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16Report: Carlos Ghosn gets four more years as Renault CEO

What's the least surprising thing you'll hear all day?

45Officially Official: Renault-Nissan and Daimler announce alliance

Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn and Daimler AG chairman Dieter Zetsche sign the agreement

20Officially, Official: Renault-Nissan and Daimler announce alliance

At a news conference in Brussels, Belgium this morning, Daimler AG and the Renault-Nissan alliance officially announced that the three automakers would collaborate on future products and each would exchange shares in the other companies. The deal has been rumored for months and Daimler has been looking for years for a partner to help spread out the costs of small car development.

AddRenault-Nissan e-moves into Lombardy, Italy

Renault-Nissan Alliance EV in Lombardy – Click above for high-res image

23WSJ speculates about Renault-Nissan taking stake in GM

Rumors that Renault-Nissan may be interested in taking on a third head have popped once again, with the would-be merger candidate this time being General Motors. Huh, sounds familiar, doesn't it? In actuality, The Wall Street Journal is really just speculating on the possible effects of such a deal, and it's done so with all kinds of number crunching and colorful pie charts.

AddRenault launches sustainable mobility website

The Renault-Nissan alliance is pushing forward perhaps harder than any other established automaker with its electric vehicle efforts. Between the French and Japanese, brands they plan to have as many as eight different battery electric vehicles in production in the next few years. In order to make sure that there is a demand for these zero emissions vehicles, the companies are actively involved in promotional and educational programs for the environment and more friendly vehicles.

AddNissan to spend $1 billion on U.S. battery plant, 4 more plants in Europe

Nissan EV-02 prototype - click above for high res image gallery

AddRenault-Nissan planning slow/fast charging and battery swap for Europe EVs

Kangoo be bop Z.E. - Click above for a high-res image gallery

AddRenault-Nissan alliance confirms EV deal with China, starting in Wuhan

The Renault-Nissan alliance has officially confirmed the agreement that has been struck with the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology for developing an electric vehicle market and infrastructure there. The first pilot test program will start in the city of Wuhan with the Chinese government planning a 13 city program. Renault Nissan will provide vehicles as well as guidance for setting up a public charging network.

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