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Louis Renault was founder of Renault. In 1877 he was born in Billancourt , Paris, and he created his first motorcar at the age of 21 in a small garage near his parents’ house. Together with two of his brothers he founded Renault-Frères. In the first half of 1899 already 80 cars were built.

Louis Renault's first workshop:

Louis Renault's first workshop

Renault Factory:

Renault Factory

Renault’s First Race:

Renault’s First Race


Contd : Renault’s Production increased; more types and versions with different engines appeared. Renault also introduced themselves on various exhibitions. Beside private cars they started to produce taxis. In 1906 started the production of lorries, buses and 4x4 vehicles. During WW I The French army bought many Renault vehicles.

Formula I adventure:

Formula I adventure In 1977 began the Formula I adventure. Renault joined every race until 1986, and got a second place in the constructors championship of 1983. During this period Renault supplied Lotus and Tyrell with V6 turbo engines. From 1992 to 1997 the Renault engine was successful for Williams and Benetton; 6 times as a world champion. Since 2001 Renault tries to gain the championship for constructors in Formula 1.

Present Scenario:

Present Scenario Renault presence in India started in 2005. Since then, it has expanded at speed: a joint venture with Bajaj Auto, a logistics platform in Poona and a new design centre in Mumbai. In 2010, the Group strengthens its presence more than ever.

Chennai, a key milestone for the Renault:

Chennai, a key milestone for the Renault On March 17, Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn inaugurated Chennai plant with the presence of representatives of state government of Tamil Nadu . The first dedicated Alliance global plant will have a production capacity of up to 400,000 units per year . The Chennai plant represents an investment of 45 billion Rupees ($990 million).

Renault India Private Limited:

Renault India Private Limited Renault India Private Limited is the Indian subsidiary of Renault. RIPL will launch two models in 2011; the Fluence and Koleos .

Market Share:

Market Share

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