is one of the most productive in the auto industry, enabling all partners to increase economies of scale while keeping our brands and products distinct,\u201d Ghosn said.

For the full press release and video news release, go to: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5417

Contact:

Florian Martens, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41525; email: florian.martens@daimler.com

Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
Phone: +49 711 17 41361; email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
Phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com


DAIMLER AT A GLANCE

Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group
is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance, financial investments, credit cards, and innovative mobility services.

The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today:
The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate. Daimler consequently invests in the development of alternative drive trains with the long-term goal of emission-free driving: from hybrid vehicles to electric vehicles powered by battery or fuel cell. Furthermore, the company follows a consistent path towards accident-free driving and intelligent connectivity all the way to autonomous driving. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment.

Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia, and Africa.

Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, as well as Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, FUSO, Setra and Thomas Built Buses, and Daimler Financial Services\u2019 brands: Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Daimler Truck Financial, moovel and car2go. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2014, the Group sold more than 2.5 million vehicles and employed
a workforce of 279,972 people; revenue totaled \u20ac129.9 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.

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PARIS \u2013 13 mars 2015 \u2013 L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan annonce la nomination de Monsieur Arnaud Deboeuf, 47 ans, au poste de Directeur RNBV & Direction D\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9e \u00e0 la Pr\u00e9sidence Alliance \u00e0 compter du 1er avril 2015. Il remplace Monsieur Christian Mardrus. Arnaud Deboeuf est rattach\u00e9 directement au Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan Carlos Ghosn.

Comme annonc\u00e9 pr\u00e9c\u00e9demment Christian Mardrus est nomm\u00e9 Directeur de la R\u00e9gion Afrique, Moyen-Orient, Inde de Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Dans le cadre de ses nouvelles fonctions, Arnaud Deboeuf devra veiller au renforcement de la coop\u00e9ration au sein de l\u2019Alliance dans le but d\u2019acc\u00e9l\u00e9rer la performance et la rentabilit\u00e9 des deux entreprises. Arnaud Deboeuf assurera l\u2019animation de Renault-Nissan B.V. (RNBV) et supervisera l\u2019\u00e9volution du partenariat nou\u00e9 en 1999 entre Renault et Nissan. RNBV est l\u2019entit\u00e9 d\u00e9tenue \u00e0 parts \u00e9gales par Renault et Nissan et bas\u00e9e \u00e0 Amsterdam aux Pays-Bas, en charge de la strat\u00e9gie moyen-long terme de l\u2019Alliance.  Le Comit\u00e9 de Direction de l\u2019Alliance est repr\u00e9sent\u00e9 par quatre Directeurs de Renault et quatre Directeurs de Nissan.

Arnaud Deboeuf  rejoindra  \u00e9galement le Comit\u00e9 de Management de l\u2019Alliance cr\u00e9\u00e9 en avril 2014 et d\u00e9di\u00e9 \u00e0 la mise en \u0153uvre de la convergence de quatre fonctions cl\u00e9s de Renault et de Nissan : Ing\u00e9nierie, Fabrication et Supply Chain, Achats et Ressources Humaines. Il sera \u00e9galement responsable de l\u2019\u00e9quipe de RNBV en charge de l\u2019acc\u00e9l\u00e9ration des synergies et du partage des best-practices entre les fonctions. L\u2019\u00e9quipe RNBV est en place depuis 2009 et se concentre \u00e0 ce jour sur huit domaines dont le plan-produit, le d\u00e9veloppement du segment A, les syst\u00e8mes et technologies de l\u2019information, les douanes et la coop\u00e9ration avec Daimler AG.

Arnaud Deboeuf a rejoint Renault en 1993 comme ing\u00e9nieur du D\u00e9partement Assemblage moteurs puis a int\u00e9gr\u00e9 la Direction des Fabrications. De 2004 \u00e0 2007, il a occup\u00e9 les fonctions de responsable de la Strat\u00e9gie et du Contr\u00f4le des Co\u00fbts des Achats pour Renault Samsung Motors en Cor\u00e9e du Sud. A son retour en France en 2007, il  est nomm\u00e9 Directeur de Programme adjoint,  puis en 2011, Directeur de Programme de la Gamme Entry de Renault. En 2010, il rejoint l\u2019Alliance en tant que charg\u00e9 du projet Common Module Family A (CMF-A). En 2012 il est promu Directeur de la Gamme Entry. Arnaud Deboeuf est dipl\u00f4m\u00e9 de l\u2019Ecole Polytechnique et de l\u2019Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chauss\u00e9es en France. Il est de nationalit\u00e9 fran\u00e7aise.


Au sujet de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan :

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre le Fran\u00e7ais Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le Japonais Nissan (Yokohama), qui totalisent ensemble 10 % des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, les deux soci\u00e9t\u00e9s ont vendu 8,5 millions de v\u00e9hicules dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2014. Tout comme avec AVTOVAZ, l'Alliance a nou\u00e9 des partenariats strat\u00e9giques avec plusieurs constructeurs automobiles, notamment en Allemagne, avec Daimler, au Japon, avec Mitsubishi, en Chine avec Dongfeng, et en Inde avec Ashok Leyland.

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PARIS (March 13, 2015) \u2013Effective April 1, Arnaud Deboeuf is appointed Alliance Senior Vice President, Renault-Nissan BV and Alliance CEO Office. He replaces Christian Mardrus. Deboeuf, 47, will report directly to the Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn.

As announced earlier, Mardrus will become Senior Vice President and Chairman of the Management Committee for Africa, Middle East and India, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. 

In his new role, Deboeuf will be responsible for strengthening and deepening the cooperation within the Alliance in order to accelerate each partner\u2019s performance and efficiency. Deboeuf will serve as Secretary of the Renault-Nissan B.V. (RNBV) board and oversee the ongoing evolution of the Alliance, which was created in 1999. RNBV is the equally-owned Renault and Nissan management company based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, responsible for the Alliance\u2019s mid-to long-term strategy. The Alliance Board includes four senior executives from Renault and four senior executives from Nissan.

Deboeuf will join the Alliance Management Committee, which was created in April 2014 to manage the convergence of four major Renault and Nissan functions: Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Human Resources. He will also be responsible for the dedicated Alliance Global Executive Team within RNBV in charge of accelerating synergies and best-practice sharing in other functions. The RNBV team has been in place since 2009 and is focused on eight areas today, including product planning, A-segment development, IS/IT, customs and trade, and cooperation with Daimler AG.

Deboeuf joined Renault in 1993 as an engineer in the Process Engineering Department and later worked in the Manufacturing Department. From 2004 to 2007, he was Head of Purchasing Strategy and Cost Control at Renault Samsung Motors in South Korea. Upon his return to France in 2007, he was appointed Deputy Program Director for Renault\u2019s Entry Range. In 2010, he joined the Alliance in charge of the Common Module Family (CMF)-A project. In 2012, he was promoted to Program Director of Renault\u2019s Entry Range. Deboeuf is a French national and has an engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chauss\u00e9es in France.


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance                                                                                     

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.

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BARCELONA, Spain (March 2, 2015) \u2013
Autonomous Drive is a \u201cmegatrend\u201d that will transform our cars and make them far safer, Carlos Ghosn told a major technology conference on Monday.

\u201cAll carmakers are developing this technology because it will make cars safer,\u201d Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault Nissan Alliance, said during the opening keynote session of Mobile World Congress 2015. \u201cIt\u2019s going to come in waves.\u201d

Ghosn outlined the Alliance\u2019s timeline for rolling out Autonomous Drive technology over the next several years.  The first wave will come in 2016, with a feature that will allow the car to negotiate stop-and-go traffic without direct driver intervention. 

The second wave, in 2018, will include the car\u2019s ability to drive itself on the highway, including changing lanes. The third wave will feature technology that permits the car to handle more complex city driving autonomously.

In all these cases, Ghosn said, the driver will remain in control at the wheel and have the option to use the technology when appropriate.

One potential hurdle is gaining the necessary regulatory approvals, Ghosn said.  The Alliance is working with governments around the world to get the appropriate regulations in place.

The technology initially will be featured on higher-end Renault and Nissan cars, Ghosn said.

So-called driverless cars are much further into the future, at least 10 years away, he said.  That is due to the many technological, legal, regulatory and security challenges involved in allowing vehicles on the road without a driver.

Recent news that Apple may be working on developing an electric car is \u201crefreshing \u201c in that it confirms EV technology is going mainstream, he said, noting that when the Alliance announced it would introduce mass-market EVs, there were many doubters.

Through January, the Alliance had sold 222,000 EVs worldwide since its first electric car, the Nissan LEAF, was introduced in 2010.  That is more than all other automakers combined.

Ghosn said if more automakers and even outsiders enter the EV market, it\u2019s good for everyone.

\u201cWe don\u2019t consider that other people making electric cars are competitors, we consider them allies,\u201d Ghosn said. \u201cBecause today, the battle is not who is going to have the biggest share of the electric car business, it\u2019s about how many companies are going to join in promoting zero-emission transportation.\u201d

So when other automakers enter the EV segment, \u201cwe\u2019re very happy because they are making the electric car much more credible and they are pushing customers to consider electric cars much more seriously.\u201d

The main obstacles to wider acceptance of EVs are the expansion of the charging infrastructure, developing longer-range and less costly batteries, and bringing the overall price of EVs down, Ghosn said.

The infrastructure is expanding rapidly in some locations around the world, and that will continue to accelerate quickly as restrictions on auto emissions continue to get tighter in the effort to reduce CO2 emissions.

\u201cYou are not going to be able to meet emissions regulations in most countries without zero-emissions technologies,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s impossible.\u201d

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About the Renault-Nissan Alliance                                                                                     

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.

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BARCELONA (March 2, 2015)--Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, met today with His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain, at the Alb\u00e9niz Palace in Barcelona, where they discussed the state of today\u2019s global automotive market, as well as Renault\u2019s future prospects in Spain. Jos\u00e9 Vicente de los Mozos, member of Renault\u2019s Executive Committee, Executive Vice President of Manufacturing & Supply-Chain, and CEO of Renault Spain, also took part in the meeting.

During the meeting Mr. Ghosn emphasized the key role that Spain plays in the Renault-Nissan Alliance\u2019s industrial strategy.

His visit to Spain will also take Mr. Ghosn to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, as well as to Palencia, in the company of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, for a tour of Renault\u2019s manufacturing facility.


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Born in Brazil in March 1954, Carlos Ghosn is a graduate of \u00c9cole Polytechnique and \u00c9cole des Mines in Paris. He joined Michelin in 1978 as manager of the Le Puy plant in France. He became Chief Operating Officer of Michelin\u2019s South American activities based in Brazil before being appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Michelin North America in 1989. He joined Renault as Executive Vice President in 1996. In addition to supervising Renault activities in Mercosur, he was responsible for research, automobile engineering and development, manufacturing, powertrain operations, and purchasing. Mr. Ghosn joined Nissan Motor as Chief Operating Officer in June 1999 and was named Chief Executive Officer in June 2001. CEO of Renault since May 2005, he remains President and CEO of Nissan. He was appointed President and CEO of Renault on May 6, 2009, and reappointed in 2013. In 2013, Mr. Ghosn was elected chairman of AVTOVAZ, Russia\u2019s largest automotive manufacturer. In addition to his leadership roles at Renault, Nissan, the Alliance and AVTOVAZ, Mr. Ghosn is president of the European Automobile Manufacturers\u2019 Association (ACEA) through 2015.


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PARIS (le 4 f\u00e9vrier 2015) \u2014 L'Alliance Renault-Nissan a enregistr\u00e9 un nouveau record de ventes, avec 8 470 610 immatriculations en 2014, dans un contexte de croissance des volumes aux \u00c9tats-Unis et en Europe de l\u2019Ouest.

Pour la cinqui\u00e8me ann\u00e9e cons\u00e9cutive, les ventes sont en progression, avec une croissance de 2,5 % par rapport \u00e0 l'ann\u00e9e pr\u00e9c\u00e9dente. Un v\u00e9hicule sur dix vendu dans le monde sort des usines Renault, Nissan ou AVTOVAZ, premier constructeur automobile de Russie.

\u00ab Une forte demande aux \u00c9tats-Unis, un contexte de  reprise en Europe de l\u2019Ouest et un \u00e9ventail de nouveaux mod\u00e8les attrayants : tous ces facteurs conjugu\u00e9s ont contribu\u00e9 une fois encore \u00e0 une progression des ventes de l\u2019Alliance en 2014 \u00bb annonce Carlos Ghosn, PDG de l'Alliance. \u00ab Nous restons bien positionn\u00e9s et optimistes quant \u00e0 nos projets \u00e0 long terme sur les march\u00e9s \u00e9mergents et ce, malgr\u00e9 le r\u00e9cent d\u00e9clin observ\u00e9 en Russie et au Br\u00e9sil. \u00bb

Renault SAS, troisi\u00e8me constructeur europ\u00e9en, a vendu 2 712 432 v\u00e9hicules \u00e0 travers le monde en 2014, un chiffre  en hausse de 3,2 % par rapport \u00e0 2013. Avec 1 464 611 immatriculations en Europe de l\u2019Ouest, les volumes du Groupe sont en hausse de 12,5% soit une progression deux fois plus importante que celle du march\u00e9. En Europe, la part de march\u00e9 du Groupe Renault atteint le seuil des 10%, en progression de 0,6 points. Dacia est la marque en Europe qui a enregistr\u00e9 la croissance la plus forte, en gagnant 0,4 points de part de march\u00e9.

Impact\u00e9es par les crises \u00e9conomiques sur ses principaux march\u00e9s \u00e9mergents, les ventes du Groupe ont chut\u00e9 de 5,9 % hors Europe de l\u2019Ouest, avec 1 247 821 de v\u00e9hicules vendus. Malgr\u00e9 ce recul, le Groupe  r\u00e9siste avec des parts de march\u00e9 record au Br\u00e9sil et en Russie, respectivement second et troisi\u00e8me march\u00e9s de Renault, apr\u00e8s la France.

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., a vendu 5 310 064 v\u00e9hicules \u00e0 travers le monde, soit une hausse de 4,1 %. Nissan a continu\u00e9 de vendre plus d\u2019un million de v\u00e9hicules dans ses deux march\u00e9s phares, les Etats-Unis et la Chine.

AVTOVAZ, premier constructeur russe, a vendu 448 114 v\u00e9hicules au niveau mondial soit une baisse de 16,3 % par rapport \u00e0 2013, dans un contexte de ralentissement de la croissance \u00e9conomique en Russie. L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan d\u00e9tient une participation majoritaire au capital d\u2019AVTOVAZ, le plus grand constructeur automobile de Russie, via une coentreprise, avec l\u2019entreprise d\u2019\u00c9tat Rostec. AVTOVAZ vend des v\u00e9hicules sous la marque LADA. Un v\u00e9hicule sur trois en Russie a \u00e9t\u00e9 vendu par l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan et AVTOVAZ.

Principaux march\u00e9s de Renault-Nissan

Les pays suivants constituent les 10 premiers march\u00e9s de l'Alliance en 2014 : \u00c9tats-Unis, Chine, Russie, Japon, France, Mexique, Br\u00e9sil, Royaume-Uni, Allemagne et Italie.

En Chine, premier march\u00e9 automobile mondial, Nissan a vendu 1 221 598 v\u00e9hicules, soit une hausse de 0,5 %. Nissan est la marque japonaise num\u00e9ro un en Chine, avec 5,5 % de parts de march\u00e9. En 2016, Renault y d\u00e9butera la production de v\u00e9hicules, en collaboration avec Dongfeng Motor, partenaire historique de Nissan. Cette coentreprise installera \u00e0 Wuhan une usine d\u2019une capacit\u00e9 de production de 150 000 unit\u00e9s par an, qui pourra \u00eatre multipli\u00e9e par deux ult\u00e9rieurement.

Aux \u00c9tats-Unis, Nissan  a enregistr\u00e9 des ventes record, avec 1 386 895 v\u00e9hicules vendus, soit une progression de 11,1 % et se traduisant par une part de march\u00e9 record de 8,4 %. Nissan a notamment affich\u00e9 des ventes records pour ses mod\u00e8les Altima, Rogue, Versa, Juke, NV200 et la Nissan LEAF 100 % \u00e9lectrique.

Malgr\u00e9 le ralentissement \u00e9conomique observ\u00e9 en Russie, l'Alliance, avec son partenaire AVTOVAZ, a enregistr\u00e9 une part de march\u00e9 de 30,7 %, soit une hausse de +1,1 point. AVTOVAZ a vendu 387 307 v\u00e9hicules, affichant ainsi une baisse de 15 %. La part de march\u00e9 d'AVTOVAZ atteint 15,5 %, en baisse de 0,9 point. Avec 194 531 v\u00e9hicules vendus, Renault enregistre une baisse de ses ventes de 7,4 %, mais enregistre une part de march\u00e9 record de 7,9 %, en progression de +0,3 point. Cette r\u00e9ussite s'explique notamment par le succ\u00e8s de son SUV Duster et le lancement r\u00e9ussi de trois nouveaux mod\u00e8les : Nouvelle Logan, Nouvelle Sandero et Sandero Stepway. Nissan a vendu 182 412 v\u00e9hicules, enregistrant ainsi une hausse de 17,7 %. Nissan affiche une part de march\u00e9 de 7,3% en hausse de +1,8.

Au Japon, march\u00e9 national de Nissan, le constructeur a vendu 670 263 v\u00e9hicules, accusant ainsi une baisse de 1,3 %. Nissan maintient ainsi sa part de march\u00e9 \u00e0 12 %.

En France, le march\u00e9 domestique de Renault, la marque a vendu 577 601 v\u00e9hicules, soit 5,5 % de plus que l'ann\u00e9e pr\u00e9c\u00e9dente et atteint une part de march\u00e9 de 26,6 %, en hausse de 1,3 point. En France, Clio est le v\u00e9hicule le plus vendu du march\u00e9 tandis que Captur est le crossover le plus vendu.

Au Mexique, Nissan a enregistr\u00e9 des ventes record, avec 293 204  v\u00e9hicules vendus, en hausse de 10,9 % d\u00e9passant tous les chiffres du secteur. Nissan est la marque num\u00e9ro un au Mexique avec 25,8 % de part de march\u00e9.

Au Br\u00e9sil, Renault a vendu 237 187 v\u00e9hicules, enregistrant ainsi une hausse de 0,3 %. Renault a atteint une part de march\u00e9 record de 7,1 %.

Faits marquants : les v\u00e9hicules z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission 

En 2014, l'Alliance Renault-Nissan a vendu 82 602 v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques, soit une hausse de 24 % par rapport \u00e0 l'ann\u00e9e pr\u00e9c\u00e9dente et d\u00e9tenant ainsi une part de march\u00e9 globale de 56%. Nissan LEAF s'est impos\u00e9e comme la voiture \u00e9lectrique la plus vendue avec 61 507 unit\u00e9s. Renault est la marque ayant vendu le plus de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques en Europe, Twizy compris, avec 17 813 unit\u00e9s.

L'Alliance a vendu 217 365 v\u00e9hicules  \u00e0 travers le monde depuis d\u00e9cembre 2010, date de commercialisation de la Nissan LEAF, premier v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique grand public de l'Alliance. Les march\u00e9s principaux pour Nissan LEAF sont les Etats-Unis avec 72 322 v\u00e9hicules vendus depuis sa commercialisation, le Japon avec 48 641 v\u00e9hicules et l\u2019Europe avec 33 481 v\u00e9hicules. Dans le m\u00eame temps Renault a vendu 56 499 v\u00e9hicules dans le monde depuis le lancement de son premier v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique, le Kangoo Z.E., en octobre 2011.

L'Alliance vend pr\u00e8s d\u2019un v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique sur deux dans le monde incluant le quadricycle urbain Twizy et Nissan e-NV200, utilitaire commercialis\u00e9 en Europe et au Japon depuis 2014.


10 premiers march\u00e9s de l\u2019Alliance

 Pays

Ventes totales

Parts de march\u00e9

\u00c9tats-Unis

1 386 895

8,4 %

Chine

1 255 665

5,7 %

Russie*

764 245

30,7 %

Japon

674 922

12,1 %

France

653 326

30,2 %

Mexique

318 093

28 %

Br\u00e9sil

309 547

9,3 %

Royaume-Uni

259 762

9,3 %

Allemagne

240 181

7,4 %

Italie

184 416

12,5 %

*Y compris AVTOVAZ.


10 premiers march\u00e9s du Groupe Renault

Pays

Ventes totales

Parts de march\u00e9

France

577 601

26,6 %

Br\u00e9sil

237 187

7,1 %

Russie

194 531

7,9 %

Allemagne

173 479

5,3 %

Turquie

133 212

17,4 %

Italie

130 996

8,9 %

Espagne

127 666

13,2 %

Royaume-Uni

109 014

3,9 %

Alg\u00e9rie

91 800

26,9 %

Argentine

84 946

12,9 %


10 premiers march\u00e9s de Nissan

Pays

Ventes totales

Parts de march\u00e9

\u00c9tats-Unis

1 386 895

8,4 %

Chine *

1 221 598

5,5 %

Japon

670 263

12,0 %

Mexique

293 204

25,8 %

Russie

182 412

7,3 %

Royaume-Uni

150 748

5,4 %

Canada

115 445

6,2 %

France

75 725

3,6 %

Br\u00e9sil

72 360

2,2 %

Allemagne

66 702

2,1 %

*Y compris la marque Venucia


\u00c0 propos de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan

L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre le Fran\u00e7ais Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le Japonais Nissan (Yokohama), qui totalisent ensemble 10 % des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, les deux soci\u00e9t\u00e9s ont vendu 8,5 millions de v\u00e9hicules dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2014. Tout comme avec AVTOVAZ, l'Alliance a nou\u00e9 des partenariats strat\u00e9giques avec plusieurs constructeurs automobiles, notamment en Allemagne, avec Daimler, au Japon, avec Mitsubishi, en Chine avec Dongfeng, et en Inde avec Ashok Leyland.

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PARIS (Feb. 4, 2015) \u2014 The Renault-Nissan Alliance sold a record 8,470,610 vehicles in 2014 amid rising sales in the United States and Western Europe.

Sales rose for the fifth straight year, up 2.5 percent compared with the previous year. Together, Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ, Russia\u2019s largest automaker, account for one in 10 cars sold worldwide.

\u201cRobust demand in the United States, the recovery in Western Europe and an array of compelling new models contributed to another year of rising sales for the Alliance in 2014,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Alliance Chairman and CEO. \u201cWe remain well-positioned and optimistic about the long-term prospects in the global growth markets, despite the recent declines in Russia and Brazil.\u201d

Renault SAS, Europe\u2019s third-largest automaker, sold 2,712,432 vehicles worldwide in 2014, up 3.2 percent from 2013. In Western Europe, Renault sales totaled 1,464,611, up 12.5 percent, more than double the overall market. Renault\u2019s market share in Europe reached 10 percent, up 0.6 percentage points. Dacia was Europe\u2019s fastest-growing brand, gaining 0.4 percentage points of market share.

Renault sales outside Western Europe fell 5.9 percent to 1,247,821 vehicles due to the economic slowdown in many of its markets. Despite the slowdown, Renault posted its highest market share ever in Brazil and Russia, its second and third largest markets after France.

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., sold a record 5,310,064 cars and trucks worldwide, up 4.1 percent.  Nissan continued to sell more than 1 million vehicles in its two largest markets, the United States and China.

AVTOVAZ sold 448,114 vehicles, down 16.3 percent due to the overall market slowdown in Russia. The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in AVTOVAZ, which sells cars under the LADA brand, through a joint venture with state corporation Rostec. Together, the Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ sell about one in three cars in Russia.

Renault-Nissan market highlights

The Alliance\u2019s top 10 markets in 2014 were the United States, China, Russia, Japan, France, Mexico, Brazil, UK, Germany and Italy.

In China, the world\u2019s largest auto market, Nissan, through its local partner Dongfeng Motor, sold 1,221,598 vehicles, up 0.5 percent. Nissan is the leading Japanese carmaker in China with a 5.5 percent market share. In 2016, Renault will start producing vehicles in China with Nissan\u2019s long-term partner Dongfeng Motor. The new joint venture plant in Wuhan will have an initial production capacity of 150,000 vehicles a year, with the potential to double that figure in the future.

In the United States, Nissan sold a record 1,386,895 vehicles, up 11.1 percent, resulting in a record market share of 8.4 percent. Nissan also set annual sales records for Altima, Rogue, Versa, Juke, NV200 and the 100 percent electric Nissan LEAF.

Despite the economic downturn in Russia, the Alliance posted a market share of 30.7 percent, up 1.1 percentage points. AVTOVAZ sold 387,307 vehicles in Russia, down 15 percent. AVTOVAZ\u2019s market share stood at 15.5 percent, down 0.9 percentage points. Renault sold 194,531 vehicles, down 7.4 percent, but its market share grew to a record 7.9 percent, up 0.3 percentage points, thanks to the success of the Duster SUV and the successful launch of three new models: New Logan, New Sandero and Sandero Stepway. Nissan sold 182,412 vehicles, up 17.7 percent. Nissan held a market share of 7.3 percent, up 1.8 percentage points.

