Renault and Nissan rely on electric to forget the Ghosn affair

Posted Jan 27, 2022, 4:25 PMUpdated on Jan 27, 2022 at 5:57 PM

They had not communicated together since May 2020. Each group giving the impression, in recent quarters, of signing its industrial partnerships in its corner and of facing the collapse in sales caused by the Covid-19 pandemic alone. 19. “We’ve been told a lot that the alliance has been quiet, but we’ve been working a lot behind the scenes. All the developments that we are announcing now are the fruit of these efforts,” insisted Jean-Dominique Senard, president of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, after a presentation of the group’s new projects.

After having struggled to launch new collaborations, following the internal earthquake caused by the Carlos Ghosn affair, the three manufacturers have decided to bet on the rapid electrification of the market and the rise of connected services to hasten their technological rapprochement and accelerate their industrial integration.

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