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Renault India achieves 10,00,000 production milestone
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Renault India achieves 10,00,000 production milestone

| @indiablooms | 14 Jun 2023, 10:16 pm

New Delhi: European automaker Renault on Wednesday said it has achieved a production milestone of 10,00,000 vehicles in India.

This remarkable achievement showcases Renault's manufacturing prowess and underlines its commitment to delivering high-quality vehicles to Indian customers, the company said in a press release.

Renault's manufacturing plant in Chennai has played a pivotal role in this remarkable accomplishment.

With a production capacity of 480,000 units per annum, the facility stands as a testament to Renault's relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation.

“The company has made substantial investments in manufacturing, technology, and talent, creating a robust production infrastructure that ensures the highest standards of quality and efficiency,” it said.

The Renault-Nissan alliance has committed a major investment of Rs 5,300 crore to support the development of six products.

Currently, Renault India offers three passenger vehicle models, including the popular Kwid, Kiger and Triber for its customers in India and exports to 14 countries across SAARC, Asia Pacific, Indian Oceanic Region, South Africa and East Africa region.

According to Country CEO & Managing Director Renault India Operations Venkatram Mamillapalle, “Achieving the production of 10,00,000 vehicles in India is a significant milestone for Renault. It demonstrates our unwavering commitment to the Indian market and showcases the trust our customers have placed in us.

“We are deeply grateful to our customers, dealer partners, employees, and all stakeholders who have contributed to this remarkable journey. We will continue to strive for excellence and introduce exciting products that exceed our customers' expectations.”

The complete range of Renault Kwid, Kiger and Triber come with innovative and advanced safety features as part of the Human First Program which is designed to minimize the risk of accidents and improve overall safety for occupants and pedestrians alike.

As part of this program, Renault has upgraded and introduced new and enhanced safety features across its product range in India, that are designed to minimize the risk of accidents and improve overall safety.

Under the Human First Program, Renault India’s product line-up boasts of innovative and class-leading safety features such as Electronic Stability Program (ESP) for enhanced control on curvy roads, catering to both amateur and experienced drivers, Hill Start Assist (HSA) which prevents car roll-back when starting uphill after braking, Traction Control System (TCS) that identifies wheel speed irregularities, automatically reducing spins to maintain grip on slippery surfaces and prevent accidents and Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) which provides real-time alerts for under-inflated or punctured tyres in the vehicle.

All the models in the Renault range today are not only equipped with high-tech features and safety but also offer exciting customer benefits on purchase.

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