In Japan, Nissan\u2019s home market, Nissan sold 670,263 vehicles, down 1.3 percent. Nissan\u2019s market share stood at 12 percent.

In France, Renault\u2019s home market, Renault sold 577,601 vehicles, up 5.5 percent. Its market share totaled 26.6 percent, up 1.3 percentage points. Clio was the best-selling car in the market, while Captur was the best-selling crossover.

In Mexico, Nissan posted record sales of 293,204 vehicles, up 10.9 percent, outpacing the overall industry. Nissan is the number one brand in Mexico with a market share of 25.8 percent.

In Brazil, Renault sold 237,187 vehicles, up 0.3 percent. Renault\u2019s market share stood at a record 7.1 percent.

Zero-emission highlights  

The Renault-Nissan Alliance sold 82,602 electric vehicles in 2014, up 24 percent compared with previous year, giving it a global market share of 56 percent. Nissan LEAF was the world\u2019s best-selling EV with 61,507 sales, while Renault led in Europe with 17,813 sales.

The Alliance has sold a cumulative 217,365 electric vehicles worldwide since December 2010, when Nissan LEAF \u2013 the first mass-marketed Alliance EV - went on sale. The top markets for Nissan LEAF are the United States with 72,322 vehicles sold since its launch, Japan with 48,641 sales and Europe with 33,481 sales. Meanwhile, Renault has sold a cumulative 56,499 electric vehicles worldwide since its first EV, the Kangoo Z.E., went on sale in October 2011.

The Alliance sells about one out of two electric vehicles worldwide, including Twizy, Renault\u2019s two-seater urban commuter vehicle and the Nissan e-NV200 van on sale in Europe and Japan since 2014.


Top 10 Alliance Markets

 Country

Total Sales

Market Share

U.S.

1,386,895

8.4%

China

1,255,665

5.7%

Russia*

764,245

30.7%

Japan

674,922

12.1%

France

653,326

30.2%

Mexico

318,093

28%

Brazil

309,547

9.3%

UK

259,762

9.3%

Germany

240,181

7.4%

Italy

184,416

12.5%

*Including AVTOVAZ


Top 10 Renault Markets

Country

Total Sales

Market Share

France

577,601

26.6%

Brazil

237,187

7.1%

Russia

194,531

7.9%

Germany

173,479

5.3%

Turkey

133,212

17.4%

Italy

130,996

8.9%

Spain

127,666

13.2%

UK

109,014

3.9%

Algeria

91,800

26.9%

Argentina

84,946

12.9%


Top 10 Nissan Markets

Country

Total Sales

Market Share

U.S.

1,386,895

8.4%

China*

1,221,598

5.5%

Japan

670,263

12.0%

Mexico

293,204

25.8%

Russia

182,412

7.3%

UK

150,748

5.4%

Canada

115,445

6.2%

France

75,725

3.6%

Brazil

72,360

2.2%

Germany

66,702

2.1%

 *Including Venucia brand


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance                                                                                     

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.5 million vehicles in nearly 200 countries in 2014. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, Japan\u2019s Mitsubishi, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland.

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TOGLIATTI (12 d\u00e9cembre 2014) \u2013 Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co.Ltd. et AVTOVAZ fusionnent leurs activit\u00e9s d'achat en Russie  \u00e0 compter de janvier 2015.

La nouvelle entit\u00e9 ainsi cr\u00e9\u00e9e est d\u00e9nomm\u00e9e AVTOVAZ-RENAULT-NISSAN Purchasing Organization (ou ARNPO). Elle assurera toutes les activit\u00e9s d'achat des trois partenaires en Russie, dans le respect des normes internationales appliqu\u00e9es par Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO). Cr\u00e9\u00e9e en 2001, la structure RNPO est charg\u00e9e de l'ensemble des achats de Renault et de Nissan \u00e0 l'\u00e9chelle mondiale. C'est le plus important contributeur aux synergies de l'Alliance Renault-Nissan.

ARNPO va reprendre les activit\u00e9s de L\u2019Organisation commune d'achat (CPO), d\u00e9tenue conjointement et cr\u00e9\u00e9e par  RNPO et AVTOVAZ en septembre 2013 pour la gestion des achats des projets communs des trois entit\u00e9s en Russie. CPO est devenue une filiale de RNPO. Ceci r\u00e9sulte de l\u2019acquisition par RNPO de la participation d\u2019AVTOVAZ au capital de CPO \u00e0 hauteur de 49% ramenant sa participation totale \u00e0 99% du capital de CPO.

Cette augmentation de la participation de RNPO au capital de CPO a \u00e9t\u00e9 approuv\u00e9e par l'autorit\u00e9 russe charg\u00e9e de la concurrence (Federal Anti-monopoly Service ou FAS). A compter de janvier 2015, l\u2019Organisation commune d\u2019achat (CPO) prendra le nom d\u2019AVTOVAZ-RENAULT-NISSAN Purchasing Organization (ARNPO). La nouvelle entit\u00e9 int\u00e9grera \u00e9galement les services d'achat des trois partenaires en Russie.

DERNI\u00c8RE \u00c9TAPE EN DATE DANS LE RENFORCEMENT DU PARTENARIAT ENTRE L'ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN ET AVTOVAZ
La cr\u00e9ation d'ARNPO marque la derni\u00e8re \u00e9tape en date du partenariat de plus en plus \u00e9troit entre les trois entreprises. Celui-ci remonte \u00e0 2008, ann\u00e9e o\u00f9 Renault est entr\u00e9 \u00e0 hauteur de 25% dans le capital du plus important constructeur automobile de Russie. L'Alliance Renault-Nissan d\u00e9tient aujourd'hui 67,13% des parts de la joint-venture qui contr\u00f4le AVTOVAZ. Ensemble ils fabriquent des v\u00e9hicules dans l\u2019usine de Togliatti, l\u2019une des plus grandes usines automobiles au monde, pour les quatre marques LADA, Renault, Nissan et Datsun.

Fort du volume d'achat combin\u00e9 de Renault, Nissan et AVTOVAZ, ARNPO sera l\u2019acheteur le plus important de l'industrie automobile en Russie et permettra de renforcer l'int\u00e9gration d'AVTOVAZ dans le secteur automobile mondial. 

ARNPO sera principalement en charge :

ARNPO sera organis\u00e9 sous la forme d'une soci\u00e9t\u00e9 \u00e0 responsabilit\u00e9 limit\u00e9e dont le si\u00e8ge social sera bas\u00e9  \u00e0 Togliatti, avec des antennes \u00e0 Moscou, Ijevsk et Saint-P\u00e9tersbourg. M. Venkatram Mamillapalle, vice-pr\u00e9sident d'AVTOVAZ charg\u00e9 des achats, sera nomm\u00e9 directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral d'ARNPO en janvier prochain. La nouvelle structure comprendra des collaborateurs issus des services de Renault, de Nissan et d'AVTOVAZ en Russie. 

Pour acc\u00e9der \u00e0 la biographie et la photo de Mamillapalles, merci de bien vouloir cliquer ici :
http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5322


\u00c0 propos de l'Alliance Renault-Nissan
L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge social est \u00e0 Paris) et le Japonais Nissan (dont le si\u00e8ge social est \u00e0 Yokohama) et produisant un v\u00e9hicule sur 10 vendu dans le monde.  Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, Renault et Nissan ont vendu 8,3 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2013. L'Alliance a \u00e9galement des accords de collaboration strat\u00e9gique avec divers constructeurs, comme l'Allemand Daimler, le Chinois Dong Feng ou l\u2019Indien Ashok Leyland. L\u2019Alliance  d\u00e9tient en outre une participation majoritaire dans l'entreprise conjointe  propri\u00e9taire du premier constructeur russe AVTOVAZ.




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\u00c0 propos d'AVTOVAZ
AVTOVAZ est le plus important constructeur automobile en Russie et fabricant des mod\u00e8les de la marque LADA. AVTOVAZ a des usines de fabrication \u00e0 Togliati et Izhevs cumulant une capacit\u00e9 de production de plus de 1 million de v\u00e9hicules par an. AVTOVAZ est un constructeur multimarques fabriquant des v\u00e9hicules  Renault, Nissan, Datsun et LADA. AVTOVAZ emploie \u00e0 ce jour environ 52 000 personnes. Depuis 1970 AVTOVAZ a fabriqu\u00e9 plus de 28 millions de v\u00e9hicules LADA et b\u00e9n\u00e9ficie d\u2019un r\u00e9seau de 400 concessionnaires LADA.



CONTACTS:

Contacts :

Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

Oxana Nazarova
Alliance Russia
+7(495) 775 40 00
oxana.nazarova@renault.com

Vladimir Stepanov
AVTOVAZ
+7 (8482) 73-7171
press@vaz.ru






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Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

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Alliance Russia
+7(495) 775 40 00
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AVTOVAZ
+7 (8482) 73-7171
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TOGLIATTI, Russia (Dec. 15, 2014) \u2013 Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and AVTOVAZ will merge their purchasing activities in Russia, effective January 2015.

The new AVTOVAZ-RENAULT-NISSAN Purchasing Organization, or ARNPO, will manage the purchasing activities of all three partners in Russia under the international standards of the Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO). Established in 2001, RNPO handles all purchasing activities of Renault and Nissan worldwide and is the biggest contributor to Renault-Nissan synergies.

ARNPO will take over the activities of Common Purchasing Organization (CPO), an equally-owned company established by RNPO and AVTOVAZ in September 2013 to manage purchases for the three companies\u2019 joint projects in Russia. CPO recently became an affiliate of RNPO following RNPO\u2019s purchase of a 49% stake in CPO from AVTOVAZ. RNPO\u2019s stake in CPO now stands at 99%. RNPO\u2019s share increase in CPO was approved by Russia\u2019s Federal Anti-monopoly Service. In January, CPO will change its name to AVTOVAZ-RENAULT-NISSAN Purchasing Organization (ARNPO) and integrate the individual purchasing departments of the three partners in Russia.

LATEST MILESTONE IN RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE & AVTOVAZ PARTNERSHIP
The establishment of ARNPO marks the latest milestone in the deepening partnership among the three companies, which began in 2008 when Renault took a 25% stake in Russia\u2019s largest automaker. Today, the Renault-Nissan Alliance owns a 67.13% stake in the joint-venture which controls AVTOVAZ. Together they produce vehicles at the Togliatti plant, one of the world\u2019s largest auto plants, under four brands: LADA, Renault, Nissan and Datsun.

Thanks to the combined purchasing volume of Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ, ARNPO will become the largest buyer in Russia\u2019s auto industry and will help integrate AVTOVAZ further into the global industry. 

ARNPO\u2019s main responsibilities will include:

ARNPO will be structured as a limited liability company headquartered in Togliatti, with branches in Moscow, Izhevsk and St. Petersburg. Venkatram Mamillapalle, purchasing vice president of AVTOVAZ, will be appointed general director of ARNPO in January 2015. The new structure will integrate employees from Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ in Russia. 

For Mamillapalle\u2019s photo and bio, click here: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5322

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and has a majority stake in the joint venture which owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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About AVTOVAZ
AVTOVAZ is Russia\u2019s largest automaker and maker of the iconic LADA model. The company has manufacturing plants in Togliatti and Izhevsk with a combined production capacity of one million units per year. AVTOVAZ is a multibrand manufacturer and builds Renault, Nissan, Datsun and LADA cars. AVTOVAZ employs around 52,000 people and has manufactured more than 28 million LADAs since 1970. AVTOVAZ has a network of 400 official LADA dealers.

www.lada-auto.ru


CONTACTS:

Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

Oxana Nazarova
Alliance Russia
+7(495) 775 40 00
oxana.nazarova@renault.com

Vladimir Stepanov
AVTOVAZ
+7 (8482) 73-7171
press@vaz.ru


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Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

Oxana Nazarova
Alliance Russia
+7(495) 775 40 00
oxana.nazarova@renault.com

Vladimir Stepanov
AVTOVAZ
+7 (8482) 73-7171
press@vaz.ru


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (Dec. 12, 2014)\u2014 Yasuhiro Yamauchi has been appointed Alliance Executive Vice President, Purchasing and Chairman & Managing Director of Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO), effective  Jan. 1, 2015. Yamauchi replaces Christian Vandenhende who is appointed Executive Vice President, Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction, Renault.
Yamauchi, currently Alliance Global Vice President, Purchasing & Deputy Managing Director of RNPO, will report toThierry Bollor\u00e9, Chief Competitive Officer, Renault, and Hiroto Saikawa, Chief Competitive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., in his new position.

V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte, currently Alliance Global Director, Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization Body & Electrical, will succeed Yamauchi as Alliance Global Senior Vice President, Purchasing & Deputy Managing Director of RNPO. She will become a member of the Renault Management Committee and will report to Yamauchi.

Purchasing is one of four key business functions that Renault and Nissan convergence on April 1, 2014 in order to boost efficiency and synergies. The other converged functions are Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, and Human Resources. The convergence of the four functions is expected to help the 15-year-old Alliance achieve at least \u20ac4.3 billion in annualized synergies by 2016, up from \u20ac2.9 billion in 2013.

Related bios and photos available here: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5317

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and has a majority stake in the joint venture which owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com
www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


Contacts:

Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

Alejandra Kaufman
Renault
+33 (0)1 76 89 78 78
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com                

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)50-3804-7199
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com


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Renault
+33 (0)1 76 89 78 78
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com               


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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)50-3804-7199
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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (12 d\u00e9cembre 2014) \u2013 Monsieur Yasuhiro Yamauchi est nomm\u00e9 Directeur des Achats de l\u2019Alliance et Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur-G\u00e9n\u00e9ral de Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO) \u00e0 compter du 1er Janvier 2015. Monsieur Yamauchi remplace Monsieur Christian Vandenhende qui est nomm\u00e9 Directeur de la Qualit\u00e9 et de la Satisfaction Client.

Dans le cadre de ses nouvelles fonctions, Monsieur Yasuhiro Yamauchi, jusqu\u2019\u00e0 pr\u00e9sent Directeur Adjoint des Achats de l\u2019Alliance et Directeur G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Adjoint de RNPO, rapportera \u00e0 Monsieur  Thierry Bollor\u00e9, Directeur D\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9 \u00e0 la Comp\u00e9titivit\u00e9 de Renault et \u00e0 Monsieur Hiroto Saikawa, Directeur D\u00e9l\u00e9gu\u00e9 \u00e0 la Comp\u00e9titivit\u00e9 de Nissan.

Madame V\u00e9ronique Sarlat-Depotte jusqu\u2019\u00e0 pr\u00e9sent Alliance Global Director, Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization Body & Electrical, remplace Monsieur Yasuhiro Yamauchi  \u00e0 la fonction de Directeur Adjoint des Achats de l\u2019Alliance et Directeur General Adjoint de RNPO. Elle devient membre du Comit\u00e9 de Direction de Renault (CDR) et rapporte directement \u00e0 Monsieur Yasuhiro Yamauchi.

Les achats constituent l'une des quatre grandes fonctions concern\u00e9es par le mouvement de convergence mis en place par Renault et Nissan le 1er avril 2014 afin d'am\u00e9liorer la productivit\u00e9 et les synergies entre les deux entit\u00e9s. Les autres fonctions sont l'Ing\u00e9nierie, la Fabrication et la Logistique et les Ressources humaines. La convergence de ces quatre fonctions devrait permettre \u00e0 l'Alliance, qui existe depuis maintenant 15 ans, de r\u00e9aliser au moins 4,3 milliards d'euros de synergies annualis\u00e9es d'ici 2016, contre 2,9 milliards en 2013.

Biographies et photos :

http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5317

\u00c0 propos de l'Alliance Renault-Nissan
L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique \u00e9tabli entre Renault (dont le si\u00e8ge est \u00e0 Paris) et le Japonais Nissan (Yokohama). L\u2019Alliance vend 10% des voitures commercialis\u00e9es dans le monde. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, Renault et Nissan ont vendu 8,3 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2013. L'Alliance a \u00e9galement des accords de collaboration strat\u00e9giques avec divers constructeurs, comme l'Allemand Daimler, le Chinois Dong Feng ou l\u2019Indien Ashok Leyland. Elle d\u00e9tient en outre une participation majoritaire dans l'entreprise conjointe qui est propri\u00e9taire du premier constructeur russe AVTOVAZ.

www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com
www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


Contacts:

Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault-nissan.com

Alejandra Kaufman
Renault
+33 (0)1 76 89 78 78
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com                

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)50-3804-7199
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
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Alejandra Kaufman
Renault
+33 (0)1 76 89 78 78
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com               



Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)50-3804-7199
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (Nov. 26, 2014)\u2014The Renault-Nissan Alliance has sold its 200,000th electric vehicle and has a leading 58% market share for zero-emission cars.

Together, Renault and Nissan EVs have driven approximately 4 billion zero-emission kilometers \u2013 enough to circle the earth 100,000 times. Renault-Nissan\u2019s EVs represent 200 million liters of fuel saved \u2013 enough to fill about 80 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Alliance EVs also represent 450 million kg of CO2 that has not been emitted while driving.

The Alliance sold its 200,000th EV in early November, about four years after the launch of the Nissan LEAF, the world\u2019s first mass-market electric vehicle. Nissan LEAF remains the best-selling electric vehicle in history.

From January through the first week of November of this year, the Alliance has sold about 66,500 units\u2014an increase of about 20% from the same period last year. The Alliance sells about two out of three electric vehicles worldwide, including Twizy, Renault\u2019s two-seater urban commuter vehicle and the Nissan e-NV200 van on sale in Europe and Japan.

\u201cRenault and Nissan\u2019s electric vehicles are the zero-emission volume leaders \u2013 and, most important, they enjoy high satisfaction rates from customers around the world,\u201d said Carlos Ghosn, Chairman & CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. \u201cBased on positive owner feedback and the increasing demand for cars that run on renewable energy, it\u2019s no surprise that EV sales are accelerating \u2013 particularly in regions where charging infrastructure is well developed.\u201d 

To capture what the first 200,000 consumers love about their electric vehicles, the Renault-Nissan Alliance is launching a series of videos featuring EV owners on three continents. \u201cI Made the Switch\u201d tells why people bought their electric vehicles and how switching to a zero-emission vehicle has changed their lives. The first video features Chris Beers, a software engineer from Holliston, Massachusetts, USA, one of many Americans who powers his Nissan LEAF with clean solar energy. To see the video, click here: www.multivu.com/players/English/7381531-renault-nissan-electric-vehicle-sales/

USA and Japan lead the world in EV ownership

In the United States, the Alliance\u2019s biggest electric vehicle market, there are more than 750 quick chargers in operation. Nissan is working with its dealers and charging partners to increase that number to 1,100 by mid-2015. The quick chargers are able to charge a LEAF from zero to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.

This year, Nissan also launched its \u201cNo Charge to Charge\u201d program, which provides free access to selected charging stations for two years with the purchase or lease of a new Nissan LEAF. \u201cNo Charge to Charge\u201d is currently active in 12 U.S. markets, and Nissan plans to expand to additional markets by mid-2015.

In Japan, the Alliance\u2019s second-biggest EV market, there are more than 2,900 quick chargers in operation. Nissan and Japan\u2019s three other top automakers have pledged to work together to raise that number to 6,000 by March 2015.

In Europe, the UK is the most advanced market in terms of electric vehicle infrastructure. Today, the quick charging network already covers 87% of the UK\u2019s motorways.

Nissan LEAF is the world\u2019s best-selling electric vehicle; Renault led in Europe in October

With six electric vehicle models on the road, the Renault-Nissan Alliance is the only global car group with a full range of 100% electric vehicles \u2013 and they can be fully charged with purely renewable energy.

Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan has sold a cumulative 148,700 units worldwide since December 2010, when Nissan LEAF went on sale. Nissan LEAF has collected industry honors including the 2011 World Car of the Year, European Car of the Year 2011 and Car of the Year Japan 2011-2012.The electric vehicle has the highest global customer satisfaction rate for any Nissan vehicle ever.

The top markets for Nissan LEAF are the United States with about 67,000 sales since its launch, Japan with about 46,500 units and Europe with about 31,000  units.

In the United States, LEAF is on track to be the top electric vehicle in 2014, outselling all other electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. Sales so far this year are up 35%, and Nissan LEAF has enjoyed 21 consecutive record sales months and has already shattered its own yearly U.S. sales record with two months to go. In addition to LEAF, Nissan also sells the e-NV200 van, which went on sale in Europe in June and in Japan in October.

Meanwhile, Boulogne-Billancourt, France-based Renault has sold a cumulative 51,500 electric vehicles worldwide since its first model the Kangoo Z.E. went on sale in October 2011. Kangoo Z.E. was voted International Van of the Year 2012. Renault recently delivered its 5,000th Kangoo Z.E. to La Poste, France\u2019s national postal service and operator of the country\u2019s largest corporate fleet. An additional 5,000 units will be delivered in the coming years.

In addition to Kangoo Z.E. and Twizy, Renault\u2019s zero-emission range also includes the ZOE subcompact and the Fluence Z.E. sedan. In South Korea, the Fluence Z.E. is sold as the SM3 Z.E. under the Renault Samsung Motor badge. Like Nissan LEAF, ZOE enjoys the highest satisfaction rate of Renault\u2019s global product lineup. 

Renault\u2019s top markets in Europe - its main electric vehicle market - are France, Germany and the United Kingdom. In October, Renault regained the number one EV position in Europe with a market share of 31%. ZOE was the most popular vehicle with a 23% market share.

Note to editor: The zero-emission distance and CO2 data are based on a calculated average.  


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and has a majority stake in the joint venture which owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

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Contacts:

Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 45 51 50 30
helene.mazier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45-523-5549
akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 45 51 50 30
helene.mazier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45-523-5549
akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp


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\u25cf Les v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan ont roul\u00e9 4 milliards de kilom\u00e8tres et leur part de march\u00e9 repr\u00e9sente  58% du march\u00e9 mondial des v\u00e9hicules z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission

\u25cf La Nissan LEAF reste le v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique le plus vendu de tous les temps ; Renault a \u00e9t\u00e9 en t\u00eate des ventes de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques en Europe le mois dernier

\u25cf L\u2019Alliance lance une s\u00e9rie de vid\u00e9os mensuelles pr\u00e9sentant des propri\u00e9taires de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques du monde entier qui partagent leur exp\u00e9rience personnelle de l\u2019utilisation d\u2019une voiture z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission

PARIS/YOKOHAMA (26 nov. 2014) \u2013 L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan a vendu son 200000\u00e8me v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique et est leader en part de march\u00e9 avec 58% du march\u00e9 des v\u00e9hicules  z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission.

Ensemble, les VE de Renault et Nissan ont accumul\u00e9 environ 4 milliards de kilom\u00e8tres  en mode z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission \u2013 suffisamment pour faire 100000 fois le tour de la Terre. Les VE de Renault-Nissan ont permis une \u00e9conomie de 200 millions de litres de carburant \u2013 assez pour remplir environ 80 piscines olympiques. Les VE de l\u2019Alliance repr\u00e9sentent par ailleurs 450 millions de kg de CO2 non \u00e9mis par des v\u00e9hicules traditionnels *.

L\u2019Alliance a vendu son 200 000\u00e8me VE au d\u00e9but du mois de novembre, pr\u00e8s de quatre ans apr\u00e8s le lancement de la Nissan LEAF, premier v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique grand public au monde. La Nissan LEAF reste le v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique le plus vendu de tous les temps.

Entre janvier et la premi\u00e8re semaine du mois de Novembre de cette ann\u00e9e, l\u2019Alliance a vendu environ 66 500 unit\u00e9s \u2013 soit une augmentation de pr\u00e8s de 20% par rapport \u00e0 l\u2019an dernier, \u00e0 la m\u00eame \u00e9poque. L\u2019Alliance vend pr\u00e8s de deux v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques sur trois dans le monde, en incluant Twizy, le quadricycle urbain bi-place de Renault, et l\u2019utilitaire Nissan e-NV200 disponible \u00e0 la vente en Europe et au Japon.

\u00ab Les v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques Renault et Nissan sont les leaders en volume des v\u00e9hicules \u00e0 z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission \u2013 et, surtout, ils profitent d\u2019un fort taux de satisfaction de la part de notre client\u00e8le dans le monde entier, \u00bb a d\u00e9clar\u00e9 le Pr\u00e9sident-Directeur g\u00e9n\u00e9ral de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan, Carlos Ghosn. \u00ab Au vu des r\u00e9actions positives des propri\u00e9taires et de l\u2019accroissement de la demande pour des voitures fonctionnant \u00e0 l\u2019\u00e9nergie renouvelable, il n\u2019est pas surprenant que les ventes d\u2019EV s\u2019acc\u00e9l\u00e8rent -- sp\u00e9cialement dans des r\u00e9gions o\u00f9 les infrastructures de recharge sont bien d\u00e9velopp\u00e9es. \u00bb

Pour comprendre ce qui enthousiasme les premiers 200000 consommateurs \u00e0 propos de leurs v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques, l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan lance en ce moment une s\u00e9rie de vid\u00e9os mettant en sc\u00e8ne  des propri\u00e9taires de VE sur trois continents. \u00ab I made the Switch \u00bb  relate pourquoi ces gens ont acquis leur VE et comment ce passage \u00e0 un v\u00e9hicule \u00e0 z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission a chang\u00e9 leur vie. La premi\u00e8re vid\u00e9o pr\u00e9sente Chris Beers, un ing\u00e9nieur en informatique d\u2019Holliston, dans le Massachusetts, aux Etats-Unis, qui fait partie des nombreux am\u00e9ricains chargeant leur Nissan LEAF \u00e0 l\u2019\u00e9nergie solaire, une \u00e9nergie propre. Pour voir

cette vid\u00e9o, cliquer ici : www.multivu.com/players/English/7381531-renault-nissan-electric-vehicle-sales/


Les Etats-Unis et le Japon comptent le plus grand nombre de propri\u00e9taires de VE

Aux Etats-Unis, le plus important march\u00e9 de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques de l\u2019Alliance, il existe plus de 750 bornes de recharge rapide en service. Nissan travaille avec ses concessionnaires et ses partenaires dans le secteur des recharges afin de porter ce chiffre \u00e0 1100 d\u2019ici le milieu de l\u2019ann\u00e9e 2015. Les bornes de recharge rapide sont capables de charger une LEAF de 0 \u00e0 80% de capacit\u00e9, en 30 minutes environ.

Cette ann\u00e9e, Nissan a \u00e9galement lanc\u00e9 son programme \u00ab No Charge to Charge \u00bb qui offre un acc\u00e8s gratuit \u00e0 des bornes de recharge d\u00e9termin\u00e9es pendant deux ans, avec l\u2019achat ou la location d\u2019une nouvelle Nissan LEAF. L\u2019op\u00e9ration \u00ab No Charge to Charge \u00bb est en cours sur 12 march\u00e9s am\u00e9ricains, et Nissan pr\u00e9voit de l\u2019\u00e9tendre \u00e0 13 march\u00e9s suppl\u00e9mentaires d\u2019ici le milieu de l\u2019ann\u00e9e 2015.

Au Japon, le deuxi\u00e8me plus gros march\u00e9 de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques de l\u2019Alliance, il existe plus de 2900 bornes de recharge rapide en service. Nissan et les trois autres plus importants constructeurs automobiles japonais se sont engag\u00e9s \u00e0 coop\u00e9rer pour porter ce chiffre \u00e0 6000 d\u2019ici mars 2015.

En Europe, le Royaume-Uni est le march\u00e9 le plus d\u00e9velopp\u00e9 en termes d\u2019infrastructures pour v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques. A ce jour, le r\u00e9seau de bornes de recharge rapide couvre d\u00e9j\u00e0 87% des autoroutes britanniques.

Nissan LEAF est la meilleure vente des v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques au niveau mondial ; en Europe, Renault a occup\u00e9 la premi\u00e8re place des ventes de V\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques en octobre.

Avec six mod\u00e8les de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques sur les routes, l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est le seul groupe automobile mondial dot\u00e9 d\u2019une gamme compl\u00e8te de v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques \u00e0 100% - et ceux-ci peuvent \u00eatre recharg\u00e9s avec des \u00e9nergies strictement renouvelables.

Les ventes totales de Nissan, bas\u00e9 \u00e0 Yokohama au Japon, ont atteint 148700 unit\u00e9s dans le monde, depuis d\u00e9cembre 2010, date de la mise sur le march\u00e9 de  Nissan LEAF. Nissan LEAF s\u2019est vue r\u00e9compens\u00e9e par le secteur en \u00e9tant sacr\u00e9e notamment Voiture de l\u2019Ann\u00e9e 2011 au niveau Mondial, Voiture Europ\u00e9enne de l\u2019Ann\u00e9e 2011 et Voiture Japonaise de l\u2019Ann\u00e9e 2011-2012. Ce v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique conna\u00eet le taux de satisfaction client le plus haut jamais enregistr\u00e9 pour un produit Nissan.

Les principaux march\u00e9s pour Nissan LEAF sont les Etats-Unis avec environ 67000 ventes depuis son lancement, le Japon avec environ 46500 unit\u00e9s et l\u2019Europe avec environ 31000 unit\u00e9s.

Aux Etats-Unis, la LEAF est en passe de devenir le premier v\u00e9hicule \u00e9lectrique de l\u2019ann\u00e9e 2014, ses ventes d\u00e9passant tous les autres v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques et hybrides rechargeables. Cette ann\u00e9e, les ventes sont en hausse de 35% \u00e0 ce jour, et la Nissan LEAF a \u00e9tabli 21 records cons\u00e9cutifs de ventes mensuelles et fait exploser ses propres records de ventes am\u00e9ricaines annuelles, alors qu\u2019il reste encore deux mois avant la fin de l\u2019ann\u00e9e. Outre la LEAF, Nissan commercialise \u00e9galement l\u2019utilitairee-NV200 qui a \u00e9t\u00e9 mis sur le march\u00e9 europ\u00e9en en juin et sur le march\u00e9 japonais en octobre.

Dans le m\u00eame temps, Renault, bas\u00e9 \u00e0 Paris, a vendu un total de 51500 v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques dans le monde, depuis que son premier mod\u00e8le, le Kangoo Z.E., a \u00e9t\u00e9 mis sur le march\u00e9 en octobre 2011. Kangoo Z.E. a \u00e9t\u00e9 \u00e9lu V\u00e9hicule Utilitaire de l\u2019Ann\u00e9e 2012. Renault a r\u00e9cemment livr\u00e9 son 5000\u00e8me Kangoo Z.E. \u00e0 La Poste, le service postal national fran\u00e7ais, qui poss\u00e8de la plus grosse flotte de v\u00e9hicules de soci\u00e9t\u00e9 du pays. Au cours des ann\u00e9es \u00e0 venir, 5000 unit\u00e9s suppl\u00e9mentaires seront livr\u00e9es.

Hormis Kangoo Z.E. et Twizy, la gamme de v\u00e9hicules  z\u00e9ro \u00e9mission de Renault comprend \u00e9galement la berline compacte ZOE et la berline Fluence Z.E.. En Cor\u00e9e du Sud, la Fluence Z.E. correspond \u00e0 la SM3 Z.E. qui est vendue sous la marque Renault Samsung Motors. Tout comme Nissan LEAF, ZOE b\u00e9n\u00e9ficie du plus fort taux de satisfaction de la gamme Renault.

Les plus importants march\u00e9s de Renault en Europe \u2013 son principal march\u00e9 pour les v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques \u2013 sont la France, l\u2019Allemagne et le Royaume-Uni. En octobre,  Renault a retrouv\u00e9 sa premi\u00e8re place dans le classement de vente des v\u00e9hicules \u00e9lectriques en Europe avec une part de march\u00e9 de 31% \u2013 ZOE \u00e9tant le v\u00e9hicule le plus populaire avec 23% de parts de march\u00e9.


A propos de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan
L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique entre l\u2019entreprise Renault, bas\u00e9e \u00e0 Paris, et l\u2019entreprise Nissan, bas\u00e9e \u00e0 Yokohama au Japon, qui vendent \u00e0 elles deux une voiture sur dix dans le monde. Ces soci\u00e9t\u00e9s, partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, ont vendu 8,3 millions de voitures dans pr\u00e8s de 200 pays en 2013. L\u2019Alliance a \u00e9galement mis en place des coop\u00e9rations strat\u00e9giques avec des constructeurs automobiles, dont Daimler en Allemagne, Dongfeng en Chine et Ashok Leyland en Inde, et elle poss\u00e8de une participation majoritaire dans l\u2019entreprise commune propri\u00e9taire du premier constructeur automobile russe, AVTOVAZ.

www.media.renault.com
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Contacts :

Mia Nielsen
Alliance Renault-Nissan
+33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (6) 33 6 45515030
helene.mazier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45-523-5549
akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Mia Nielsen
Alliance Renault-Nissan
+33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com


H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (6) 33 6 45515030
helene.mazier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45-523-5549
akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp


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PARIS/YOKOHAMA (26. Nov. 2014)\u2014Die Renault-Nissan Allianz hat ihr 200.000. Fahrzeug verkauft und h\u00e4lt 58 Prozent Marktanteil im weltweiten Markt der Zero-Emission-Fahrzeuge.

Elektrofahrzeuge von Renault und Nissan haben zusammen rund vier Milliarden Kilometer zur\u00fcckgelegt, das entspricht einer Strecke von 100.000 Erdumrundungen. Die Elektrofahrzeuge von Renault-Nissan haben dabei 200 Millionen Liter Kraftstoff eingespart, eine Menge, die 80 Schwimmb\u00e4der olympischen Ausma\u00dfes f\u00fcllen k\u00f6nnte. Dar\u00fcber hinaus sinkt durch die Elektroautos der Allianz der CO2-Aussto\u00df um 450.000 Tonnen*.

Die Allianz hat ihr 200.000. Fahrzeug im November rund vier Jahre nach der Vorstellung des ersten Gro\u00dfserien-Elektromodells Nissan LEAF verkauft. Der Nissan LEAF ist auch heute noch das meistverkaufte Elektrofahrzeug aller Zeiten.

Von Januar bis Anfang November hat die Allianz 66.500 Einheiten verkauft, was einem Anstieg von 20 Prozent gegen\u00fcber dem Vergleichszeitraum im Vorjahr entspricht. Zwei von drei weltweit verkauften Elektrofahrzeugen kommen von der Allianz, darunter auch der Twizy, Renaults zweisitziger Stadtwagen und der in Europa und Japan angebotene Lieferwagen Nissan e-NV200. 

\u201eDie Elektroautos von Renault und Nissan sind f\u00fchrend im Markt der Zero-Emissions-Fahrzeuge und \u2013 wichtiger noch \u2013 erzielen hohe Zufriedenheitsraten von Kunden in der ganzen Welt\u201c, sagt Carlos Ghosn, Chairman und CEO der Renault-Nissan Allianz. \u201eIm Hinblick auf die positiven Kundenreaktionen und die stetig steigende Nachfrage nach Fahrzeugen, die von erneuerbaren Energien angetrieben werden k\u00f6nnen, \u00fcberrascht es nicht, dass der Absatz von Elektrofahrzeugen steigt, besonders in Regionen mit einem gut ausgebauten Netz an Ladestationen\u201c.

Um die Erfahrungen der ersten 200.000 Kunden zu b\u00fcndeln, hat die Renault-Nissan Allianz eine Reihe von Videobeitr\u00e4gen \u00fcber Elektrofahrzeugbesitzer auf drei verschiedenen Kontinenten produziert. \u201eI Made the Switch\u201c erz\u00e4hlt davon, warum die K\u00e4ufer sich f\u00fcr Elektrofahrzeuge entschieden haben und wie sich der Besitz eines Zero-Emission-Fahrzeugs auf ihr Alltagsleben ausgewirkt hat. Das erste Video zeigt Chris Beers, einen Softwareentwickler aus Holliston/Massachusetts in den USA, der wie viele Amerikaner, sein Fahrzeug mit Solarenergie betreibt. Den Link zum Video finden Sie hier.

www.multivu.com/players/English/7381531-renault-nissan-electric-vehicle-sales/


USA und Japan weltweit f\u00fchrend beim Elektroautobesitz

In den Vereinigten Staaten, dem gr\u00f6\u00dften Markt f\u00fcr die Allianz, sind bereits mehr als 750 Schnellladestationen im Einsatz. Nissan arbeitet eng mit seinen H\u00e4ndlern und Ladepartnern zusammen, um diese Zahl bis Mitte des Jahres 2015 auf 1.100 zu erh\u00f6hen. Mit einer Schnellladestation l\u00e4sst sich ein Nissan LEAF von 0 auf 80 Prozent Ladekapazit\u00e4t in rund 30 Minuten aufladen.

In diesem Jahr hat Nissan auch seine Kampagne \u201eNo Charge to Charge\u201c gestartet, die K\u00e4ufern oder Leasingnehmern eines neuen Nissan LEAF f\u00fcr zwei Jahre kostenlosen Zugang gestattet. \u201eNo Charge to Charge\u201d gibt es derzeit in 12 M\u00e4rkten in den USA, und Nissan plant, dieses Angebot bis Mitte 2015 auf weitere M\u00e4rkte auszudehnen.

In Japan, dem zweitgr\u00f6\u00dften Markt f\u00fcr Elektrofahrzeuge der Allianz, gibt es mehr als 2.900 Schnellladestationen. Gemeinsam mit den drei weiteren f\u00fchrenden japanischen Automobilherstellern hat Nissan vereinbart, diese Zahl bis M\u00e4rz 2015 auf 6.000 zu erh\u00f6hen.

In Bezug auf die Infrastruktur f\u00fcr Elektrofahrzeuge in Europa ist Gro\u00dfbritannien am weitesten fortgeschritten. Schon heute gibt es Schnellladestationen an 87 Prozent der britischen Autobahnen.

Nissan LEAF ist meistverkauftes Elektrofahrzeug der Welt. Renault im Oktober Marktf\u00fchrer in Europa

Mit sechs auf dem Markt angebotenen Elektrofahrzeugen ist die Renault-Nissan Allianz der weltweit einzige Automobilkonzern, der eine ganze Palette von 100 Prozent elektrisch angetriebenen Fahrzeugen anbieten kann. Alle Modelle k\u00f6nnen mit erneuerbarer Energie aufgeladen werden.

Die im japanischen Yokohama ans\u00e4ssige Firma Nissan hat seit dem Verkaufsstart des Nissan LEAF im Dezember 2010 weltweit insgesamt 148.700 Einheiten verkauft. In der Zwischenzeit erhielt der LEAF eine ganze Reihe von Auszeichnungen, darunter den des \u201eWorld Car of the Year\u201c (2011), \u201eEuropean Car of the Year\u201c (2011) und \u201eCar of the Year Japan\u201c (2011-2012). Das Elektromodell erzielt die h\u00f6chste jemals f\u00fcr ein Nissan-Produkt verzeichnete Kundenzufriedenheitsrate.

Die wichtigsten M\u00e4rkte f\u00fcr den Nissan LEAF sind mit 67.000 verkauften Einheiten seit dem Launch die Vereinigten Staaten, gefolgt von Japan mit 46.500 und Europa mit 31.000 Einheiten.

In den USA ist der LEAF auf dem Weg, das meistverkaufte Elektrofahrzeug im Jahr 2014 zu werden und damit alle anderen E-Fahrzeuge und Plug-In-Hybriden  auf die Pl\u00e4tze zu verweisen. Der Absatz bis dato liegt 35 Prozent \u00fcber dem Vorjahr, wie ohnehin der LEAF in den letzten 21 Monaten kontinuierlich Verkaufsrekorde gebrochen hat. So hat er z.B. bei noch zwei verbleibenden Monaten bereits jetzt den Gesamtabsatz des Vorjahres \u00fcbertroffen. Nissan bietet dar\u00fcber hinaus den Lieferwagen e-NV200 an, der in Europa im Juni und in Japan im Oktober in den Handel kam.

In der Zwischenzeit hat das im franz\u00f6sischen Boulogne-Billancourt beheimatete Unternehmen Renault seit dem Verkaufsstart des ersten E-Modells im Oktober 2011, dem Kangoo Z.E., bis heute weltweit insgesamt 51.500 Elektrofahrzeuge verkauft. Der Kangoo Z.E. wurde im Jahr 2012 mit der Auszeichnung des \u201eVan of the Year\u201c bedacht. Erst k\u00fcrzlich hat Renault den 5.000. Kangoo Z.E. an die franz\u00f6sische Post ausgeliefert, den gr\u00f6\u00dften Flottenbetreiber Frankreichs. In den kommenden Jahren \u00fcbernimmt die Post 5.000 weitere Einheiten des Elektrotransporters.

Zus\u00e4tzlich zum Kangoo Z.E. und dem Twizy umfasst Renaults Palette an Zero-Emissions-Fahrzeugen auch den Kleinwagen ZOE und die Limousine Fluence Z.E. In S\u00fcdkorea wird der Fluence Z.E. unter der Marke Renault Samsung Motor als SM3 Z.E. angeboten. Wie Nissan LEAF verzeichnet der ZOE die h\u00f6chste Zufriedenheitsrate aller Renault-Fahrzeuge. 

Renaults f\u00fchrende Absatzm\u00e4rkte in Europa, dem f\u00fchrenden E-Auto-Markt, sind Frankreich, Deutschland und Gro\u00dfbritannien. Im Oktober gelang es Renault, mit 31Prozent Marktanteil die Topposition bei E-Autos in Europa zur\u00fcckzuerobern. Der ZOE war mit 23 Prozent Markanteil dabei das meistverkaufte Fahrzeug.


\u00dcber die Renault-Nissan Allianz
Die Renault-Nissan Allianz aus dem in Paris ans\u00e4ssigen Unternehmen Renault und Nissan aus Yokohama in Japan verkauft weltweit jedes zehnte Auto. Renault und Nissan sind bereits seit 1999 strategische Partner und haben im Jahr 2013 in fast 200 L\u00e4ndern 8,3 Millionen Fahrzeuge verkauft. Die Allianz beruht auf der strategischen Zusammenarbeit mit zahlreichen Autoherstellern, darunter auch Daimler in Deutschland sowie Dongfeng in China, und mit regionalen Herstellern wie Ashok Leyland in Indien. Die Allianz h\u00e4lt einen Mehrheitsanteil im Joint Venture, dem Russlands f\u00fchrender Autohersteller AVTOVAZ geh\u00f6rt.

www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com
blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


Kontakt:

Mia Nielsen
Alliance Renault-Nissan
+33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (6) 33 6 45515030
helene.mazier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45-523-5549
akihiro-nakanishi@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Mia Nielsen
Alliance Renault-Nissan
+33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Mazier
Renault SAS
+33 (6) 33 6 45515030
helene.mazier@renault.com

Akihiro Nakanishi
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
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NEW YORK, NY (Nov. 21, 2014) \u2013 Action Against Hunger, a world leader in the fight against childhood malnutrition, gave top honors last night to Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO and Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

Every year, hundreds of Action Against Hunger\u2019s most dedicated supporters come together for an evening of inspiration, rallying around the mission to save lives and honoring significant contributions towards ending hunger worldwide.

On Thursday night at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Action Against Hunger honored the Renault-Nissan Alliance for its global humanitarian work, including the establishment of an emergency fund that will help Action Against Hunger provide rapid-response when and where it is needed most.

\u201cWe are honored to be recognized by Action Against Hunger,\u201d Ghosn said. \u201cAction Against Hunger is uniquely positioned to achieve our shared goal of saving lives today, while working with communities to improve health, provide stability and ensure a sustainable future.\u201d

\u201cThe Renault-Nissan Alliance has been a strong advocate of global humanitarian work, which includes everything from supporting victims of the typhoon in the Philippines to providing emergency food assistance to people in East Africa,\u201d said Raymond Debbane, Chairman of Action Against Hunger's Board of Directors. \u201cWe honor their commitment to help the most vulnerable communities thrive.\u201d

Last year, Action Against Hunger responded to three major humanitarian emergencies \u2014 conflict in Syria, the devastating typhoon in the Philippines, and violence in the Central African Republic \u2014 nearly doubling the services provided. By collaborating with some of the most influential forces in the public and private sectors, Action Against Hunger is able to build upon that success, transforming short-term interventions into long-term solutions.

To make a tax-deductible donation to Action Against Hunger, please visit actionagainsthunger.org.

About Action Against Hunger
Action Against Hunger | ACF International saves the lives of severely malnourished children while helping communities become self-sufficient. Recognized as a world leader in the fight against hunger and malnutrition, Action Against Hunger has pursued its vision of a world without hunger for nearly three decades, combating hunger in emergency situations of conflict, natural disaster, and chronic food insecurity. With more than 5,500 staff in over 40 countries, our innovative programs in nutrition, food security and livelihoods, and water, sanitation, and hygiene reach more than 9 million people each year, restoring dignity, self-sufficiency, and independence to vulnerable populations throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.actionagainsthunger.org/

About the Renault-Nissan Alliance
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and has a majority stake in the joint venture that owns Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ. To learn more, visit blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


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NEW YORK, NY (21 novembre 2014) \u2013 Action Contre la Faim, leader mondial de la lutte contre la malnutrition infantile a rendu hommage hier soir \u00e0 Carlos Ghosn, CEO et Pr\u00e9sident de l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan.

Tous les ans, les sympathisants les plus impliqu\u00e9s d\u2019Action Contre la Faim se r\u00e9unissent en grand nombre lors d\u2019une soir\u00e9e plac\u00e9e sous le signe de l\u2019inspiration, afin de se mobiliser pour sauver des vies et saluer des actions d\u00e9terminantes visant \u00e0 \u00e9radiquer la faim dans le monde.

Dans la soir\u00e9e du jeudi 20 novembre, au Mus\u00e9e d\u2019Art Moderne de New York, Action Contre la Faim a rendu hommage \u00e0 l\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan pour l\u2019ensemble de son action humanitaire, qui comprend la cr\u00e9ation d\u2019un fonds d\u2019urgence permettant \u00e0 Action Contre la Faim d\u2019apporter des solutions rapides dans les situations d\u2019urgence.

\u201cC\u2019est un honneur pour nous d\u2019\u00eatre distingu\u00e9s par Action Contre la Faim \u00bb, d\u00e9clare Carlos Ghosn. \u00ab Action Contre la Faim est bien plac\u00e9e pour r\u00e9aliser un objectif qui nous est commun, sauver des vies en travaillant avec les communaut\u00e9s afin d\u2019am\u00e9liorer les services de sant\u00e9, promouvoir la stabilit\u00e9 et garantir un avenir durable \u00bb.

\u00ab L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un fervent d\u00e9fenseur de l\u2019action humanitaire \u00e0 l\u2019\u00e9chelle mondiale, dans des domaines aussi vari\u00e9s que l\u2019aide aux victimes du typhon aux Philippines, ou la fourniture en urgence de denr\u00e9es alimentaires aux populations d\u2019Afrique de l\u2019Est \u00bb pr\u00e9cise Raymond Debbane, Pr\u00e9sident du Directoire d\u2019Action Contre la Faim. \u00ab Nous saluons son engagement et le soutien qu\u2019elle apporte aux communaut\u00e9s les plus vuln\u00e9rables pour les aider \u00e0 s\u2019\u00e9panouir \u00bb.

L\u2019ann\u00e9e derni\u00e8re, Action Contre la Faim est intervenue lors de trois graves crises humanitaires, le conflit en Syrie, le typhon d\u00e9vastateur aux Philippines et les violences en R\u00e9publique Centrafricaine, multipliant sa contribution presque par deux.

Gr\u00e2ce \u00e0 sa collaboration avec les acteurs les plus influents des secteurs public et priv\u00e9, Action Contre la Faim peut transformer ses interventions d\u2019urgence en solutions \u00e0 long terme.

Pour faire un don d\u00e9ductible des imp\u00f4ts \u00e0 Action Contre la Faim, vous pouvez consulter le site : www.actioncontrelafaim.org.

Action Contre la Faim
Action Contre la Faim - ACF International sauve la vie d\u2019enfants souffrant gravement de malnutrition et aide les communaut\u00e9s \u00e0 devenir auto-suffisantes. Reconnue comme l\u2019un des leaders mondiaux dans la lutte contre la faim et la malnutrition, Action Contre la Faim, oeuvre sans rel\u00e2che depuis pr\u00e8s de trois d\u00e9cennies \u00e0 l\u2019\u00e9radication de la faim dans le monde. Elle intervient en urgence lors de conflits, catastrophes naturelles et situations d\u2019ins\u00e9curit\u00e9 alimentaire chronique.

Forte de plus de 5.500 collaborateurs dans environ 40 pays, elle dispose de programmes innovants en mati\u00e8re de nutrition, s\u00e9curit\u00e9 alimentaire et subsistance, eau, assainissement et hygi\u00e8ne. Ces programmes b\u00e9n\u00e9ficient \u00e0 plus de 9 millions de personnes par an dans le monde entier, permettant \u00e0 des populations fragilis\u00e9es de renouer avec la dignit\u00e9, l\u2019auto suffisance et l\u2019ind\u00e9pendance.

Pour plus d\u2019informations, consulter le site : http://www.actioncontrela faim.org/


L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan
L\u2019Alliance Renault-Nissan est un partenariat strat\u00e9gique entre Paris, si\u00e8ge de Renault et Yokohama, si\u00e8ge de Nissan au Japon. Plus d\u2019une voiture sur dix dans le monde est vendue par l\u2019Alliance. Partenaires strat\u00e9giques depuis 1999, les soci\u00e9t\u00e9s ont commercialis\u00e9 8,3 millions de voitures dans environ 200 pays en 2013. L\u2019Alliance a aussi conclu des accords de coop\u00e9ration strat\u00e9gique avec des constructeurs automobiles tels que Daimler en Allemagne, Dongfeng en Chine et Ashok Leyland en Inde. Elle d\u00e9tient une participation majoritaire dans la joint-venture, propri\u00e9taire d\u2019Avtovaz, le principal constructeur russe.

Pour plus d\u2019informations, consulter le site : blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com



CONTACT: 

Steve Oldham
Nissan Northeast/Mid-Atlantic PR Mgr.
+1 973-795-1215
steven.oldham@nissan-usa.com




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DEAUVILLE, FRANCE (Oct. 13, 2014)\u2014The Renault-Nissan Alliance, the world\u2019s fourth-largest automotive group, continues to make progress in its commitment to closing the gender gap, with both companies reporting a rise in the percentage of women in manager-level positions globally in 2013 compared with the previous year.

At Renault, women accounted for 18.4% of manager-level positions globally in 2013, up from 17% in the previous year. Women also accounted for 19.3% of the company\u2019s 2,000 global key positions, up from 17% in 2012.

Globally, Renault remains a leader in the auto industry in terms of women at the senior executive management level. Two out of its ten-member executive committee are women: Mouna Sepehri, Executive Vice President of the Office of the CEO; and Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin, Executive Vice President for Human Resources. Damesin is also Renault-Nissan Alliance Executive Vice President for Human Resources.

At Nissan, women accounted for 10.6% of manager-level positions globally in fiscal year 2013*, up from 10.3% in fiscal year 2012. In Japan, women at Nissan accounted for 7.1% of such positions, up from 6.8% in the previous year and more than quadruple from 1.6% in fiscal year 2004. By 2017, Nissan aims to raise that figure to 10% in Japan and to 14% globally.

Nissan remains an industry benchmark in its home market of Japan, with the percentage of its women managers more than double the national average for large manufacturers. In March, Nissan was recognized as a \u201cNadeshiko Brand\u201d by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) for the second year in a row for its support and promotion of women in the workplace.

\u201cThe Renault-Nissan Alliance remains committed to fully leveraging our global talent pool and closing the gender gap, and we are seeing incremental progress toward that goal every year,\u201d said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. \u201cHiring and promoting women is the right thing to do for society \u2013 and for our business, because women decide or influence the overwhelming majority of car purchases globally.\u201d

Products, services and mentorship for women to drive business

Women are considered \u201cinfluencers\u201d on 80% of all new-car purchases, according to consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, meaning that they either buy the vehicle outright or have \u201cveto power\u201d on a man\u2019s purchase.

To increase the appeal to women, Renault created a product team for the Renault Captur that was evenly split between men and women. Half of the team members dedicated to the crossover\u2019s engineering, design, marketing and sales were women, the highest for any Renault car. Captur went on sale last year and is today the most popular compact crossover in Europe.

In addition to product initiatives, Renault is also expanding an internal social network called Women@Renault, founded in 2012 and led by Mouna Sepehri. The network is a digital and real-world community in which to discuss gender progress, and it also analyzes best practices around recruitment, training and career management. Women@Renault has 4,500 members in 12 key markets (Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, France, India, Korea, Morocco, Romania, Russia, Spain and Turkey).

Earlier this year, Nissan debuted its \u201cLadies First\u201d dealership, mostly managed and staffed by women. The dealership in the Tokyo suburb of Fuchu features stylish interiors, a nursing room and a spacious area where children can play and is aimed at making the shopping experience more welcoming to women and first-time buyers.

Nissan will roll out 300 \u201cLadies First\u201d dealerships across Japan by next year. Nissan will take lessons learned from the \u201cLadies First\u201d project and apply it wherever applicable.

Diverse executive management teams

In addition to becoming more gender diverse, Renault and Nissan are becoming more multicultural \u2013 particularly at the executive level, reflecting the geographic reach of both companies. Together Renault and Nissan sold 8.3 million vehicles in 2013 in nearly 200 markets worldwide. 

Boulogne Billancourt, France-based Renault today counts 20 nationalities among its key 150 executive positions globally, including French, Spanish, Japanese, Brazilian, Russian and German executives.

Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan continues to be the auto industry leader for diversity at the executive rank. Forty-nine of its 100 top positions are held by foreign-born executives from 17 different countries.

Renault-Nissan to discuss diversity at international conference

Renault and Nissan provide an update on gender progress and diversity every year in advance of the Women\u2019s Forum for the Economy and Society. This year\u2019s conference takes place Oct. 15-17 in Deauville, France. The annual gathering, which the Alliance has supported since 2006, aims to level the playing field for women in industry academia, politics and society.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance will have three public speakers at this year\u2019s event, which has a special focus on gender issues in Japan:

\u25a0 Oct. 16: The Renault-Nissan Alliance will host a session on \u201cWhat Women Want\u201d with Asako Hoshino, Corporate Vice President of Corporate Market Intelligence at Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Valerie Brusseau, Architecture Design & Trim and Chassis Manufacturing of New Vehicle Launches,at Renault SAS.

\u25a0Oct. 17: Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin, Executive Vice President, Human Resources at the Renault-Nissan Alliance, will participate in the plenary session \u201cAbe's Womenomics: Why it's needed -- and not just in Japan.\u201d

In April 2014, Marie-Fran\u00e7oise Damesin was appointed Renault-Nissan Alliance Executive Vice President for Human Resources, while maintaining her role as Renault Executive Vice President for Human Resources. The expanded position puts her in charge of HR policies for 450,000 people throughout the Alliance. Among other responsibilities, she focuses on increasing diversity through talent management and takes a particular interest in the careers of \u201chigh potential\u201d women professionals moving into regional or global leadership roles.

For more information on Renault\u2019s diversity initiatives, go to:
www.renault.com/en/groupe/developpement-durable/responsabilite-sociale-de-l-entreprise/pages/diversite.asp

For more information on Nissan\u2019s diversity initiatives, go to:
www.nissan-global.com/EN/COMPANY/DIVERSITY

*Nissan\u2019s fiscal year starts in April and ends in March.


About the Renault-Nissan Alliance
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and recently took a majority stake in Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.


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Contacts:

Mia Nielsen
Renault-Nissan Alliance
+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
mia.nielsen@renault.com

Alejandra Kaufman
Renault SAS
+33 (0)6 71 00 25 56
alejandra.kaufman@renault.com

Toshitake Inoshita
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45 523 5552
t-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp


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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
+81 (0)45 523 5552
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Paris \u2013The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG enjoy a long-term and stable future, and all of their shared projects remain on track, the companies\u2019 CEOs told journalists today in their annual media update at the Paris Motor Show.

Renault-Nissan and Daimler launched their partnership in 2010. The scope of the original collaboration in 2010 was limited to three projects primarily in Europe. The combined portfolio shared between Renault-Nissan and Daimler has since quadrupled to 12 projects in Europe, Asia and North America.

\u201cThe global scale of our projects ensures that this collaboration will continue to grow, and we expect to remain partners for the long run,\u201d said Renault-Nissan CEO and Chairman Carlos Ghosn. \u201cThis partnership has accelerated the time-to-market for significant vehicle launches and has been an obvious strategic advantage for Renault and Nissan. We remain confident about our relationship for the foreseeable future.\u201d

\u201cSince its start in 2010, this cooperation has delivered what it has promised, and even more. And that\u2019s how we will continue to work together in the future \u2013 with joint projects that establish a win-win situation for all partners involved and create value for our customers worldwide. This is definitely a track record to be continued,\u201d said Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars.

The CEOs\u2019 comments come as the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler get ready to launch their first vehicles co-developed from scratch this autumn: the new Renault Twingo and the new smart fortwo and smart forfour. The Renault Twingo went on sale in Europe in September, while the smart fortwo and smart forfour will go on sale in November. The city cars are built on a jointly developed rear-wheel-drive architecture which involved teams from both sides working closely together these last four years.

The three cars, which are all on display at the Paris Motor Show, are independent products with an unmistakable unique brand identity. The smart fortwo is being built at smart\u2019s Hambach plant in France, while the Twingo and the smart forfour are being produced at Renault\u2019s plant in Novo Mesto, Slovenia.

Project Portfolio Keeps Expanding

In June 2014, as a major recent milestone, Nissan and Daimler announced plans to jointly develop premium compact vehicles and to jointly manufacture them in Mexico.

Construction of a jointly-owned facility in Aguascalientes, in the immediate vicinity of an already existing Nissan plant, will begin in early 2015. Production will begin in 2017 with Infiniti models. The production of Mercedes-Benz vehicles will follow in 2018. When fully ramped up, the Mexico facility will have production capacity of 300,000 units per year.

The premium compact vehicles will also be produced at other Daimler and Nissan plants around the world, including Europe and China.

Meanwhile, the two companies continue to supply each other with powertrains. In September, Renault began supplying 1.6-liter diesel engines for both the new Mercedes C-Class and the Mercedes Vito van. Renault is also supplying a 1-liter, 3-cylinder naturally aspirated gasoline engine and a 900cc turbocharged, 3-cylinder gasoline unit for the smart forfour and smart fortwo.

In June, joint production of a 2-liter, turbocharged 4-cylinder gasoline engine began at a newly established Nissan and Daimler powertrain facility in Decherd, Tennessee, USA. The engines produced by the Infiniti Decherd Powertrain Plant will initially be used in European versions of the Infiniti Q50 sports sedan and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The new facility will have installed capacity of 250,000 units per year, once fully ramped-up.

In the van segment, Daimler\u2019s Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., have just signed a contract for the supply of finished commercial vans for export. Under the contract, Nissan will supply its \u201cNV350 Urvan\u201d (GVW: 3.5 tons) commercial van to Mitsubishi Fuso which will sell it as \u2018Canter Van\u2019 in the Middle East starting in 2014.

The final agreement comes a year after the two companies signed a basic agreement on September 11, 2013.

For the full list of projects that have already been greenlighted and publicly announced, please click here.



Contact:

Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, Daimler AG
phone: +49 711 17 41361; email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com
Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33; email: mia.nielsen@renault.com

Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com

About Daimler
Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services. The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today: The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate its customers. For many years now, Daimler has been investing continually in the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2013, the Group sold 2.35 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 274,616 people; revenue totaled \u20ac118.0 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Paris, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com
blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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phone: +49 711 17 41361
email: thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
phone: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
email: mia.nielsen@renault.com


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PARIS (Sept. 3, 2014) \u2013The Renault-Nissan Alliance has signed an agreement with Orange, one of the world\u2019s largest telecommunications operators, to supply it with a fleet of 200 electric vehicles for its needs in France.

Renault-Nissan, the global leader in sustainable mobility, will provide the 100% electric vehicles to Orange by 2015. Orange will use the electric vehicles mostly for car-sharing purposes between its buildings and installations in France. Orange currently has about 2,000 pool vehicles in France with about 100 cars (hybrid, electric, diesel, etc.) available for car-sharing purposes. Using the Orange Auto Partage application, employees can book a car for professional or personal use online or via a smartphone.

The Renault-Nissan electric fleet will comprise the Renault ZOE subcompact, the Renault Kangoo Z.E. van, the newly launched Nissan e-NV200 van and the Nissan LEAF, the world\u2019s best-selling electric vehicle ever. Orange already owns a fleet of about thirty tandem 2-seat Twizys it has acquired from Renault since 2012.

\u201cWe believe that the use of electric vehicles needs to be encouraged both professionally and privately. Therefore, this agreement with the Renault-Nissan Alliance contributes to helping us meet our commitment to a 20% reduction in our CO2 footprint by 2020,\u201d said H\u00e9l\u00e8ne Billon, Orange Facilities & Mobility Management Director. \u201cBy that time, we hope to continue the acquisition of more than 1,000 electric vehicles, notably to account for about one-third of our car-sharing fleet in France.\u201d

\u201dThanks to the partnership between Renault and Nissan, the Alliance is able to provide Orange with the widest range of electric vehicles to meet its needs -- from subcompact passenger cars to light-commercial vehicles,\u201d said Christian Mardrus, Alliance Executive Vice President for Renault-Nissan B.V. and the Alliance CEO Office. \u201cMore Orange employees will soon be able to enjoy the many benefits of electric mobility: zero noise, smooth handling and acceleration, and zero tailpipe emissions. And the vehicles can be fully recharged with renewable energy at night, so they can be 100% charged every morning.\u201d

Renault-Nissan will accompany Orange in the installation of a network of charging stations at the sites which adopt the car-sharing service.

The electric vehicles procurement agreement between the Alliance and Orange is part of a wider international partnership between the two companies.

Renault-Nissan Alliance, global leader in electric vehicles

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is the world\u2019s leader in electric mobility with the widest range of 100% electric vehicles, which can be charged with purely renewable energy and consume no petrol whatsoever. To date, the Alliance has sold 176,000 electric vehicles globally, more than all other major automakers combined.

Nissan LEAF won the 2011 World Car of the Year, European Car of the Year 2011 and Car of the Year Japan 2011-2012 awards. Renault Kangoo was voted International Van of the Year 2012.

Renault and Nissan have signed several major EV fleet deals around the world. In 2011, La Poste in France placed a bid for more than 10,000 Renault Kangoo Z.E.s. More recently, AVIS car rental in Denmark ordered 400 Nissan LEAFs, the biggest single order for the electric vehicle so far. The Nissan LEAF is also part of taxi programs in several big cities around the world, including Amsterdam, Madrid, Tokyo, Mexico City, Sao Paulo and Zurich.


ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE:
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance also operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and India\u2019s Ashok Leyland and recently took a majority stake in Russia\u2019s top automaker, AVTOVAZ.

www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com
blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


ABOUT ORANGE:
Orange is one of the world\u2019s leading telecommunications operators with sales of 41 billion euros in 2013 and has 161,000 employees worldwide at 30 June 2014, including 101,000 employees in France. Present in 30 countries, the Group has a total customer base of more than 236 million customers at 30 June 2014, including 179 million mobile customers and 16 million fixed broadband customers worldwide. Orange is also a leading provider of global IT and telecommunication services to multinational companies, under the brand Orange Business Services. Orange is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris (symbol ORA) and on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol ORAN). For more information on the internet and on your mobile: www.orange.com, www.orange-business.com, www.livetv.orange.com or to follow us on Twitter: @orangegrouppr. Orange and any other Orange product or service names included in this material are trade marks of Orange or Orange Brand Services Limited.


Press Contacts:
Aurelie Le Clerre, Renault SAS, +33 (0)1 76 83 02 68, aurelie.le-clerre@renault.com
Gr\u00e9gory Neve, Nissan France, +33 (0)6 08 49 45 95, gregory.neve@nissan.fr
Sylvie Duho, Orange, +33 (0)1 44 44 93 93, sylvie.duho@orange.com

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+33 (0)1 76 83 02 68
aurelie.le-clerre@renault.com

Gr\u00e9gory Neve, Nissan France
+33 (0)6 08 49 45 95
gregory.neve@nissan.fr

Sylvie Duho, Orange
+33 (0)1 44 44 93 93
sylvie.duho@orange.com


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\r\n\tPARIS and YOKOHAMA (July 2, 2014) -- The Renault-Nissan Alliance posted record synergies of 2.87 billion euros in 2013, up from 2.69 billion euros in the previous year. Purchasing, powertrain and vehicle engineering remained the biggest contributors as the Alliance geared up for the launch of its first Common Module Family (CMF) vehicles.  

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\r\n\tPurchasing, which is jointly managed by Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO), generated 1.036 billion euros in synergies. Vehicle engineering, which relates to common platforms and components, accounted for 714 million euros. The co-development and exchange of powertrains accounted for 525 million euros.

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\r\n\tSynergies are derived from cost reductions, cost avoidance and revenue increases. Only new synergies – not cumulative synergies – are taken into account each year. Synergies help both Renault and Nissan meet performance objectives and, significantly, enable the carmakers to deliver higher value vehicles to customers around the world.

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\r\n\t(To learn more about 2013 synergies, watch this video: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5165.)

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\r\n\tCommon Module Family (CMF) is the Alliance’s unique system of modular architecture and an increasing source of synergies.

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\r\n\tCMF enables Renault and Nissan to build a wide range of vehicles from a smaller pool of parts, while at the same time increasing customer choice and quality. Small vehicles are based on CMF-A, while mid-sized vehicles are CMF-B, and the largest vehicles are CMF-C/D.

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\r\n\tIn November 2013, Nissan began selling its first vehicle on CMF in the United States; the new Rogue sports utility vehicle is built on CMF-C/D. The following month, Nissan began selling the X-Trail crossover SUV in Japan, also based on CMF-C/D. In February, Nissan began selling the Qashqai crossover in Europe.

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\r\n\tThe first model based on CMF at Renault will be the replacement for the Espace, which will debut in 2015 on CMF-C/D.

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\r\n\tIn 2013, the Alliance also began development work on CMF-A, the most affordable category of cars. Production of CMF-A vehicles will begin in 2015 at the Renault-Nissan Alliance plant in Chennai, India.

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\r\n\t“Development of CMF vehicles is helping to drive synergies in all our major business areas – from purchasing to vehicle engineering and powertrains,” said Christian Mardrus, Alliance Executive Vice President for Renault-Nissan B.V. and the Alliance CEO Office. “CMF will continue to be a major driver of our synergies in the future with 70% of our vehicles expected to fall within the CMF scope by 2020.”

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\r\n\tThe Alliance also generated synergies in emerging markets, such as India and Russia, where Renault and Nissan manufacture vehicles together at the same plants. Last year, Renault began sales of the Duster sports utility vehicle in the UK and South Africa. The right-hand drive vehicles are produced at Renault-Nissan Automotive India Private Limited in Oragadam, India, near Chennai. The plant, which has a capacity of 400,000 vehicles per year, splits production between Renault and Nissan vehicles.

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\r\n\tAlso last year Nissan began sales of the Almera sedan, which is built in Togliatti, a manufacturing complex shared with partners Renault and AVTOVAZ, Russia’s largest automaker.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance is also increasingly benefitting from synergies in non-traditional areas, such as sales and marketing. In 2013, the Alliance signed two major global fleet contracts with pharmaceutical giant Merck and global information technology services group Atos.

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\r\n\t“Thanks to our partnership, we are able to offer customers an extensive range of vehicles around the world – from Dacia to Infiniti,” said Mardrus.

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\r\n\tMoving forward, the Alliance’s focus on “convergence” is expected to increase synergies in four key business functions: Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing, and Human Resources.

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\r\n\tWhile Renault and Nissan remain separate companies, these four business functions were converged on April 1, each led by a newly appointed Alliance Executive Vice President. As a result of the convergence, the Alliance expects to achieve at least €4.3 billion in annualized synergies by 2016, up from 1.5 billion euros in 2009 when the Alliance first began recording synergies.

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\r\n\t(To read more about the convergence project, go to: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/renault-and-nissan-to-converge-four-major-alliance-functions-1-april/)

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\r\n\tABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE:
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\r\n\tContacts:
\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
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\r\n\tHélène Mazier
\r\n\tRenault SAS
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 45 51 50 30
\r\n\thelene.mazier@renault.com

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\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.
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\r\n\tMEXICO CITY – Die Renault-Nissan Allianz und die Daimler AG weiten ihre Kooperation mit der gemeinsamen Entwicklung von Kompaktfahrzeugen der Premiumklasse und einer gemeinsamen Produktion in Mexiko erheblich aus.

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn und Dieter Zetsche, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Daimler AG und Leiter Mercedes-Benz Cars, gaben heute eine Vereinbarung ihrer Unternehmen über die Gründung eines 50:50 Joint Venture bekannt. Die Gesellschaft ist verantwortlich für Bau und Betrieb des neuen Werks in Aguascalientes im Norden Zentralmexikos. Das neue Werk entsteht in unmittelbarer Nähe eines bereits bestehenden Nissan-Werks und wird nach Abschluss der Anlaufphase eine jährliche Kapazität von 300.000 Fahrzeugen bieten.

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\r\n\tDer Produktionsbeginn mit Infiniti-Modellen ist für das Jahr 2017 geplant. Ab 2018 soll dann die Produktion von Fahrzeugen der Marke Mercedes-Benz folgen.

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\r\n\tDaimler und Nissan werden die Gesamtinvestitionskosten für Aguascalientes von etwa 1 Mrd. Euro gemeinsam tragen. Mit Erreichen der vollen Kapazität im Jahr 2021 werden die Unternehmen knapp 5.700 neue Arbeitsplätze in den Bereichen Engineering, Produktion und Unterstützungsfunktionen geschaffen haben. Auch wird die mexikanische Lieferantenbasis mit einer hohen Lokalisierungsquote signifikant vergrößert.

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\r\n\tCarlos Ghosn, Chairman und CEO der Renault-Nissan Allianz: "Die gemeinsame Entwicklung von Kompaktfahrzeugen der Premiumklasse und die Produktion in Aguascalientes sind zusammen eines der größten Projekte zwischen der Renault-Nissan Allianz und Daimler. Diese Kooperation zeigt auch, wie sich unsere Zusammenarbeit von ihrem europäischen Ursprung aus auf die globale Ebene entwickelt hat.“

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\r\n\tDieter Zetsche, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Daimler AG und Leiter Mercedes-Benz Cars: "In Aguascalientes werden wir unsere erfolgreiche Partnerschaft auf die nächste Ebene bringen, indem wir die Kompetenzen unserer beiden Unternehmen, Daimler und Nissan, in einem Produktionswerk bündeln. Nur etwas mehr als vier Jahre nach Gründung der Kooperation ist die Entscheidung für das neue Werk in Mexiko ein weiterer wichtiger Meilenstein."

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\r\n\tInfiniti und Mercedes-Benz werden über alle Entwicklungsphasen, von Forschungsarbeit und Konzeption bis hin zur Produktion, eng zusammenarbeiten. Damit wird eine klare Differenzierung zwischen den verschiedenen aus diesem Projekt entstehenden Fahrzeugen im Hinblick auf Produktdesign und Spezifikationen gewährleistet.

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\r\n\tZusammenwachsen in Mexiko

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\r\n\tIn Aguascalientes können beide Partner von Nissans preisgekröntem und hocheffizientem Mitarbeiterstamm profitieren. Nissan produziert bereits seit 1992 Fahrzeuge in Aguascalientes, und das Werk wurde erst im letzten Jahr erheblich vergrößert.

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\r\n\tIm November eröffnete Nissan den ersten Teil eines Fertigungskomplexes in Aguascalientes mit einem Investitionsumfang von 2 Mrd. US-Dollar – mit diesem jüngsten von drei Montagewerken hat Nissan seine jährliche Gesamtproduktion in Mexiko auf über 850.000 Fahrzeuge gesteigert.

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\r\n\tFür Daimler ist Mexiko bereits ein wichtiger Markt. Der Konzern betreibt Produktionswerke für Lkw und Busse in Saltillo, Santiago Tianguistenco und Garcia, ein Vertriebszentrum für Ersatzteile in San Luis Potosi sowie ein Werk für die Aufbereitung von Motoren, Getrieben und Komponenten in Toluca. Eine Fahrzeugauslieferungsinspektion und ein Schulungszentrum für Pkw runden die Daimler-Präsenz ab.

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\r\n\tVier Jahre einer wachsenden Zusammenarbeit

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\r\n\tDie französisch-japanisch-deutsche Industriekooperation von Daimler und der Renault-Nissan Allianz begann im April 2010 mit drei Projekten, die hauptsächlich einen europäischen Fokus hatten. Seitdem ist das Projektportfolio auf zwölf wichtige Projekte angewachsen und umfasst nun auch Initiativen in Nord- und Südamerika sowie in Japan.

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\r\n\tErst gestern haben Infiniti und Daimler den Startschuss für die Produktion von Vierzylinder-Ottomotoren in Decherd im US-Bundesstaat Tennessee bekannt gegeben. Das Werk in Decherd produziert mit einer jährlichen Kapazität von 250.000 Einheiten Motoren für die Mercedes-Benz C-Klasse und den Infiniti Q50.

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\r\n\tNoch in diesem Jahr werden die Allianz und Daimler die Stadtautos smart und Twingo der nächsten Generation auf den Markt bringen. Diese wurden auf einer gemeinsamen Plattform entwickelt. Der Twingo und das Viersitzer-Modell von smart laufen im Renault-Werk in Novo Mesto in Slowenien vom Band, das Zweisitzer-Modell von smart im französischen Hambach.

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\r\n\tThomas Fröhlich, +49 711 17 41361 (Daimler AG)
\r\n\tMia Nielsen, +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33 (Renault-Nissan Alliance)

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\r\n\tWeitere Informationen von Daimler sind im Internet verfügbar: 
\r\n\twww.media.daimler.com und www.daimler.com

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\r\n\tÜber Daimler
\r\n\tDie Daimler AG ist eines der erfolgreichsten Automobilunternehmen der Welt. Mit den Geschäftsfeldern Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses und Daimler Financial Services gehört der Fahrzeughersteller zu den größten Anbietern von Premium-Pkw und ist der größte weltweit aufgestellte Nutzfahrzeug-Hersteller. Daimler Financial Services bietet Finanzierung, Leasing, Flottenmanagement, Versicherungen und innovative Mobilitätsdienst-leistungen an. Die Firmengründer Gottlieb Daimler und Carl Benz haben mit der Erfindung des Automobils im Jahr 1886 Geschichte geschrieben. Als Pionier des Automobilbaus gestaltet Daimler auch heute die Zukunft der Mobilität: Das Unternehmen setzt dabei auf innovative und grüne Technologien sowie auf sichere und hochwertige Fahrzeuge, die faszinieren und begeistern. Daimler investiert seit Jahren konsequent in die Entwicklung alternativer Antriebe mit dem Ziel, langfristig das emissionsfreie Fahren zu ermöglichen. Neben Hybridfahrzeugen bietet Daimler dadurch die breiteste Palette an lokal emissionsfreien Elektrofahrzeugen mit Batterie und Brennstoffzelle. Denn Daimler betrachtet es als Anspruch und Verpflichtung, seiner Verantwortung für Gesellschaft und Umwelt gerecht zu werden. Daimler vertreibt seine Fahrzeuge und Dienstleistungen in nahezu allen Ländern der Welt und hat Produktionsstätten auf fünf Kontinenten. Zum heutigen Markenportfolio zählen neben Mercedes-Benz, der wertvollsten Premium-Automobilmarke der Welt, die Marken smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra und Thomas Built Buses. Das Unternehmen ist an den Börsen Frankfurt und Stuttgart notiert (Börsenkürzel DAI). Im Jahr 2013 setzte der Konzern mit 274.616 Mitarbeitern 2,35 Mio. Fahrzeuge ab. Der Umsatz lag bei 118,0 Mrd. €, das EBIT betrug 10,8 Mrd. €.

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\r\n\tÜBER DIE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
\r\n\tDie Renault-Nissan Allianz ist eine strategische Partnerschaft zwischen dem in Paris ansässigen Unternehmen Renault und Nissan aus Yokohama in Japan. Gemeinsam verkaufen beide Hersteller eins von zehn Autos weltweit. Renault und Nissan sind seit 1999 strategische Partner und haben im Jahr 2013 8,3 Millionen Autos in annähernd 200 Ländern verkauft. Die Allianz hält strategische Kooperationen mit zahlreichen Autoherstellern, einschließlich Daimler aus Deutschland, Dong Feng aus China und mit regionalen Herstellern wie Ashok Leyland aus Indien.

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\r\n\twww.media.renault.com
\r\n\twww.nissan-newsroom.com
\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen
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\r\n\tCIUDAD DE MÉXICO (27 de junio de 2014) – La Alianza Renault-Nissan y Daimler AG están expandiendo significativamente su cooperación con el desarrollo conjunto y producción de autos compactos Premium en México.

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\r\n\tEl CEO de la Alianza Renault-Nissan, Carlos Ghosn y el CEO de Daimler AG, Dieter Zetsche, anunciaron hoy que las dos empresas han acordado establecer una asociación por partes iguales (50:50).  La entidad de negocio se hará cargo de supervisar la construcción y operación de una nueva planta en Aguascalientes.  La nueva planta será construida en un terreno vecino al existente complejo de manufactura de Nissan y tendrá una capacidad anual máxima de 300,000 vehículos.

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\r\n\tEl inicio de producción está planeado para 2017 con modelos de Infiniti.  La producción de vehículos Mercedes Benz iniciará en 2018.

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\r\n\tDaimler y Nissan compartirán el costo total de la inversión de aproximadamente mil millones de euros (1,360 millones de dólares) para la nueva planta en Aguascalientes.  Las empresas generaran unos 5,700 empleos adicionales (incluyendo ingenieros, trabajadores de línea y personal de apoyo) cuando el complejo alcance su máxima capacidad, lo cual se estima sea en 2021.  Adicionalmente a los empleos indirectos que se crearan en la base de proveedores locales. 

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\r\n\tCarlos Ghosn, presidente de la Alianza Renault-Nissan dijo: “El desarrollo en conjunto de vehículos Premium compactos y su producción en Aguascalientes representa uno de los más grandes proyectos entre la Alianza Renault-Nissan y Daimler.   También es muestra de cómo nuestra colaboración, que inició en Europa, tiene un alcance global.”

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\r\n\tDieter Zetsche, presidente de administración del consejo de Daimler AG y líder de Mercedes Benz Autos dijo: “En Aguascalientes llevaremos nuestra exitosa relación al siguiente nivel al combinar las habilidades de ambas empresas, Daimler y Nissan, en una sola planta de producción. La cooperación fue fundada hace apenas cuatro años y la decisión de la nueva planta en México es un hito muy importante.”

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\r\n\tUna cercana colaboración entre Infiniti y Mercedes Benz durante todas las etapas de desarrollo, desde la investigación, el diseño y la producción, asegurará que los vehículos de este proyecto tendrán claras diferencias entre ellos en términos de diseño de producto y especificaciones.

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\r\n\tCreciendo juntos en México

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\r\n\tEn Aguascalientes, ambos socios tendrán acceso al galardonado y altamente eficiente personal de Nissan; que ha estado produciendo vehículos en el estado desde 1992 y cuya planta se extendió significativamente en el último año.

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\r\n\tEn Noviembre 2013, Nissan inició la primera etapa de un complejo de manufactura en Aguascalientes con una inversión de dos mil millones de dólares – el más reciente de tres plantas armadoras, que incrementó la producción anual de Nissan en México a más de 850,000 vehículos.

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\r\n\tMéxico ya es un mercado importante para Daimler.  La empresa cuenta con plantas de producción para camiones y autobuses en Saltillo, Santiago Tianguistenco y García, así como un centro de refacciones en San Luis Potosí y una planta de re-manufactura en Toluca. Para vehículos de pasajeros, Daimler cuenta con un centro de inspección de pre-entrega y un centro de entrenamiento.

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\r\n\tCuatro años de colaboración creciente

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\r\n\tLa cooperación franco-japonesa-alemana de Daimler y la Alianza Renault-Nissan comenzó en abril de 2010 con tres proyectos pilares enfocados en Europa.  Desde entonces, el portafolio ha incrementado a 12 significativos proyectos, incluyendo iniciativas importantes que van desde el continente americano hasta Japón. 

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\r\n\tJustamente ayer, 26 de junio, Infiniti y Daimler lanzaron la producción de motores de gasolina de cuatro cilindros en Decherd, Tennessee, EUA.  Con una capacidad de producción anual de 250,000 unidades, la planta de Decherd manufactura motores para ser usados en el Mercedes Benz Clase C y el Infiniti Q50.

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\r\n\tEste año, la Alianza y Daimler comenzarán a vender los autos urbanos smart y Twingo de la siguiente generación, desarrollados en una plataforma compartida.  El Twingo y el smart de cuatro asientos son producidos en la planta de Renault en Novo Mesto, Slovenia y el smart de dos asientos en Hambach, Francia.

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\r\n\tPara un listado de los más importantes proyectos de la cooperación de la Alianza Renault-Nissan y Daimler, favor de hacer clic aquí: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5002

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\r\n\tAcerca la Alianza Renault-Nissan:

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\r\n\tLa Alianza Renault Nissan es una sociedad estratégica entre Renault, basada en París, y Nissan, en Yokohama, Japón, que juntas venden uno de cada 10 autos a nivel mundial. Las compañías que han sido socios estratégicos desde 1999, vendieron 8.3 millones de autos en casi 200 países en 2013. La Alianza Renault – Nissan es líder mundial en tecnología de vehículos eléctricos. La Alianza también realiza colaboraciones estratégicas con armadoras incluyendo la alemana, Daimler, la china Dong Feng, y la hindú Ashok Leyland, recientemente tomó una participación mayoritaria en la armadora líder rusa AVTOVAZ.

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\r\n\twww.media.renault.com
\r\n\twww.nissan-newsroom.com

\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tAcerca de Daimler

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\r\n\tDaimler AG es una de las empresas automotrices más exitosas del mundo.  Con sus divisiones de Autos Mercedes Benz, Camiones Daimler, Vans Mercedes Benz, y Servicios Financieros Daimler, el Grupo Daimler es uno de los más grandes productores de autos Premium y el más grande productor mundial de autos comerciales con alcance global. Servicios Financieros Daimler provee financiamiento, arrendamiento, manejo de flotas, seguros y servicios de movilidad innovadores.  Los fundadores de la empresa Gottlieb Daimler y Carl Benz hicieron historia con la invención del automóvil en 1886. Como los pioneros de la ingeniería automotriz, Daimler continúa marcando el futuro de la movilidad de hoy: el enfoque del Grupo es en innovadoras y ecológicas tecnologías, así como en automóviles superiores y seguros que fascinan a sus clientes. Por muchos años, Daimler ha estado invirtiendo continuamente en el desarrollo de sistemas de conducción alternativos con el objetivo de hacer del manejo sin emisiones una posibilidad en el largo plazo. Así que en adición a vehículos híbridos, Daimler cuanta hoy con la más amplia gama de vehículos eléctricos sin emisiones impulsados por baterías y celdas de combustible. Esto es solo un ejemplo de cómo Daimler acepta el reto de cumplir con su responsabilidad con la sociedad y el medio ambiente. Daimler vende sus vehículos y servicios en casi todos los países del mundo y tiene plantas de producción en cinco continentes. Su portafolio actual de marcas incluye, en adición a la marca Premium con más valor en el mundo, Mercedes Benz, las marcas smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra y los autobuses Thomas Built. La empresa esta enlistada en la bolsa de valores de Frankfurt y Stuttgart (con el símbolo DAI). En 2012, el Grupo vendió 2.2 millones de vehículos y empleo a 275,000 personas; sus ganancias fueron de €114.3 billones con un beneficio operativo de €8.6 billones.

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\r\n\tPara mayor información contáctanos en:

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\r\n\tcomunicacioncorporativa@nissan.com.mx
\r\n\tTeléfono: 5628-2727 Extensión: 4042
\r\n\tTwitter: @Nissan_MX_RP
\r\n\tWeb: http://www.nissan.com.mx
\r\n\tSitio de prensa: http://nissannews.com/es-MX/nissan/mexico

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MEXICO CITY (27 June 2014) \u2013 The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG are significantly expanding their cooperation with joint development of premium compact vehicles and joint production in Mexico.

Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn and Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche announced today that their companies have agreed to establish a 50:50 joint venture, the business entity that will oversee construction and operation of the new plant in Aguascalientes in north-central Mexico. The new plant will be built in the immediate vicinity of an already existing Nissan plant and will have an annual capacity of 300,000 vehicles when fully ramped up.

Start of production is planned for 2017 with Infiniti models. The production of Mercedes-Benz brand vehicles will follow in 2018.

Daimler and Nissan will share the total investment cost for Aguascalientes of approximately \u20ac1 billion. The companies will add almost 5,700 jobs (including engineering, line workers and support staff) by the time the plant reaches full capacity, expected in 2021. In addition, a high localization rate will significantly increase the Mexican supply base.

Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance: \u201cJoint development of compact premium vehicles and joint production in Aguascalientes together represent one of the largest projects between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler. It also shows how our collaboration, which began in Europe, has become global in scope.\u201d

Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars: \u201cIn Aguascalientes, we will take our successful partnership to the next level by combining the skills of our two companies Daimler and Nissan in one production plant. Just over four years after the cooperation was founded, the decision for the new plant in Mexico is a major milestone.\u201d

Close collaboration between Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz at every stage of development, from advanced research and design to production, will ensure that vehicles within the scope of the project will clearly differ from each other in terms of product design and specifications.

Growing together in Mexico

In Aguascalientes both partners will enjoy access to Nissan\u2019s award-winning, highly efficient workforce. Nissan has been producing vehicles in Aguascalientes since 1992, and the plant has expanded significantly just in the past year.

In November, Nissan opened the first stage of a US$2 billion manufacturing complex in Aguascalientes. This increased Nissan\u2019s total capacity in Mexico to more than 850,000 vehicles annually.

Mexico is already an important market for Daimler. The company has production plants for trucks and buses in Saltillo, Santiago Tianguistenco and Garcia, a parts distribution center in San Luis Potos\u00ed and a remanufacturing plant in Toluca. For passenger cars Daimler has a pre-delivery-inspection and a training center.

Four years of increasing collaboration

The French-Japanese-German industrial cooperation of Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance began in April 2010, with three \u201cpillar projects\u201d primarily focused on Europe. Since then, the portfolio has increased to twelve significant projects, including major initiatives from the Americas to Japan.

Just yesterday, Infiniti and Daimler launched production of four-cylinder gasoline engines in Decherd, Tennessee, USA. With an annual production capacity of 250,000 units, the Decherd facility produces engines for use in the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and in the Infiniti Q50.

Later this year, the Alliance and Daimler will start selling the next-generation smart and Twingo city cars, developed on a shared platform, the Twingo and the four-seater smart being produced at the Renault plant in Novo Mesto, Slovenia, the two-seater smart in Hambach, France.

For the video news release and a full list of major projects within the cooperation go to: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/5002

Contact:

Thomas Fr\u00f6hlich, +49 711 17 41361 (Daimler AG); thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com
Mia Nielsen, +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33 (Renault-Nissan Alliance); mia.nielsen@renault.com

Further information from Daimler is available at:
www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com

About Daimler
Daimler AG is one of the world\u2019s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world\u2019s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services. The company\u2019s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today: The Group\u2019s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate its customers. For many years now, Daimler has been investing continually in the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world\u2019s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2013, the Group sold 2.35 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 274,616 people; revenue totaled \u20ac118.0 billion and EBIT amounted to \u20ac10.8 billion.

ABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Paris, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany\u2019s Daimler, China\u2019s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

www.media.renault.com
www.nissan-newsroom.com
blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com


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+49 711 17 41361 (Daimler AG)
thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

Mia Nielsen
+33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33 (Renault-Nissan Alliance)
mia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tMEXICO (27 juin 2014) – L'Alliance Renault-Nissan et Daimler AG étendent leur coopération avec le développement commun de véhicules compacts haut de gamme, qui seront produits conjointement au Mexique.

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\r\n\tCarlos Ghosn, président-directeur général de Renault-Nissan, et Dieter Zetsche, président-directeur général de Daimler, ont annoncé aujourd'hui la création d’une coentreprise à 50/50, chargée de superviser la construction et l'exploitation de la future usine d'Aguascalientes, dans le centre nord du Mexique. Située à proximité immédiate de l’usine Nissan existante, cette nouvelle unité aura une capacité annuelle de 300 000 véhicules.

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\r\n\tLe démarrage de la production aura lieu en 2017 pour les modèles de marque Infiniti et en 2018 pour les véhicules Mercedes-Benz.

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\r\n\tDaimler et Nissan assumeront ensemble le coût global de l'investissement d’un montant d'environ 1 milliard d'euros. Ce projet devrait se traduire par près de 5 700 emplois supplémentaires (ingénierie, opérateurs, fonctions supports) lorsque l'usine atteindra sa pleine capacité, prévue pour 2021. Le taux élevé de localisation permettra en outre d'élargir sensiblement le pool de fournisseurs mexicains.

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\r\n\t« Le développement commun de véhicules compacts haut de gamme et leur production conjointe à Aguascalientes constituent l'un des plus importants projets entrepris en commun par l'Alliance Renault-Nissan et Daimler », a déclaré Carlos Ghosn, président-directeur général de l'Alliance Renault-Nissan. « Notre collaboration, entamée en Europe, a aujourd'hui atteint une échelle mondiale».

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\r\n\t«Nous allons poursuivre le partenariat fructueux qui nous unit à Aguascalientes, en le faisant passer au niveau supérieur, c'est-à-dire en alliant les compétences de nos deux entreprises, Daimler et Nissan, au sein d'une seule et même unité de production», a souligné Dieter Zetsche, président du Conseil d'administration de Daimler AG et patron de Mercedes-Benz Cars. «Quatre ans seulement après le début de notre coopération, la décision d'ouvrir cette nouvelle usine au Mexique représente une étape majeure. »

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\r\n\tLes véhicules Infiniti et Mercedes-Benz concernés par le projet seront développés conjointement mais garderont une identité propre à chacune des marques, avec une ligne et des caractéristiques distinctes. La collaboration entre NISSAN et Daimler s’étendra de la recherche et du design jusqu’à la production.

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\r\n\tUne coopération renforcée au Mexique

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\r\n\tÀ Aguascalientes, les deux partenaires bénéficieront de la présence de l’expertise des équipes de Nissan, qui produit des véhicules sur le site depuis 1992.

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\r\n\tEn novembre dernier, Nissan a ouvert la première tranche d'un complexe de fabrication de 2 milliards de dollars US à Aguascalientes – le plus récent des trois sites de montage du constructeur, ce qui porte à plus de 850 000 le nombre de véhicules produits annuellement par Nissan au Mexique.

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\r\n\tLe Mexique est déjà un marché important pour Daimler, qui dispose d'unités de production de camions et de véhicules de transport en commun à Saltillo, à Santiago Tianguistenco et à Garcia, d'un centre de distribution de pièces à San Luis Potosí et d'une usine d’assemblage  à Toluca. Daimler possède également un centre de formation et d'inspection avant livraison au Mexique.

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\r\n\tQuatre années de collaboration

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\r\n\tLa coopération entre  Daimler et l'Alliance Renault-Nissan a démarré en avril 2010 avec trois « projets piliers », essentiellement centrés sur l'Europe. Depuis, le champ de cette collaboration s'est étendu pour couvrir 12 grands projets, dont plusieurs initiatives majeures à l’international.

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\r\n\tInfiniti et Daimler viennent de démarrer  la production de moteurs essence quatre cylindres à Decherd, dans le Tennessee (États-Unis). Dotée d'une capacité de production annuelle de 250 000 unités, l'usine de Decherd fabrique des moteurs destinés aux modèles Mercedes-Benz Classe C et Infiniti Q50.

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\r\n\tL'Alliance Renault-Nissan et Daimler commercialiseront d'ici la fin de l'année les citadines smart et Twingo de nouvelle génération, développées sur une plateforme partagée – la Twingo et la smart quatre places seront produites à l'usine Renault de Novo Mesto, en Slovénie, tandis que la smart deux places sera fabriquée à Hambach, en France.

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\r\n\tPour le sujet vidéo et la liste complète des projets majeurs de la coopération, merci de suivre le lien suivant:
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\r\n\tContacts Presse:

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\r\n\tThomas Fröhlich, +49 711 17 41361 (Daimler AG); thomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen, +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33 (Renault-Nissan Alliance); Mia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tAbout Daimler
\r\n\tDaimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services. The company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today: The Group’s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate its customers. For many years now, Daimler has been investing continually in the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world’s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2013, the Group sold 2.35 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 274,616 people; revenue totaled €118.0 billion and EBIT amounted to €10.8 billion.

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\r\n\tABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Paris, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

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\r\n\twww.media.renault.com
\r\n\twww.nissan-newsroom.com
\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\t·Brazil’s gender gap closing as world’s fourth largest car group expands manufacturing footprint

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\r\n\t·Renault Brazil has 50% more women today compared with five years ago; the number of women on Renault Brazil’s assembly lines has doubled in five years

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\r\n\t·Women account for 20% of all of Nissan Brazil’s managers, as well as 20% of the workforce at headquarters

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\r\n\tSão Paulo, Brazil (May 26, 2014)—Brazil has become a case study for rapidly improving gender diversity at the Renault-Nissan Alliance, where the world’s fourth largest car group by volume is expanding its manufacturing footprint.

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\r\n\t“Brazil is a key pillar of growth for both Renault and Nissan, along with other emerging markets such as China and Russia,” said Marie-Françoise Damesin, Alliance Executive Vice President, Human Resources. “In these markets, we have been hiring rapidly – and that means we can execute change faster than in mature markets. That’s great news for gender equity.”

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\r\n\tTo cement its commitment to closing the gender gap in Latin America, the Alliance is partnering with Women’s Forum Brazil 2014, a networking summit in São Paulo for women in the public and private sectors. This marks the third straight year the Alliance is sponsoring the annual event which will take place May 26-27 at the São Paulo Hyatt Hotel.

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\r\n\tMore than 500 participants, including government officials and CEOs of leading companies from Brazil and other South American countries, will attend to discuss women’s achievements and challenges in creating a more gender-neutral society.

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\r\n\tNew manufacturing investments

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\r\n\tJust last month, Renault announced a new investment cycle in Brazil, already its No. 2 market after France. Renault is investing R$500 million (US$223 million) over the 2014-2019 period. This investment will be channeled into the development of two new cars at Renault’s plant in Curitiba.

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\r\n\tRenault will invest an additional R$240 million (US$107 million) over the next 10 years to support the creation of a new distribution center to supply Renault’s 275 outlets in Brazil and other markets. The investments are expected to help Renault boost its market share in Brazil to 8% in 2016, up from 6.6% in 2013.

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\r\n\tEarlier in April, Nissan inaugurated its R$2.6 billion (USD $1.5 billion*) industrial complex in Resende, Rio de Janeiro, one of the largest automotive investments by any manufacturer in the country. The new facility will be able to produce 200,000 vehicles and engines per year. (Watch Nissan’s video here: http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/blog/nissan-inaugurates-automotive-complex-brazil)

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\r\n\tThe investment is part of Nissan’s plan to achieve a 5% market share in Brazil and to become the number one Japanese automotive brand in the country.

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\r\n\tNissan Brazil is a sponsor of the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games which will be held in Rio de Janeiro. Nissan will provide 5,300 vehicles to transport athletes, officials and journalists during the Games – the first time they have been held in South America.

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\r\n\tTogether, Renault and Nissan sold more than 300,000 vehicles in Brazil in 2013, giving the Alliance an 8.8% market share.

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\r\n\tOn Tuesday, the Renault-Nissan Alliance will host the Women’s Forum Brazil closing lunch, which will be held under the theme “Expectations, Hopes, and Dreams, from Parent to Daughter.” The lunch will feature a discussion between two sets of famous parents and daughters: singers Fafá de Belém & Mariana Belém, as well as Luiza Helena Trajano, CEO of retail store Luiza, and her daughter Ana Luiza Trajano, chef of Brasil o Gusto.

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\r\n\tOlivier Murguet, CEO of Renault Brazil, will host the lunch. The session will be moderated by Sandra Regina Boccia, Editorial Director of Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios.

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan has partnered with the Women’s Forum since 2006 and has been a top sponsor of the organization’s premier global event, a 1,200-delegate conference in October in Deauville, France.

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\r\n\tABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The Alliance, which celebrated its 15th anniversary earlier this year, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance has strategic partnerships with other automakers including Germany’s Daimler, Japan’s Mitsubishi, China’s Dongfeng and India’s Ashok Leyland. For more information on Renault-Nissan, go to blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tAMSTERDAM (March 27, 2014)—The Renault-Nissan Alliance is celebrating its 15th anniversary today, only days before the global car group launches its next significant wave of integration.

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\r\n\tRenault and Nissan came together in1999, when Renault invested 643 billion yen (approximately 5 billion euros or US$ 5.4 billion at the time) for a 36.8% stake in Nissan, which at the time was close to bankruptcy. Since then, the companies have reached sales of 8.3 million units, up from 4.8 million units in 1999, and moved into the top tier of global automakers. Today, Renault has a 43.4% stake in Nissan, while Nissan has a 15% stake in Renault.

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\r\n\t“Together, Renault and Nissan have significantly expanded their global footprint and generated economies of scale vastly larger than either company could accomplish on its own,” said Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “Renault and Nissan have charted a unique course for 15 years, maximizing synergies while nurturing each company’s distinct brands and corporate culture.”

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is now the auto sector’s longest-lasting and most productive cross-cultural collaboration – a model business case in an industry notorious for corporate breakups.

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\r\n\tTo learn what independent, objective experts say about the Alliance and collaborations in the auto industry, watch this mini-documentary: http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/node/1856. To see a timeline of significant events in Alliance history, check out this interactive infographic: http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/page/timeline.

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\r\n\t2013: Another Record Year

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\r\n\tIn 2013, the Alliance, including AVTOVAZ - Russia’s largest automaker - sold a record 8.3 million cars.

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance accounts for one in 10 cars sold worldwide, the fourth largest car group globally. The Alliance has eight brands: Renault, Nissan, Renault Samsung, Infiniti, Venucia, Dacia, Datsun and Lada.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance generated approximately €2.8 billion in synergies in 2013, another new record. Synergies are generated from cost reductions, cost avoidance and revenue increases. Only new or incremental synergies – not cumulative synergies — are taken into account every year.

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\r\n\tBy 2016, that amount is expected to rise to at least €4.3 billion following the convergence of Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Human Resources on 1 April.

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\r\n\tConvergence marks the next step in the 15-year evolution of the Alliance. Under the convergence plan, the four key functions will be jointly managed by Renault and Nissan, with a newly appointed Alliance Executive Vice President leading each function, and a new management committee to oversee implementation.

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\r\n\tTo read the full convergence plan, click here: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/renault-and-nissan-to-converge-four-major-alliance-functions-1-april

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\r\n\tGrowing in Emerging Markets

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\r\n\tWhen the Renault-Nissan Alliance was formed in 1999, about 1% of total group sales came from the so-called BRICs -- Brazil, Russia, India and China. In 2013, more than 30% of total group sales came from these four countries alone. Also in 2013, the Alliance launched an all-new shared vehicle architecture specifically for emerging markets, called CMF-A.

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\r\n\tTo learn more about CMF-A and the Alliance’s emerging market offensive, click here: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/renault-nissan-confirms-new-vehicles-specifically-tailored-for-growth-markets

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan is also pioneering zero-emission mobility. In 2013, the Renault and Nissan sold a cumulative 134,000 zero-emission vehicles worldwide since December 2010 when Nissan LEAF went on sale, more than all major automakers combined.

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\r\n\tSince 1999, the Alliance has expanded to accommodate new projects and partners worldwide.  Today, the Alliance owns a majority stake in a joint venture that controls AVTOVAZ, Russia’s largest car maker. The Alliance also has important strategic relationships with Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng Motor, India’s Ashok Leyland and Japan’s Mitsubishi Motors.

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance employs about 450,000 people around the world, including at AVTOVAZ and Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company, Nissan’s joint venture with China’s Dongfeng Motor.

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\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tAMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (March 17, 2014) – The Renault-Nissan Alliance today announced it will begin implementing convergence initiatives in four key operational areas starting 1 April, with the goal of achieving at least €4.3 billion in annualized synergies by 2016.

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\r\n\tManagement teams and the boards of Renault and Nissan finalized the convergence plans following consultations with employee representatives. The Alliance initially launched convergence study projects in late January in four key areas: Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing, and Human Resources. 

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\r\n\tUnder the plan, these functions will be jointly managed by Renault and Nissan, with a newly appointed Alliance Executive Vice President leading each function, and a new management committee to oversee implementation.

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\r\n\t“Convergence within these four key business functions will result in an immediate increase in efficiency and leverage our size to achieve competitive economies of scale,” said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “The synergies will then enable us to deliver higher-value vehicles to customers and stay at the leading edge of innovation.”

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\r\n\tFour Converged Alliance Functions with New Leaders

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\r\n\tTo assist with the deployment and ongoing development of the new organizational structure, a new Management Committee Alliance will be established, headed by Carlos Ghosn. In addition, Christian Mardrus, Senior Vice President and Managing Director for the Alliance CEO Office and Global Logistics, will become Alliance Executive Vice President for Renault-Nissan BV and the Alliance CEO Office.

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\r\n\tTogether, Stronger for 15 Years

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\r\n\tConvergence in four key business functions is the latest step in the 15-year evolution of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which was formed on 27 March 1999.

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\r\n\tSince then, the Alliance has become the longest lasting and most productive cross-cultural collaboration in the auto industry. The companies have already integrated several functions, including information technology, logistics, customs and trade, and purchasing.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance has expanded significantly since its founding and now ranks among the world’s four largest automotive groups by sales volume. The Alliance has partnerships and joint ventures with Daimler, Mitsubishi, AvtoVAZ, Ashok Leyland and Dongfeng.

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\r\n\tPress release available online here: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/4928

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\r\n\tBios available here: http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/users/all

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\r\n\t\u041a\u043e\u043c\u043f\u0430\u043d\u0438\u044f Nissan Motor Corporation \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b\u0430 5 102 979 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432\u043e \u0432\u0441\u0435\u043c \u043c\u0438\u0440\u0435 — \u0440\u043e\u0441\u0442 \u0432 3,3% \u0438 \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u043f\u043e\u043a\u0430\u0437\u0430\u0442\u0435\u043b\u044c \u0447\u0435\u0442\u0432\u0435\u0440\u0442\u044b\u0439 \u043a\u0430\u043b\u0435\u043d\u0434\u0430\u0440\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u0433\u043e\u0434 \u043f\u043e\u0434\u0440\u044f\u0434. Nissan \u043f\u043e-\u043f\u0440\u0435\u0436\u043d\u0435\u043c\u0443 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0435\u0442 \u0431\u043e\u043b\u0435\u0435 \u043c\u0438\u043b\u043b\u0438\u043e\u043d\u0430 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u043d\u0430 \u0434\u0432\u0443\u0445 \u0441\u0432\u043e\u0438\u0445 \u043a\u0440\u0443\u043f\u043d\u0435\u0439\u0448\u0438\u0445 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0430\u0445: \u0432 \u041a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0435 \u0438 \u0421\u0428\u0410.

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\r\n\t\u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417, \u0432\u043b\u0430\u0434\u0435\u043b\u0435\u0446 \u043c\u0430\u0440\u043a\u0438 Lada, \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b 533 634 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044f \u0432\u043e \u0432\u0441\u0435\u043c \u043c\u0438\u0440\u0435, \u0447\u0442\u043e \u043d\u0430 12,1% \u043c\u0435\u043d\u044c\u0448\u0435 \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 2012 \u0433. \u043d\u0430 \u0444\u043e\u043d\u0435 \u0437\u0430\u043c\u0435\u0434\u043b\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044f \u0440\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430 \u044d\u043a\u043e\u043d\u043e\u043c\u0438\u043a\u0438 \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438.  \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441 Renault-Nissan \u0438\u043c\u0435\u0435\u0442 \u043a\u043e\u043d\u0442\u0440\u043e\u043b\u044c\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u043f\u0430\u043a\u0435\u0442 \u0430\u043a\u0446\u0438\u0439 \u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417\u0430, \u043a\u0440\u0443\u043f\u043d\u0435\u0439\u0448\u0435\u0433\u043e \u0440\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0439\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043f\u0440\u043e\u0438\u0437\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0438\u0442\u0435\u043b\u044f, \u0432 \u0440\u0430\u043c\u043a\u0430\u0445 \u0441\u043e\u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u043d\u043e\u0433\u043e \u043f\u0440\u0435\u0434\u043f\u0440\u0438\u044f\u0442\u0438\u044f \u0441 \u0433\u043e\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0440\u043f\u043e\u0440\u0430\u0446\u0438\u0435\u0439 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0435\u0445 (\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0435\u0435 «\u0420\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0435\u0445\u043d\u043e\u043b\u043e\u0433\u0438\u0438»). \u041d\u0430 \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044e \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441\u0430 Renault-Nissan \u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u0435 \u0441 \u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417\u043e\u043c \u043f\u0440\u0438\u0445\u043e\u0434\u0438\u0442\u0441\u044f \u043a\u0430\u0436\u0434\u044b\u0439 \u0442\u0440\u0435\u0442\u0438\u0439 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043d\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044c \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438.

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\r\n\t\u041e\u0441\u043d\u043e\u0432\u043d\u044b\u0435 \u0440\u0435\u0437\u0443\u043b\u044c\u0442\u0430\u0442\u044b Renault \u0438 Nissan

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\r\n\t\u0414\u0435\u0441\u044f\u0442\u044c\u044e \u043a\u0440\u0443\u043f\u043d\u0435\u0439\u0448\u0438\u043c\u0438 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0430\u043c\u0438 \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441\u0430 \u0432 2013 \u0433. \u0441\u0442\u0430\u043b\u0438 \u041a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0439, \u0421\u0428\u0410, \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u044f, \u042f\u043f\u043e\u043d\u0438\u044f, \u0424\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0446\u0438\u044f, \u041c\u0435\u043a\u0441\u0438\u043a\u0430, \u0411\u0440\u0430\u0437\u0438\u043b\u0438\u044f, \u0413\u0435\u0440\u043c\u0430\u043d\u0438\u044f, \u0412\u0435\u043b\u0438\u043a\u043e\u0431\u0440\u0438\u0442\u0430\u043d\u0438\u044f \u0438 \u0422\u0443\u0440\u0446\u0438\u044f.

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\r\n\t\u0412 \u041a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0435, \u043a\u0440\u0443\u043f\u043d\u0435\u0439\u0448\u0435\u043c \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044c\u043d\u043e\u043c \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0435 \u043c\u0438\u0440\u0430, \u0432 2013 \u0433. Nissan \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b\u0430 \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0435 1 266 167 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 (+17,2%). Nissan \u044f\u0432\u043b\u044f\u0435\u0442\u0441\u044f \u0432\u0435\u0434\u0443\u0449\u0435\u0439 \u044f\u043f\u043e\u043d\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0439 \u043c\u0430\u0440\u043a\u043e\u0439 \u0432 \u041a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0435 \u0441 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u043e\u0439 \u0434\u043e\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432 5,9%. \u0420\u0435\u0437\u0443\u043b\u044c\u0442\u0430\u0442\u044b Nissan \u0432\u043a\u043b\u044e\u0447\u0430\u044e\u0442 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 \u0435\u0435 \u043b\u043e\u043a\u0430\u043b\u044c\u043d\u043e\u0433\u043e \u043a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0439\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0431\u0440\u0435\u043d\u0434\u0430 Venucia, \u0432\u044b\u043f\u0443\u0441\u043a\u0430\u0435\u043c\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0432 \u0441\u043e\u0442\u0440\u0443\u0434\u043d\u0438\u0447\u0435\u0441\u0442\u0432\u0435 \u0441 Dongfeng Motor.

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\r\n\t\u0412 \u0434\u0435\u043a\u0430\u0431\u0440\u0435 2013 \u0433. Renault \u043e\u0431\u044a\u044f\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0430 \u043e \u043f\u043e\u043b\u0443\u0447\u0435\u043d\u0438\u0438 \u0440\u0430\u0437\u0440\u0435\u0448\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044f \u043e\u0442 \u043a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0439\u0441\u043a\u0438\u0445 \u0432\u043b\u0430\u0441\u0442\u0435\u0439 \u043d\u0430 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0438\u0437\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0441\u0442\u0432\u043e \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432 \u041a\u0438\u0442\u0430\u0435 \u0432 2016 \u0433. \u0432 \u0440\u0430\u043c\u043a\u0430\u0445 \u0441\u043e\u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u043d\u043e\u0433\u043e \u043f\u0440\u0435\u0434\u043f\u0440\u0438\u044f\u0442\u0438\u044f \u0441 Dongfeng. \u0414\u0430\u043d\u043d\u043e\u0435 \u043f\u0430\u0440\u0442\u043d\u0451\u0440\u0441\u0442\u0432\u043e \u043f\u0440\u0435\u0434\u0443\u0441\u043c\u0430\u0442\u0440\u0438\u0432\u0430\u0435\u0442 \u0441\u0442\u0440\u043e\u0438\u0442\u0435\u043b\u044c\u0441\u0442\u0432\u043e \u0437\u0430\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0430 \u0432 \u0433. \u0423\u0445\u0430\u043d. \u041d\u0430\u0447\u0430\u043b\u044c\u043d\u0430\u044f \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0438\u0437\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0438\u0442\u0435\u043b\u044c\u043d\u043e\u0441\u0442\u044c \u043d\u043e\u0432\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0437\u0430\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0430 \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u0442 150 000 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432 \u0433\u043e\u0434 \u0441 \u0434\u0430\u043b\u044c\u043d\u0435\u0439\u0448\u0438\u043c \u0435\u0451 \u0443\u0432\u0435\u043b\u0438\u0447\u0435\u043d\u0438\u0435\u043c \u0432 \u0434\u0432\u0430 \u0440\u0430\u0437\u0430.

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\r\n\t\u0412 \u0421\u0428\u0410 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 Nissan (\u0441 \u0443\u0447\u0435\u0442\u043e\u043c Infiniti) \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0438 1 248 421 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439, \u0447\u0442\u043e \u043d\u0430 9,4% \u0431\u043e\u043b\u044c\u0448\u0435 \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 2012 \u0433. \u041f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 \u043c\u0430\u0440\u043a\u0438 Nissan \u0432\u044b\u0440\u043e\u0441\u043b\u0438 \u043d\u0430 10,8% \u0434\u043e \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0445 1 131 966 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0437\u0430 \u0441\u0447\u0435\u0442 \u0432\u044b\u0441\u043e\u043a\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0441\u043f\u0440\u043e\u0441\u0430 \u043d\u0430 \u0442\u0430\u043a\u0438\u0435 \u043c\u043e\u0434\u0435\u043b\u0438, \u043a\u0430\u043a \u0441\u0435\u0434\u0430\u043d Altima, \u043a\u0440\u043e\u0441\u0441\u043e\u0432\u0435\u0440 Rogue, \u043a\u043e\u043c\u043f\u0430\u043a\u0442\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u0445\u044d\u0442\u0447\u0431\u0435\u043a Versa \u0438 \u044d\u043b\u0435\u043a\u0442\u0440\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044c Nissan Leaf. \u0412 2013 \u0433. Nissan \u0438 Infiniti \u0437\u0430\u0432\u043e\u0435\u0432\u0430\u043b\u0438 8,0% \u0432\u0441\u0435\u0433\u043e \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0430 \u0421\u0428\u0410, \u0447\u0442\u043e \u043d\u0430 0,1 \u043f\u0443\u043d\u043a\u0442\u0430 \u0431\u043e\u043b\u044c\u0448\u0435 \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0448\u043b\u044b\u043c \u0433\u043e\u0434\u043e\u043c.

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\r\n\t\u041d\u0435\u0441\u043c\u043e\u0442\u0440\u044f \u043d\u0430 \u043f\u0430\u0434\u0435\u043d\u0438\u0435 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044c\u043d\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0430 \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438, Renault \u0443\u0432\u0435\u043b\u0438\u0447\u0438\u043b\u0430 \u0441\u0432\u043e\u0438 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 \u043d\u0430 10,7% \u0434\u043e \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0445 210 099 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439. \u041f\u043e \u0440\u0435\u0437\u0443\u043b\u044c\u0442\u0430\u0442\u0430\u043c 2013 \u0433. \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u044f \u044f\u0432\u043b\u044f\u0435\u0442\u0441\u044f \u0442\u0440\u0435\u0442\u044c\u0438\u043c \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u043e\u043c \u0434\u043b\u044f Renault \u043f\u043e\u0441\u043b\u0435 \u0424\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0446\u0438\u0438 \u0438 \u0411\u0440\u0430\u0437\u0438\u043b\u0438\u0438.

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\r\n\tRenault \u0441\u0442\u0430\u043b\u0430 \u043b\u0438\u0434\u0435\u0440\u043e\u043c \u0440\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0439\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0433\u043e \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0430 \u0438\u043d\u043e\u043c\u0430\u0440\u043e\u043a \u0438 \u0432\u0442\u043e\u0440\u043e\u0439 \u043c\u0430\u0440\u043a\u043e\u0439 \u043f\u043e\u0441\u043b\u0435 Lada \u0431\u043b\u0430\u0433\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0440\u044f \u043f\u043e\u043f\u0443\u043b\u044f\u0440\u043d\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0438 \u0441\u0432\u043e\u0435\u0433\u043e \u043a\u0440\u043e\u0441\u0441\u043e\u0432\u0435\u0440\u0430 Duster. \u0420\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f Renault \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438 \u0434\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0438\u0433\u043b\u0430 \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0445 7,6% (+1,1 \u043f\u0443\u043d\u043a\u0442\u0430). Nissan \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b\u0430 154 996 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438 (\u0441 \u0443\u0447\u0451\u0442\u043e\u043c \u0431\u0440\u0435\u043d\u0434\u0430 Infiniti), \u0430 \u0435\u0435 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f \u0432\u044b\u0440\u043e\u0441\u043b\u0430 \u043d\u0430 0,1 \u043f\u0443\u043d\u043a\u0442\u0430 \u0434\u043e 5,6%.

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\r\n\t\u041f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 Nissan \u043d\u0430 \u0441\u0432\u043e\u0435\u043c \u0440\u043e\u0434\u043d\u043e\u043c \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0435 \u0432 \u042f\u043f\u043e\u043d\u0438\u0438 \u0432\u044b\u0440\u043e\u0441\u043b\u0438 \u043d\u0430 2,9% \u0434\u043e 678 824 \u0435\u0434\u0438\u043d\u0438\u0446, \u0432\u043a\u043b\u044e\u0447\u0430\u044f \u043c\u0438\u043d\u0438-\u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0438. \u041f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 \u043c\u0438\u043d\u0438-\u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u043f\u043e\u0434\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0447\u0438\u043b\u0438 \u043d\u0430 21,3% \u0434\u043e 185 929 \u0435\u0434\u0438\u043d\u0438\u0446, \u0434\u0435\u043c\u043e\u043d\u0441\u0442\u0440\u0438\u0440\u0443\u044f \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0435 \u043f\u043e\u043a\u0430\u0437\u0430\u0442\u0435\u043b\u0438 \u0432\u0442\u043e\u0440\u043e\u0439 \u0433\u043e\u0434 \u043f\u043e\u0434\u0440\u044f\u0434. \u0420\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f Nissan \u0432 \u042f\u043f\u043e\u043d\u0438\u0438 \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0430 12,6% (+0,3 \u043f\u0443\u043d\u043a\u0442\u0430 \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 2012 \u0433.).

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\r\n\t\u0412\u043e \u0424\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0446\u0438\u0438 \u0413\u0440\u0443\u043f\u043f\u0430 Renault \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b\u0430 547 693 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044f (-0,7%). \u041c\u0430\u0440\u043a\u0435 Renault \u043f\u0440\u0438\u043d\u0430\u0434\u043b\u0435\u0436\u0438\u0442 \u0448\u0435\u0441\u0442\u044c \u0438\u0437 \u0434\u0435\u0441\u044f\u0442\u043a\u0438 \u0441\u0430\u043c\u044b\u0445 \u043f\u043e\u043f\u0443\u043b\u044f\u0440\u043d\u044b\u0445 \u043b\u0435\u0433\u043a\u043e\u0432\u044b\u0445 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432\u043e \u0424\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0446\u0438\u0438 \u0432 2013 \u0433., \u0441\u0440\u0435\u0434\u0438 \u043a\u043e\u0442\u043e\u0440\u044b\u0445 – \u0445\u044d\u0442\u0447\u0431\u0435\u043a Clio (\u0441\u0430\u043c\u044b\u0439 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0432\u0430\u0435\u043c\u044b\u0439 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044c \u0432 \u0441\u0442\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0435) \u0438 Captur (\u0441\u0430\u043c\u044b\u0439 \u043f\u043e\u043f\u0443\u043b\u044f\u0440\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u043a\u0440\u043e\u0441\u0441\u043e\u0432\u0435\u0440). \u0420\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f Renault \u0432\u043e \u0424\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0446\u0438\u0438 \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0430 25,4%.

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\r\n\t\u041c\u0435\u043a\u0441\u0438\u043a\u0430 \u0441\u0442\u0430\u043b\u0430 \u0435\u0449\u0435 \u043e\u0434\u043d\u0438\u043c \u0443\u0441\u043f\u0435\u0448\u043d\u044b\u043c \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u043e\u043c \u0434\u043b\u044f \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441\u0430 \u0432 2013 \u0433. Nissan \u0443\u0434\u0435\u0440\u0436\u0430\u043b\u0430 \u043b\u0438\u0434\u0438\u0440\u0443\u044e\u0449\u0443\u044e \u043f\u043e\u0437\u0438\u0446\u0438\u044e \u043d\u0430 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0435 \u0431\u043b\u0430\u0433\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0440\u044f \u0443\u0432\u0435\u043b\u0438\u0447\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436 \u043d\u0430 7,6% \u0434\u043e \u0440\u0435\u043a\u043e\u0440\u0434\u043d\u044b\u0445 264 463 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439. \u0420\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f Nissan \u043d\u0435 \u0438\u0437\u043c\u0435\u043d\u0438\u043b\u0430\u0441\u044c \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 2012 \u0433. \u0438 \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0430 24,9%.

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\r\n\t\u0412 \u0418\u043d\u0434\u0438\u0438, \u0441\u0442\u0440\u0430\u0442\u0435\u0433\u0438\u0447\u0435\u0441\u043a\u0438 \u0432\u0430\u0436\u043d\u043e\u043c \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0435, \u0433\u0434\u0435 \u0440\u0430\u0441\u043f\u043e\u043b\u043e\u0436\u0435\u043d \u043f\u0435\u0440\u0432\u044b\u0439 \u0437\u0430\u0432\u043e\u0434 \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441\u0430, \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436\u0438 Renault \u0432\u0437\u043b\u0435\u0442\u0435\u043b\u0438 \u043d\u0430 83,1% \u0434\u043e 64 368 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439, \u043d\u0435\u0441\u043c\u043e\u0442\u0440\u044f \u043d\u0430 \u043f\u0430\u0434\u0435\u043d\u0438\u0435 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0430 \u043b\u0435\u0433\u043a\u043e\u0432\u044b\u0445 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u043d\u0430 7,5%. \u0423\u0432\u0435\u0440\u0435\u043d\u043d\u044b\u0439 \u0440\u043e\u0441\u0442 \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0436 Renault \u043e\u0431\u0443\u0441\u043b\u043e\u0432\u043b\u0435\u043d \u0443\u0441\u043f\u0435\u0445\u043e\u043c Duster, \u0431\u043b\u0430\u0433\u043e\u0434\u0430\u0440\u044f \u043a\u043e\u0442\u043e\u0440\u043e\u043c\u0443 Renault \u0441\u0442\u0430\u043b\u0430 \u0432\u0435\u0434\u0443\u0449\u0438\u043c \u0435\u0432\u0440\u043e\u043f\u0435\u0439\u0441\u043a\u0438\u043c \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043f\u0440\u043e\u0438\u0437\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0438\u0442\u0435\u043b\u0435\u043c \u043d\u0430 \u0440\u044b\u043d\u043a\u0435. \u0420\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f Renault \u0432 \u0418\u043d\u0434\u0438\u0438 \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u043b\u0430 2,6%, \u0443\u0432\u0435\u043b\u0438\u0447\u0438\u0432\u0448\u0438\u0441\u044c \u0432\u0434\u0432\u043e\u0435 \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 2012 \u0433.

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\r\n\t\u041e\u0441\u043d\u043e\u0432\u043d\u044b\u0435 \u0440\u0435\u0437\u0443\u043b\u044c\u0442\u0430\u0442\u044b \u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417\u0430
\r\n\t\u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417, \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0438\u0437\u0432\u043e\u0434\u0438\u0442\u0435\u043b\u044c \u043b\u0435\u0433\u0435\u043d\u0434\u0430\u0440\u043d\u043e\u0439 \u043c\u0430\u0440\u043a\u0438 Lada, \u0432 2013 \u0433. \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b 456 309 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u0435\u0439 \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438. \u0412 2013 \u0433. Renault-Nissan \u0438 AVTOVAZ \u0441\u043e\u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u043d\u043e \u043f\u0440\u043e\u0434\u0430\u043b\u0438 821 404 \u0430\u0432\u0442\u043e\u043c\u043e\u0431\u0438\u043b\u044f \u0432 \u0420\u043e\u0441\u0441\u0438\u0438, \u0447\u0442\u043e \u043d\u0430 7,8% \u043c\u0435\u043d\u044c\u0448\u0435 \u043f\u043e \u0441\u0440\u0430\u0432\u043d\u0435\u043d\u0438\u044e \u0441 2012 \u0433. \u042d\u0442\u043e\u0442 \u0440\u0435\u0437\u0443\u043b\u044c\u0442\u0430\u0442 \u043e\u0431\u0443\u0441\u043b\u043e\u0432\u043b\u0435\u043d \u043e\u0431\u0449\u0438\u043c \u0441\u043f\u0430\u0434\u043e\u043c \u044d\u043a\u043e\u043d\u043e\u043c\u0438\u043a\u0438 \u0432 \u0441\u0442\u0440\u0430\u043d\u0435. \u0420\u044b\u043d\u043e\u0447\u043d\u0430\u044f \u0434\u043e\u043b\u044f \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441\u0430, \u0432\u043a\u043b\u044e\u0447\u0430\u044f \u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417, \u0434\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0438\u0433\u043b\u0430 29,7%.

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\r\n\t\u0412 \u0434\u0435\u043a\u0430\u0431\u0440\u0435 2012 \u0433. \u0410\u043b\u044c\u044f\u043d\u0441 Renault-Nissan \u0441\u043e\u0437\u0434\u0430\u043b \u0441\u043e\u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u043d\u043e\u0435 \u043f\u0440\u0435\u0434\u043f\u0440\u0438\u044f\u0442\u0438\u0435 \u0441 \u0433\u043e\u0441\u043a\u043e\u0440\u043f\u043e\u0440\u0430\u0446\u0438\u0435\u0439 «\u0420\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0435\u0445», \u043a\u043e\u0442\u043e\u0440\u043e\u0435 \u0432\u043b\u0430\u0434\u0435\u0435\u0442 \u043a\u043e\u043d\u0442\u0440\u043e\u043b\u044c\u043d\u044b\u043c \u043f\u0430\u043a\u0435\u0442\u043e\u043c \u0430\u043a\u0446\u0438\u0439 \u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417\u0430. \u0423\u0440\u043e\u0432\u0435\u043d\u044c \u0438\u043d\u0432\u0435\u0441\u0442\u0438\u0446\u0438\u0439 Renault-Nissan \u0432 \u0441\u043e\u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u043d\u043e\u0435 \u043f\u0440\u0435\u0434\u043f\u0440\u0438\u044f\u0442\u0438\u0435 \u0434\u043b\u044f \u043c\u043e\u0434\u0435\u0440\u043d\u0438\u0437\u0430\u0446\u0438\u0438 \u0410\u0412\u0422\u041e\u0412\u0410\u0417\u0430 \u0441\u043e\u0441\u0442\u0430\u0432\u0438\u0442 23 \u043c\u0438\u043b\u043b\u0438\u0430\u0440\u0434\u0430 \u0440\u0443\u0431\u043b\u0435\u0439 (742 \u043c\u0438\u043b\u043b\u0438\u043e\u043d\u0430 \u0434\u043e\u043b\u043b\u0430\u0440\u043e\u0432 \u0421\u0428\u0410). \u0412 \u0440\u0435\u0437\u0443\u043b\u044c\u0442\u0430\u0442\u0435 \u044d\u0442\u0438\u0445 \u0432\u043b\u043e\u0436\u0435\u043d\u0438\u0439 Renault\u2011Nissan \u043f\u043e\u043b\u0443\u0447\u0438\u0442 67,13% \u043a\u0430\u043f\u0438\u0442\u0430\u043b\u0430 \u0441\u043e\u0432\u043c\u0435\u0441\u0442\u043d\u043e\u0433\u043e \u043f\u0440\u0435\u0434\u043f\u0440\u0438\u044f\u0442\u0438\u044f \u043a \u0441\u0435\u0440\u0435\u0434\u0438\u043d\u0435 2014 \u0433.

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 6 10 83 31 33
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tPARIS (Feb. 7, 2014) — The Renault-Nissan Alliance sold a record 8,264,821  vehicles in 2013, propelled by record sales in the car group’s two largest markets, China and the United States.

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan’s 2013 calendar-year sales, which include sales of Russia’s AVTOVAZ, increased 2.1% from 2012. This marks the fifth straight year of sales growth. Together, Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ account for one in ten cars sold worldwide.

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\r\n\t“Strong demand in the world’s top markets more than offset anemic growth and declines elsewhere,” said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “We will always experience periods of regional instability, but we remain bullish: The auto industry is a long-term growth story – and the Renault-Nissan Alliance is well positioned to continue to play a major role in all major segments globally.”

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\r\n\tRenault group sold 2,628,208 units worldwide in 2013, up 3.1% from 2012. Sales in Europe rose 2.4% to 1,301,864 units despite a 1.7% decline in the overall market. Renault’s European market share rose 0.4 percentage points to 9.5%, making it the fastest growing automotive group in Europe in 2013.

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\r\n\tRenault continued to generate more than 50% of its sales outside of Europe for the second consecutive year with sales outside of the home continent totaling 1,326,344 units, up 3.8% from 2012.

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\r\n\tNissan Motor Corporation sold 5,102,979 units worldwide, up 3.3% - a record for the fourth straight calendar year. Nissan continued to generate more than one million units in its two biggest markets: China and the United States.

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\r\n\tAVTOVAZ, owner of the iconic LADA brand, sold 533,634 vehicles globally, down 12.1% from 2012 amid the economic slowdown in Russia.  The Renault-Nissan Alliance has a majority stake in AVTOVAZ, Russia’s largest automaker, through a joint venture with state corporation RosTech (formerly known as Russia Technologies). Together, the Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ sell about one in three cars in Russia.

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\r\n\tRenault and Nissan highlights

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\r\n\tThe Alliance’s top ten markets in 2013 were China, US, Russia, Japan, France, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, the UK and Turkey.

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\r\n\tIn China, the world’s largest auto market, Nissan sold a record 1,266,167 units in 2013, up 17.2%. Nissan is the leading Japanese brand in China, with a 5.9% market share. Nissan’s sales include Venucia, its local Chinese brand with partner Dongfeng Motor.

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\r\n\tIn December 2013, Renault announced it had received approval from Chinese authorities to start producing cars in China in 2016 through a joint venture with Dongfeng. The joint venture will establish a plant in Wuhan with production capacity of 150,000 units a year, with the potential to double that figure in the future.

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\r\n\tIn the United States, Nissan reported sales of 1,248,421 units for Nissan and Infiniti brand vehicles, up 9.4% compared with 2012. Nissan brand sales increased 10.8.% to a record 1,131,966 units amid strong demand for several models including the Altima sedan, the Rogue crossover, the Versa compact car and the all-electric Nissan LEAF. Nissan and Infiniti together held a market share of 8.0% in the US in 2013, a 0.1 percentage point increase versus the prior year.

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\r\n\tDespite the economic downturn in Russia, Renault’s sales increased 10.7% to a record 210,099 units. Russia is Renault’s third-largest market after France and Brazil.

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\r\n\tRenault was Russia’s leading foreign brand and second most popular brand in 2013 after Lada thanks to the popularity of its Duster SUV. Renault’s market share stood at record 7.6%, up 1.1 percentage points. Nissan sold 154,996 units in Russia and its market share edged up 0.1 percentage points to 5.6%.

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\r\n\tIn its home market Japan, Nissan’s sales grew 2.9% to 678,824 units, including mini-vehicles. Mini-vehicles jumped 21.3% to 185,929 units, a record for the second straight year. Nissan’s market share in Japan was 12.6%, up 0.3 percentage points from 2012.

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\r\n\tIn France, Renault’s home market, Renault’s group sales totaled 547,693 units, down 0.7%. Renault had six vehicles among France’s top ten passenger cars in 2013, including the compact Clio, the best-selling car in the country, and Captur, the most popular crossover. Renault’s market share was 25.4%.

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\r\n\tMexico marked another bright spot for the Alliance in 2013. Nissan remained the number one brand in the country with sales rising 7.6% to 264,463 units, marking an all-time calendar year record. Nissan’s market share stood at 24.9%, unchanged from 2012.

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\r\n\tIn India, a key strategic market for the Alliance in the future and home to its first dedicated Alliance plant, Renault’s sales soared 83.1% to 64,368 units despite a 7.5% slump in the passenger car market. Renault’s sales were boosted by the success of Duster, making Renault the leading European automaker in the market. Renault’s market share in India stood at 2.6%, almost double that of 2012.

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\r\n\tAVTOVAZ highlights

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\r\n\tAVTOVAZ, the maker of the iconic Lada brand, sold 456,309 vehicles in Russia in 2013. Together Renault-Nissan and AVTOVAZ sold 821,404 units in Russia in 2013, down 7.8% from 2012 as the overall economy slowed. The Alliance’s market share, including AVTOVAZ, stood at 29.6%.

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\r\n\tIn December 2012, the Renault-Nissan Alliance created a joint venture with state corporation RosTech to take control of AVTOVAZ. Renault-Nissan will invest RUB23 billion (US$ 742 million) in the joint venture to help modernize AVTOVAZ. The investment will give Renault-Nissan 67.13% of the joint venture by mid-2014.

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\r\n\tBy 2016, the Alliance and AVTOVAZ are expected to have a production capacity of at least 1.7 million cars per year in Russia. Today their joint manufacturing complex in Togliatti is home to one of the largest platform-sharing programs in the Renault-Nissan Alliance. The site – one of the world’s largest car plants -- already produces the LADA Largus and the Nissan Almera. Production will soon span five models across four brands – LADA, Renault, Nissan and Datsun.
\r\n\tInvestments in this project will total about €400 million.

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\r\n\tZero-emission highlights  

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is the only automaker with a wide range of 100% electric vehicles (EVs) which can be charged with purely renewable energy.

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\r\n\tIn 2013, the Alliance sold 66,809 electric vehicles worldwide, up 52% from the previous year. Sales of the Nissan LEAF rose 77% to 47,716 units, while sales of Renault’s four electric vehicle models – Kangoo Z.E., Fluence Z.E., ZOE and Twizy - grew 13% to 19,093 units.

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\r\n\tIn France alone, the Kangoo Z.E. small van sold 4,174 units, up 46% from 2012, representing about 12% of all Kangoo light commercial vehicles sales.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance’s worldwide zero-emission market share in 2013 stood at 63%, including Twizy, Renault’s two-seater urban commuter. LEAF was the world’s best-selling EV with a market share of 45% in 2013. In Europe, Renault was the leader with a 38.6% share.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance sold a cumulative 134,383 zero-emission vehicles globally from December 2010 – when Nissan LEAF went on sale - until the end of 2013, more than all major automakers combined.

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\r\n\tNissan LEAF sold a cumulative 96,847 units during that period. On January 20, 2014, Nissan celebrated the sale of its 100,000th LEAF to a customer in the U.K. 

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\r\n\tSince the debut of Renault’s first EV - the Kangoo Z.E. - in October 2011 until the end of 2013, the French automaker sold 37,536 zero-emission vehicles cumulatively.

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\r\n\tTop 10 Alliance Markets

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tChina

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t1,300,324

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t6.1%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tUS

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t1,248,421

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t8.0%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t821,404

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t29.6%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tJapan

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t682,592

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t12.7%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tFrance

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t612,885

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t28.4%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tBrazil

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t314,158

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t8.8%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t285,650

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t218,693

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t6.9%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t205,334

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t8.1%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tTurkey

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t164,001

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\r\n\t Top 10 Renault Markets

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tFrance

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t547,693

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t25.4%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tBrazil

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t236,360

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t6.6%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tRussia

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t210,099

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t7.6%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tGermany

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t162,509

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t5.1%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tTurkey

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t144,706

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t17.0%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tArgentina

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t141,217

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t15.4%

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\tAlgeria

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t111,378

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\r\n\t\t\t\t\t128,171

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\r\n\tABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE
\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.3 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2013. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany’s Daimler, Japan’s Mitsubishi, China’s Dongfeng, and India’s Ashok Leyland.

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\r\n\tContact:
\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 6 10 83 31 33
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 6 10 83 31 33
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance Communications
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\r\n\tAmsterdam, Netherlands (January 30, 2014) – The Renault-Nissan Alliance is launching convergence projects in four key functions to enhance performance and achieve at least a €4.3 billion annualized synergy goal by 2016.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance announced today that it will study increased convergence in Research & Development, Manufacturing & Logistics, Purchasing, and Human Resources to be jointly managed by Renault and Nissan.

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\r\n\t“Renault and Nissan’s partnership is fundamentally based on mutual respect and an attitude where all ‘win-win’ projects move forward on the fast track,” said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “With the new convergence projects, we will continue on the same path and with the same principles of respect and transparency -- at an accelerated pace.”

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\r\n\tFour Areas of Focus

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\r\n\tFour operations are launching convergence projects, including:

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\r\n\tThe convergence projects are expected to be presented to the appropriate employee representation and corporate decision-making bodies for Renault in France and for Nissan in Japan, and confirmed by the end of the first quarter 2014 for implementation.

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\r\n\tTogether, Stronger for 15 Years

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\r\n\tRenault and Nissan form the longest lasting and most productive cross-cultural collaboration in the auto industry. The companies joined forces in 1999. Since then, the two companies have converged functions including information technology, logistics, customs and trade, and purchasing.

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\r\n\tThe Alliance has expanded significantly since founding and now ranks as the world’s fourth largest automotive group by volume. The Alliance encompasses partnerships and joint-ventures including Daimler, Mitsubishi, AVTOVAZ, Ashok Leyland and Dong Feng.

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance Communications
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com
\r\n\thttp://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tPress release and video news release available here: www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/4765

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\r\n\tAlliance Facts & Figures pdf: http://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/download?id=4756&pn=220850-pdf

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance Communications
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\r\n\tPARIS-STUTTGART (Dec. 10, 2013)—Renault SAS and Daimler AG have won the prestigious 2013 Franco-German Business Award for their industrial cooperation, which has expanded significantly since Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance joined forces in  2010.

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\r\n\tAwarded by the Franco-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the prize recognizes French and German companies that are benchmarks for cooperation in four areas: industrial cooperation, the environment, innovation and new technologies, and human resources.

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\r\n\t“By every objective measure, this cooperation is one of the most productive in the auto industry, enabling all partners to increase economies of scale while keeping our brands and products distinct,” said Carlos Ghosn, chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance.

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\r\n\t“The partnership has grown substantially beyond its initial scope,” added Dieter Zetsche, Daimler CEO and head of Mercedes-Benz Cars. “What started as a cooperation with projects focused primarily on small cars in Europe is now a diverse portfolio of projects globally, and we see no barriers to future growth.”

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\r\n\tThe first products of the 2010 Daimler and Renault-Nissan strategic cooperation are already on the road: in September 2012, Daimler released its Mercedes-Benz Citan city van, which is based on Renault’s Kangoo, the inventor of this market segment. The vehicle is produced in Renault’s plant in Maubeuge, France, where Renault also produces its Kangoo light commercial vehicle.

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\r\n\tThe Citan, which accounts for about 25% of total production output in Maubeuge, increases job security and efficiency at the plant in eastern France. The Citan also features a jointly developed Renault-Daimler four-cylinder, 1.5 liter diesel engine. A variant of this engine had its market introduction in the new Mercedes-Benz A-and B-Class models in 2012.

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\r\n\t“The Citan project required an unprecedented amount of trust and transparency among French and German colleagues who never before worked together. It demonstrates how deep the partnership has penetrated into our manufacturing processes and our collective workforces,” said Jacques Verdonck, Renault-Nissan Alliance Director for the Strategic Cooperation with Daimler. Verdonck, who accepted the award on behalf of Renault at the awards ceremony in Paris, was the lead negotiator for the strategic cooperation between Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler.

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\r\n\t“The project required daily working-together by teams in Germany and France: to understand each other and to speak a common language, with common guidelines, milestones and product definitions,” said Gero Herrmann, Senior Vice President Cooperation Coordination Renault-Nissan at Daimler. “Cooperation isn’t magic but is the result of hard work every day, and our teams have delivered and continue to deliver consistently.”

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\r\n\tEuropean roots with global scope
\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan and Daimler strategic cooperation is bound together by cross-shareholdings. In 2010, Daimler took a 3.1% share in Renault and Nissan, which in turn each have a 1.55% share in Daimler.

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\r\n\tThe partnership is managed by a Cooperation Committee which is chaired by Mr. Ghosn and Mr. Zetsche and consists of senior executives from Renault, Nissan, the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler. This governance board meets 10 times a year to ensure the implementation of the agreed projects and to discuss proposals for further cooperation projects.

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\r\n\tIn addition to sharing engines, Renault and Daimler are also working on the next-generation Twingo and four-seat smart production in Novo Mesto, Slovenia. These small cars are now jointly developed on the basis of a shared architecture, but will remain independent products with an unmistakable brand identity. The cars will be launched in the second half of 2014.

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\r\n\tNissan and Daimler are also working on several bi-lateral projects, including joint production of Mercedes-Benz four-cylinder gasoline engines at Nissan’s powertrain assembly plant in Decherd, Tennessee, USA. Production of the engines, which will be fitted on Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti models, will begin in mid 2014, with installed capacity of 250,000 units per year once full ramp-up is achieved. In addition, Nissan, Daimler and Ford Motor Co. are working on the development of a joint fuel-cell stack and system to accelerate the market-readiness of fuel-cell electric vehicles.

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\r\n\tThe 2013 industrial cooperation award was presented by President of the Franco-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry Guy Maugis to Jacques Verdonck, Renault-Nissan Alliance Director for the Strategic Cooperation with Daimler, and Gero Herrmann, Senior Vice President Cooperation Coordination Renault-Nissan, at a ceremony in Paris on December 9, 2013.

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\r\n\tThe jury for the 2013 Franco-German Business Award was comprised of 10 French and German CEOs, economists and journalists. About 350 guests attended the event, including Fleur Pellerin, French minister for small and medium enterprises, innovation, and the digital economy, and Philipp Rösler, Germany’s federal minister of economics and technology.

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\r\n\tAbout the Renault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Boulogne-Billancourt, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India. For more information, go to: blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com.

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\r\n\tAbout Daimler
\r\n\tDaimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services.

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\r\n\tThe company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today: The Group’s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate its customers. For many years now,

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\r\n\tDaimler has been investing continually in the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler sells its vehicles and

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\r\n\tservices in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world’s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart

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\r\n\t(stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2012, the Group sold 2.2 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 275,000 people; revenue totaled €114.3 billion and EBIT amounted to €8.6 billion.

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\r\n\tContacts:
\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tThomas Fröhlich
\r\n\tDaimler AG
\r\n\t+49-711/17-4 13 61
\r\n\tthomas.f.froehlich@daimler.com

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
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\r\n\tThomas Fröhlich
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\r\n\tMoscow, Russia, November 25, 2013—IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Renault-Nissan Alliance are joining forces to provide advice and technical support to auto parts makers in Russia, part of an effort to foster economic growth across the country.

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\r\n\tIFC and Renault-Nissan will help suppliers improve their corporate governance, modernize their production facilities, and conserve resources. That will help parts makers meet international manufacturing standards and ensure their businesses remain sustainable over the long term. It will also support economic diversification in Russia; parts makers are important sources of jobs and many operate in the country’s more remote regions.

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\r\n\t“Russia is a country of strategic importance for the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which has experience world-wide in increasing the standards and global competitiveness of local suppliers,” said Bruno Ancelin, Senior Vice President of Renault, Chairman of the Eurasia Region, and Managing Director of Renault Russia, speaking on behalf of the Alliance. “This agreement is a necessary step that will help enhance the Russian automotive industry and fulfill our strategic plans.”

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\r\n\tThe project is part of a wider IFC effort to support Russia’s entire automotive industry, including suppliers and manufacturers. IFC also works to improve distribution networks and support changes to the regulatory environment.

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\r\n\t“IFC’s aim in Russia is to support the diversification of the economy and promote sustainable growth,” said Jesper Kjaer, IFC’s Regional Head of Advisory Services for Europe and Central Asia. “Our cooperation with the Renault-Nissan Alliance will help local suppliers of Russia’s fast-growing car manufacturing sector become more competitive and integrated into the global automotive supply chain."

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\r\n\tThe Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization, a subsidiary of the Alliance, will play a key role in the agreement. It covers world-wide purchases for Renault and Nissan, and helps local suppliers improve the competitiveness of their parts.

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\r\n\tRussia became a member and shareholder of IFC in 1993. Since then, IFC has invested more than $11 billion in Russia, including $3.4 billion in syndicated loans, and has been involved in 294 projects across a variety of sectors. IFC’s investment portfolio in Russia stands at $2.2 billion, the fifth-largest country exposure for IFC globally.

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\r\n\tAbout IFC
\r\n\tIFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector. Working with private enterprises in more than 100 countries, we use our capital, expertise, and influence to help eliminate extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity. In FY13, our investments climbed to an all-time high of nearly $25 billion, leveraging the power of the private sector to create jobs and tackle the world’s most pressing development challenges. For more information, visit www.ifc.org

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\r\n\tStay Connected
\r\n\twww.facebook.com/IFCwbg
\r\n\twww.twitter.com/IFC_org
\r\n\twww.youtube.com/IFCvideocasts
\r\n\twww.ifc.org/SocialMediaIndex

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\r\n\tAbout the Renault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Paris, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India. For more information, please visit: http://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tIn Moscow

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\r\n\tNezhdana Bukova, IFC
\r\n\tPhone: 7 (495) 411 7555
\r\n\tE-mail: NBukova@ifc.org

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\r\n\tOxana Nazarova, Renault Russia
\r\n\tPhone: +7 (495) 775-4035
\r\n\tE-mail: oxana.nazarova@renault.com

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\r\n\tIn Paris

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen, Renault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\tPhone: +33 (0) 1 76 87 12 33
\r\n\tE-mail: mia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tRenault Nissan Alliance - Mitsubishi Motors

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\r\n\tNew projects to drive global product coverage and capacity utilization

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\r\n\tAmsterdam, Netherlands / Tokyo, Japan  (November 5, 2013) – The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today announced their joint intention to explore several new projects covering shared products, technologies and manufacturing capacity among the automakers. As a consequence, it has been agreed that the strategic cooperation between Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors could be expanded across the broader Renault-Nissan Alliance.

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\r\n\tBetween Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors, it is expected that the existing NMKV joint-venture company will be extended to co-develop a new small-segment car including a specific electric version that can be sold on a global basis. The basis for this product will be from a jointly-developed ‘Kei car’ platform of the type popular in the Japanese domestic market. Further details of all products, markets and manufacturing will be announced separately.

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation are also confirming their intention to share technologies and product assets related to electric vehicles and latest-generation platforms. Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors were among the first to pioneer the introduction of mass-marketed zero emission products.

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\r\n\tBased on the current direction of discussions between Renault and Mitsubishi Motors, it is firstly expected that two new sedan models would be launched under the Mitsubishi brand, based on vehicles from the Renault portfolio. Secondary and additional studies around other projects will then be considered.

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\r\n\tPresident and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, Carlos Ghosn said: “Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors have jointly benefited from several collaborations in the past, most recently the successful joint-venture on Kei cars in Japan. I welcome the direction being taken towards this broader cooperation, creating new opportunities for Renault in addition to further leveraging the productive relationship between Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors.”   

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\r\n\tOsamu Masuko, President of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation commented: “As a result of the development of collaborative projects with Nissan Motor up to now, Mitsubishi Motors is pleased to work again with Nissan and now Renault towards achieving further collaborations. The new opportunities could be described as evidence that the ongoing collaborative projects between Mitsubishi Motors and Nissan have brought positive results, and Mitsubishi Motors hopes that any new collaborative projects with the Renault-Nissan Alliance would bring us further merits.”

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\r\n\tNissan and Mitsubishi Motors have an existing joint-venture company called NMKV which was established in June 2011 for the purpose of co-developing a range of Kei cars for both brands. The first of these products – the Nissan Dayz and Mitsubishi eK wagon – went on sale in Japan this year. Both products are manufactured at the Mitsubishi Mizushima plant in Japan.

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\r\n\tAbout the Renault-Nissan Alliance

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Boulogne-Billancourt, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

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\r\n\tAbout Mitsubishi Motors Corporation

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\r\n\tMitsubishi Motors Corporation is a global vehicle manufacturer, selling and servicing wide range of vehicles including minicars, minivans, SUVs, pickup trucks and sedans in more than 160 countries. Mitsubishi Motors is known throughout the world for its engineering prowess in every aspect of automobiles –creating state-of-the-art engine, four-wheel-drive, safety, and now electric vehicle technologies. Mitsubishi Motors launched the zero-emission i-MiEV battery-powered electric vehicle in 2009 as part of a corporate mission to offer consumers more environmentally responsible modes of transportation.

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\r\n\tFor more information: http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com/en/index.html

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\r\n\tContacts:

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance

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\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33

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\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tRochelle Chimenes

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\r\n\tRenault SAS

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\r\n\trochelle.chimenes@renault.com

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\r\n\t+33 (0)6 85 32 65 50

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\r\n\tToshitake Inoshita

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\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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\r\n\tt-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp

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\r\n\t+81 (0)45-523-5552

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\r\n\tShigeru Jibiki

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\r\n\tMitsubishi Motors Corporation

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\r\n\tPublic Relation Department

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\r\n\tshigeru.jibiki@mitsubishi-motors.com

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\r\n\t+81 (0)3-6852-4274

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance

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\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33

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\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tRochelle Chimenes

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\r\n\tRenault SAS

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\r\n\trochelle.chimenes@renault.com

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\r\n\t+33 (0)6 85 32 65 50

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\r\n\tToshitake Inoshita

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\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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\r\n\tt-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp

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\r\n\t+81 (0)45-523-5552

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\r\n\tShigeru Jibiki

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\r\n\tMitsubishi Motors Corporation

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\r\n\tPublic Relation Department

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\r\n\tshigeru.jibiki@mitsubishi-motors.com

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\r\n\t+81 (0)3-6852-4274

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\r\n\tDEAUVILLE, FRANCE (Oct. 15, 2013)—The Renault-Nissan Alliance continues to make progress in closing the gender gap, and in the past year the organization has particularly accelerated recruitment and advancement of women in key growth markets.

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\r\n\tRussia and Brazil are among Renault-Nissan’s most successful regions for female recruitment and advancement into management positions. In Russia, Renault’s third-largest market, women account for 19% of the workforce and 25% of managers. In 2013, 40% of all new Renault recruits in Russia were women, up from 35% in the previous year.

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\r\n\tAt Nissan, women account for 15% of the workforce in Russia and 27.7% of managers, one of the highest ratios within the company.

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\r\n\tBrazil is another key growth market, where rapid hiring has helped increase the ranks of women managers at Nissan. Nissan has almost tripled the number of female managers in Brazil in just one year. Women now represent nearly 20% of all Nissan Brazil managers. Thanks in part to Brazil’s success, the number of women managers has surged 70% in the last five years throughout Nissan’s operations in the Americas.

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\r\n\t“Because of the faster pace of growth and demand for talent, emerging markets represent a historic opportunity to close the global gender gap,” said Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “But make no mistake: Closing the gender gap is our objective worldwide, including in our home markets.”

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\r\n\tGlobally, Renault remains a leader in the industry in terms of women at the senior executive management level. Two out of its ten-member executive committee are women. Renault now has similar representation of women at all levels of the company. Women comprise 17.4% of Renault’s global headcount, 17% of managerial positions and 16% of Renault’s key 150 executive positions globally.

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\r\n\tIn France, Renault has one of the highest rates of women at the highest corporate level in the French CAC40 business index.

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\r\n\tIn Japan, women make up 6.8% of manager-level positions at Nissan, more than double the national average for manufacturers. Nissan aims to have women make up 10% of manager positions in Japan by 2017.

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\r\n\tDiverse executive management teams

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\r\n\tIn addition to gender parity, Renault and Nissan – which sell vehicles in every passenger car segment and in nearly 200 markets worldwide – are also embracing management diversity.

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\r\n\tRenault’s management team is becoming more multicultural as the automaker expands its geographic reach. Renault counts 20 nationalities among its key 150 executive positions globally, including French, Spanish, Japanese, Brazilian, Russian and German executives. In 2012, more than half of Renault’s sales were generated outside of Europe for the first time ever.

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\r\n\tNissan continues to be the auto industry leader for diversity at the executive ranks. Forty-eight percent of the 100 top positions are held by executives from 17 countries. More than 85% of Nissan’s global sales are already generated outside of Japan.

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\r\n\tRenault and Nissan provide an update on gender progress and diversity every year in advance of the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society, an international symposium that encourages women to overcome historic challenges barriers and seize economic opportunities. This year’s conference takes place Oct. 16-18 in Deauville, France.

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\r\n\tThe annual gathering, which the Alliance has supported since 2006, aims to level the playing field for women in industry academia, politics and society.

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\r\n\tAs Premium Partner of the Women’s Forum Deauville, the Renault-Nissan Alliance will have three speakers at this year’s event:

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\r\n\tAbout the Renault-Nissan Alliance

\r\n

\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Boulogne-Billancourt, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

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\r\n\tContacts:
\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com
\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tSophie Chantegay
\r\n\tRenault SAS
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 07 68 81 03
\r\n\tsophie.chantegay@renault.com
\r\n\twww.media.renault.com

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\r\n\tToshitake Inoshita
\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.
\r\n\t+81-(0)45-523-5552
\r\n\tt-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp
\r\n\twww.nissan-newsroom.com

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com
\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tSophie Chantegay
\r\n\tRenault SAS
\r\n\t+33 (0)6 07 68 81 03
\r\n\tsophie.chantegay@renault.com
\r\n\twww.media.renault.com

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\r\n\t 

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\r\n\tToshitake Inoshita
\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.
\r\n\t+81-(0)45-523-5552
\r\n\tt-inoshita@mail.nissan.co.jp
\r\n\twww.nissan-newsroom.com

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\r\n\tLAGOS, Nigeria (9 October 2013) – Today Nissan and West African conglomerate Stallion Group announced their intention to jointly launch vehicle assembly in Nigeria.

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\r\n\tThe announcement is in expectation of final approval by the Federal Government of the new Automobile Industrial Policy, designed to encourage development of the auto industry in Nigeria, and would see Nissan become the first major international manufacturer to launch vehicle assembly in the country following the new legislation.

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\r\n\tThe parties have signed a Memorandum of Understanding which will result in Stallion – already Nissan’s exclusive distributor in Nigeria – increasing capacity at its existing plant, VON Automobile Ltd in Lagos.

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\r\n\tStallion currently produces commercial vehicles at the facility. The plant’s annual capacity will be expanded to 45,000 units to assemble a range of cars, light duty trucks, pickups and vans. Full details of the product lineup will be confirmed at a later date, however it is anticipated the first product to be introduced will be the iconic Nissan Patrol SUV in spring 2014.

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\r\n\tCapacity at the plant will also be opened to Nissan’s Alliance partner Renault, to be utilized according to future business needs.

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\r\n\tNissan President and CEO, Carlos Ghosn, said: “We welcome the proactive measures being taken by the Government of Nigeria to encourage inward investment and job creation driven by local auto manufacturing. Together with our local partner, Nissan is preparing to make Nigeria a significant manufacturing hub in Africa. As the first-mover in Nigeria, we are positioned for the long-term growth of this market and across the broader continent.” 

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\r\n\tSunil Vaswani, Chairman of Stallion Group said “The new automotive policy spearheaded by His Excellency The President and Commander–in-Chief of Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, and the Honorable Minister Olusegun Aganga is a laudable Government initiative aimed at making Nigeria the regional leader in the industry. Our group is committed to invest in a fully integrated automobile industry that fosters the creation of several ancillary industries with associated socio-economic benefits.” He added: “We value our partnership with Renault and Nissan immensely and are aiming to deliver their world class expertise to Nigeria.”

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\r\n\tNissan in Africa:

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\r\n\tNissan is positioned for significant future growth in Africa as part of its mid-term business strategy. By FY 2016 the company is aiming to double annual sales on the continent, up from 110,000 units at the end of FY 2012. To help achieve this, a number of new models have already been confirmed including an all-new pickup truck which will be produced locally by Nissan at its plant in Rosslyn, Pretoria and the launch of the Datsun brand in South Africa before the end of FY 2014.

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\r\n\tAbout The Renault-Nissan Alliance:

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. In addition to AVTOVAZ, the Alliance operates strategic collaborations with automakers including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dong Feng, and India’s Ashok Leyland.

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\r\n\tFOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

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\r\n\tDavid Swerdlow Manager AMI Communications
\r\n\tTel: +44 7747 118 341
\r\n\tEmail: David.Swerdlow@Nissan-nmuk.co.uk

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\r\n\tDudu Mwelase: GM Corporate Communications, Africa
\r\n\tTel: +27 (0) 12 529 8879
\r\n\tEmail: Dudum@nissan.co.za

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\r\n\tTel: +44 7747 118 341
\r\n\tEmail: David.Swerdlow@Nissan-nmuk.co.uk

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\r\n\tDudu Mwelase: GM Corporate Communications, Africa
\r\n\tTel: +27 (0) 12 529 8879
\r\n\tEmail: Dudum@nissan.co.za

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\r\n\t\u25aa The plant is to produce 340,000 vehicles a year, making it the largest in Africa.
\r\n\t\u25aa The public-private partnership between Kingdom of Morocco and Renault-Nissan Alliance enhances the international reputation of the “Made in Morocco” label.

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\r\n\tPresided over by Abdelkader Amara, Moroccan Minister of Industry, Trade and New Technologies, and in the presence of Jacques Prost, Managing Director of the Renault Morocco group, and a number of key figures in politics and economics, the inauguration of the second production line at the Renault-Nissan Tangier plant was celebrated on Tuesday October 8, 2013.

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\r\n\tThe new line will increase the site’s output capacity to 340,000 vehicles a year, starting in 2014. It required an investment of €400 million and will produce Dacia Sandero and Dacia Sandero Stepway, two leading models in the Dacia range.

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\r\n\tThis achievement, the result of a public-private partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Renault group, makes the plant the largest in Africa, a major industrial ambition and a source of productivity and development for the country’s automotive sector. The commitment of suppliers in their support for the plant contributed to the successful completion of this new step forward, while meeting technical and economic requirements. This development makes Morocco a cornerstone of manufacturing competitiveness and respects the ambitious road map coordinated by the Renault-Nissan plant and the Kingdom of Morocco together with the Moroccan Association for Automotive Industry and Trade, AMICA.

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\r\n\t“Today’s ceremony is extremely important to us. It illustrates Renault’s willingness to meet its commitments and Moroccan Authorities’ ambition to develop the automotive industry in Morocco. I am sure this second production line will produce great quality Sandero vehicles and will be a strong testimony to the “made in Morocco” label globally,” says Jacques Prost, Managing Director of the Renault Morocco group.

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\r\n\tSome 1,400 people have been recruited for the needs of the new line, raising the plant’s total workforce to 5,000. Morocco’s Institute for Training Automotive Industry Professionals, IFMIA, a powerful tool for the development of human resources, is pursuing its development strategy to hone the skills of the plant’s new recruits and existing staff. 

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\r\n\tInaugurated on February 9, 2012 by HM King Mohammed VI and in the presence of Carlos Ghosn, President of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, the Tangier plant got off to a strong start and day by day has successfully developed its expertise and met its objectives. The adventure now continues with a second production line and a third vehicle.

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\r\n\tPress contacts:

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\r\n\tM’Hamed Tazi
\r\n\t+212 661 898 337
\r\n\tmhamed.tazi@renault.com
\r\n\twww.renault.ma

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\r\n\tHelene Mazier
\r\n\t+33 1 76 84 39 59
\r\n\t+33 6 45 51 50 30
\r\n\thelene.mazier@renault.com

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\r\n\tTOGLIATTI, RUSSIA (Sept. 18, 2013) — The Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ today announced the establishment of a common purchasing organization in Russia. This structure will manage a defined scope of purchasing for Renault, Nissan and AVTOVAZ joint activities related to industrial equipment, powertrains and vehicles based on common platforms.

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\r\n\t"Common Purchasing Organization” LLC (CPO) is equally owned by AVTOVAZ and Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO) on which it will be modeled. Established in 2001, RNPO is Renault-Nissan’s largest common organization and biggest contributor to new synergies derived from cost reductions and cost avoidance. RNPO covers all purchasing activities of both Renault and Nissan worldwide.

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\r\n\tLike RNPO, CPO is expected to generate significant savings for the three partners in Russia thanks to increased volumes and better pricing with suppliers. CPO will use the RNPO methods and standards that have contributed to its success. RNPO generated 851 million euros in new synergies for Renault-Nissan in 2012, or about a third of total synergies.

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\r\n\tCPO will communicate a common position to suppliers on quality, cost and delivery deadlines, as well as develop relations with suppliers in order to increase parts localization in Russia. CPO will attract global companies to the AVTOVAZ and Renault-Nissan Alliance supplier base. This is expected to help upgrade the technology and quality of Russian suppliers.

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\r\n\tThe establishment of the CPO marks a new step in the development of the strategic partnership between AVTOVAZ and Renault-Nissan Alliance which began in 2008 when Renault took a 25% stake in Russia’s largest automaker. CPO will stimulate the ongoing integration of AVTOVAZ and the Alliance, strengthening the competitiveness of the LADA brand and optimizing the production of new vehicles under the three partners’ brands.

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\r\n\tDaniel Perry has been appointed CEO of the new organization and will be based at the company’s headquarters in Togliatti, Samara Oblast. He will report to a governance committee composed of Christian Vandenhende, RNPO Managing Director, Yasuhiro Yamauchi, RNPO Deputy Managing Director and Damir Kashapov, AVTOVAZ Vice President Purchasing.

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\r\n\tThe creation of the Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ common purchasing organization has been approved by Russia’s Federal Anti-monopoly Service.

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\r\n\tABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Paris, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dongfeng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

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\r\n\tABOUT AVTOVAZ

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\r\n\tAVTOVAZ is the largest Russian car manufacturer, the maker of LADA. The company owns one of the world’s largest car factories in Togliatti and a plant in Izhevsk. AVTOVAZ is targeting production of nearly 1.4 million of LADA, Renault and Nissan vehicles in Russia by 2015.

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\r\n\tFOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tManager, Alliance Communications
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com
\r\n\thttp://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com
\r\n\tTel: +33 (0) 1 76 87 12 33
\r\n\tMobile: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
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\r\n\tOxana Nazarova
\r\n\tPublic Relations Director, Renault
\r\n\tTel: +7 (495) 775-4035
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\r\n\tRenault SAS
\r\n\tHélène MAZIER
\r\n\tCorporate Media Relations
\r\n\tTel: +33 (0) 1 76 84 39 59
\r\n\tMobile: +33 (0) 6 45 51 50 30

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\r\n\tAVTOVAZ
\r\n\tAlexander Shmygov
\r\n\tAVTOVAZ Press Center
\r\n\tTel.: +7 (8482) 73-7171
\r\n\tpress@vaz.ru
\r\n\twww.lada.ru

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\r\n\tFor a high-res photo of CEO Daniel Perry, go to:

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\r\n\thttp://www.media.blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/news/4485

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance
\r\n\tMia Nielsen
\r\n\tManager, Alliance Communications
\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com
\r\n\thttp://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com
\r\n\tTel: +33 (0) 1 76 87 12 33
\r\n\tMobile: +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33
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\r\n\tOxana Nazarova
\r\n\tPublic Relations Director, Renault
\r\n\tTel: +7 (495) 775-4035
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\r\n\tRenault SAS
\r\n\tHélène MAZIER
\r\n\tCorporate Media Relations
\r\n\tTel: +33 (0) 1 76 84 39 59
\r\n\tMobile: +33 (0) 6 45 51 50 30

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\r\n\tAVTOVAZ
\r\n\tAlexander Shmygov
\r\n\tAVTOVAZ Press Center
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\r\n\tpress@vaz.ru
\r\n\twww.lada.ru

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\r\n\tFRANKFURT, Germany (September 11, 2013)--- The chief executives of the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG said today that their companies’ partnership is advancing quickly, and the scope of the collaboration is increasingly global.

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\r\n\tThe French-Japanese-German partnership began in April 2010, with three “pillar projects” primarily focused on Europe. Since then, the portfolio has increased to ten significant projects, including major initiatives from North America to Japan. In addition, relevant business units are working together in best-practice sharing and other forms of cooperation.

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\r\n\t“While our initial collaboration focused strongly on European projects, we are now focusing on synergies in all key markets”, Renault-Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said today at an annual media briefing on the partnership. “The largest economies of scale are always global.“

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\r\n\t“We will continue to seek out new projects together that make sense for all partners and, most importantly, our customers”, Daimler CEO and Head of Mercedes Benz Cars Dieter Zetsche said.

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\r\n\tThe CEOs cited the joint production of Mercedes-Benz four-cylinder gasoline engines in Decherd (Tennessee, USA) as a good example of how the partners profit from the cooperation. Just one and a half years after the groundbreaking in May 2012, the factory building for the joint production of Mercedes-Benz four-cylinder gasoline engines is now complete. Production machinery is now being installed and the start of production is planned for mid-2014. The engines produced in Decherd will then be used in the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which is produced at the Daimler plant in Tuscaloosa (Alabama, USA), and in new Infiniti products.

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\r\n\tJoint development work is also proceeding on schedule for a new family of shared three- and four-cylinder gasoline engines with turbocharging and direct fuel injection. The engines will make use of the latest technology and will have significantly improved fuel consumption.

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\r\n\tAnother example of the successful cooperation on engine development is the new Infiniti Q50, which was presented in Geneva this spring and will be available as of the fall. It is the first Infiniti automobile to have a powertrain comprising a diesel engine and automatic transmission from the cooperation with Daimler.

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\r\n\tThe first vehicles resulting from the collaboration, including the Mercedes-Benz Citan van, are already on the road. In addition, Infiniti will offer a vehicle using components from Daimler’s compact car architecture starting 2015. The components will be used in a brand specific way. The Q30 concept car can be seen for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

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\r\n\tThe cooperation is continuing also in the field of commercial vehicles. It is planned that the unit of Daimler Trucks Asia, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), will be supplied with Nissan’s NV350 Urvan commercial vans to be sold under Mitsubishi Fuso in selected export markets.

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\r\n\tThis type of strategic supply has been successfully implemented since early 2013 also for light-duty trucks to expand their respective product portfolio into new segments: the FUSO Canter Guts light-duty truck (payload: 2.0 tons) is supplied to Nissan and the Nissan Atlas F24 light-duty truck (payload 1.5 tons) is supplied to Mitsubishi Fuso. This cross-supply volume initially amounts to about 1,300 units for the Japanese market.

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\r\n\tThe smart/Twingo project is also progressing as planned. Production will begin soon on the new two-seater smart at the smart plant in Hambach (France) and of the four-seater smart and the Renault Twingo successor model at the Renault plant in Novo Mesto (Slovenia). Market launch of the model versions is planned for the second half of 2014. The new generations of the smart and the Renault Twingo are being developed on the basis of a shared architecture, but will remain independent products with an unmistakable brand appearance. A show car of the new smart four-seater (“smart fourjoy”) was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show this Monday.

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\r\n\tContact:

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\r\n\tThomas Fröhlich, +49 711 17 41361 (Daimler AG)
\r\n\tMia Nielsen, +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33 (Renault-Nissan Alliance)

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\r\n\tABOUT THE RENAULT-NISSAN ALLIANCE

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\r\n\tThe Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Renault (based in Paris, France) and Nissan (based in Yokohama, Japan), which together sell one in ten cars worldwide. Renault and Nissan have been strategic partners since 1999 and sold 8.1 million cars in nearly 200 countries in 2012. The Alliance operates strategic collaborations with numerous automakers, including Germany’s Daimler, China’s Dong Feng, and with regional manufacturers such as Ashok Leyland in India.

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\r\n\twww.media.renault.com

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\r\n\twww.nissan-newsroom.com

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\r\n\tblog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\tABOUT DAIMLER

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\r\n\tDaimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services. The company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of mobility today: The Group’s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and fascinate its customers. For many years now, Daimler has been investing continually in the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of the world and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world’s most valuable premium automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2012, the Group sold 2.2 million vehicles and employed a workforce of 275,000 people; revenue totaled €114.3 billion and EBIT amounted to €8.6 billion.

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\r\n\tFurther information on Daimler is available at www.media.daimler.com and www.daimler.com

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\r\n\tThis document contains forward-looking statements that reflect our current views about future events. The words “anticipate,” “assume,” “believe,” “estimate,” “expect,” “intend,” “may,” “plan,” “project,” “should” and similar expressions are used to identify forward-looking statements. These statements are subject to many risks and uncertainties, including an adverse development of global economic conditions, in particular a decline of demand in our most important markets; a worsening of the sovereign-debt crisis in the euro zone; a deterioration of our funding possibilities on the credit and financial markets; events of force majeure including natural disasters, acts of terrorism, political unrest, industrial accidents and their effects on our sales, purchasing, production or financial services activities; changes in currency exchange rates; a shift in consumer preference towards smaller, lower margin vehicles; or a possible lack of acceptance of our products or services which limits our ability to achieve prices as well as to adequately utilize our production capacities; price increases in fuel or raw materials; disruption of production due to shortages of materials, labor strikes, or supplier insolvencies; a decline in resale prices of used vehicles; the effective implementation of cost-reduction and efficiency-optimization measures; the business outlook of companies in which we hold a significant equity interest; the successful implementation of strategic cooperations and joint ventures; changes in laws, regulations and government policies, particularly those relating to vehicle emissions, fuel economy and safety; the resolution of pending governmental investigations and the conclusion of pending or threatened future legal proceedings; and other risks and uncertainties, some of which we describe under the heading “Risk Report” in Daimler’s most recent Annual Report. If any of these risks and uncertainties materialize, or if the assumptions underlying any of our forwardlooking statements prove incorrect, then our actual results may be materially different from those we express or imply by such statements. We do not intend or assume any obligation to update these forward-looking statements. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made.

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\r\n\tDaimler AG

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\r\n\tThomas Fröhlich +49 711 17 41361

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen, +33 (0) 6 10 83 31 33

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\r\n\tPARIS (July 23, 2013)—The Renault-Nissan Alliance has sold its 100,000th zero-emission car.

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\r\n\tElectric cars from Renault and Nissan have driven approximately 841 million zero-emission kilometers -- enough to circle the earth more than 20,000 times. Together, they represent 53 million liters of oil saved and 124 million kg of CO2 that have not been emitted.

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\r\n\t“The age of the mainstream zero-emission vehicle is here,” said Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn. “We expect demand to keep growing as the charging infrastructure develops – and we remain 100% committed to zero-emission technology for the long term.”

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan has sold more zero-emission cars than all other major automakers combined.

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\r\n\tThe very first EV from the Alliance is a Nissan LEAF owned by engineer Olivier Chalouhi in California’s Silicon Valley. He bought the LEAF when it debuted in December 2010.

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\r\n\tThe 100,000th customer was American graduate student Allison Howard, who became an owner of Nissan LEAF earlier this month and drives the car to Kennesaw State University in Atlanta, Georgia.

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\r\n\t“It just drives perfectly.  It’s so cool. I love it!” said Howard.

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\r\n\t“The fact that it’s all electric and I don’t have to spend money on gas as a college student, that’s great,” she added.

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\r\n\tFor more information about Renault-Nissan’s electric vehicle customers and its 100,000 milestone, watch this video.

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\r\n\tNissan LEAF best-selling EV ever

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\r\n\tMore than 71,000 people worldwide have bought Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling electric vehicle. LEAF makes up more than half of all global sales of pure electric cars.

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\r\n\tNissan LEAF won the 2011 World Car of the Year, European Car of the Year 2011 and Car of the Year Japan 2011-2012 awards.

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\r\n\tMore than 80% of LEAF buyers globally exchange cars from other automakers, making the LEAF one of the industry’s most innovative “conquest vehicles.” The majority of customers say the LEAF, which consumes no petroleum whatsoever, has replaced their conventional car for daily use.

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\r\n\tThe top markets for Nissan LEAF are the United States with about 30,000 units, Japan with 28,000 units and Europe with 12,000 units.

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\r\n\tIn the United States, the LEAF is among the top 10 vehicles sold in San Francisco, Seattle and Honolulu.

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\r\n\tIn Norway, the LEAF is one of the top 10 vehicles sold. The car is Nissan’s best-selling model in Norway, where more than 4,600 people have bought LEAFs since 2011. EVs in Norway are exempt from value added tax (VAT) and road tolls, and they have access to bus lanes and free parking.

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\r\n\tRenault - Europe’s leader with full range of electric vehicles

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\r\n\tRenault has sold about 30,000 electric vehicles since its first model, Kangoo Z.E., went on sale in late 2011. Kangoo Z.E. was voted International Van of the Year 2012.

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\r\n\tRenault leads the electric vehicle market in Europe with a 61% share, including Twizy. Renault’s top markets in Europe are France, Germany and Italy.

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\r\n\tIn addition to the Kangoo Z.E., Renault also offers Fluence Z.E. sedan; the two-seat commuter vehicle Twizy; and the subcompact ZOE, launched earlier this year.

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\r\n\tTwizy is Renault’s best-selling model with about 11,000 units sold since it went on sale in early 2012.

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\r\n\tRenault ZOE has a range of 210 km (NEDC). The car retails from 13,700 euros in France after the government’s 7,000-euro incentive, excluding the battery. Renault began selling the ZOE in March throughout Europe and has sold about 5,000 units.

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\r\n\tCommitted to a zero-emission future

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\r\n\tThe Alliance is the industry leader in EVs and remains fully committed to a zero-emission future, with vehicles that can be recharged using purely renewable energy.

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\r\n\tThe plug-in cars store energy in a lithium-ion battery that meets or exceeds all environmental and safety standards wherever they are sold. The vehicles can be “topped off” at any charge point, or they can be fully recharged overnight from the convenience of the driver's home, garage or parking deck.

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\r\n\tIn order to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles around the world, the Renault-Nissan Alliance is working with government authorities, utility companies and others to rollout a network of charging stations that allow drivers to recharge their cars from zero to 80% capacity in less than 30 minutes.

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\r\n\tCONTACT:

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance

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\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\thttp://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com/

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\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33

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\r\n\tAline Henry

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\r\n\tRenault SAS

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\r\n\taline.henry@renault.com

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\r\n\thttp://www.media.renault.com/

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\r\n\t+33 (0)1 76 84 01 83

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\r\n\tMasako Fujita

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\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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\r\n\tmasako_fujita@mail.nissan.co.jp

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\r\n\t+81-(0)80-3589-0484

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\r\n\thttp://www.nissan-newsroom.com/EN/

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\r\n\tMia Nielsen

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\r\n\tRenault-Nissan Alliance

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\r\n\tmia.nielsen@renault.com

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\r\n\thttp://blog.alliance-renault-nissan.com

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\r\n\t+33 (0)6 10 83 31 33

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\r\n\tAline Henry

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\r\n\tRenault SAS

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\r\n\taline.henry@renault.com

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\r\n\twww.media.renault.com

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\r\n\t+33 (0)1 76 84 01 83

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\r\n\tMasako Fujita

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\r\n\tNissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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\r\n\tmasako_fujita@mail.nissan.co.jp

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\r\n\t+81-(0)80-3589-0484

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\r\n\thttp://www.nissan-newsroom.com/EN/

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\r\n\tCHENNAI, Inde (16 juillet 2013) – Le Président Directeur Général Carlos Ghosn a confirmé aujourd'hui que l'Alliance Renault-Nissan va développer de tout nouveaux véhicules afin de répondre aux exigences spécifiques d'une nouvelle génération de clients dans les pays qui enregistrent la plus forte croissance économique au monde.

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\r\n\tCette annonce marque l'avènement d'un programme entièrement nouveau, le premier élaboré conjointement dès ses débuts par les équipes Renault et Nissan. Ce programme, désigné en interne sous l’appellation CMF-A, concerne la catégorie des véhicules les plus abordables de l’approche d’architecture modulaire unique à Renault-Nissan, la « Common Module Family ».

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\r\n\tL'approche CMF définit une famille de véhicules constituée par assemblage de « Big Modules » compatibles entre eux : compartiment moteur, habitacle, sous-caisse avant, sous-caisse arrière et architecture électrique/électronique. Le principe des « Big Modules » permet de multiples combinaisons pour une meilleure efficacité tout en respectant la différentiation des marques.

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\r\n\tLa production de véhicules CMF-A commencera en 2015 dans l'usine de l'Alliance Renault-Nissan de Chennai en Inde. Plus de détails en termes de prix et de volume seront apportés au démarrage de la production.

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\r\n\tCMF-A offre un niveau de flexibilité élevé. Des variantes significatives au niveau du design et de la motorisation pourront être proposées afin de répondre aux besoins et aux préférences spécifiques des clients en Inde et sur d'autres marchés à forte croissance.

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\r\n\t« Avec CMF-A, nous ouvrons de nouveaux horizons dans le but de satisfaire et d'aller au-delà des exigences élevées des consommateurs des pays à forte croissance économique – en particulier ceux qui achètent une voiture neuve pour la première fois&nb