The month of April continued to deliver big news and exciting developments for the Dacia brand. There was the confirmation of the Brand Management committee, new appointments and a bit of space exploration added in for good measure.
Luca de Meo, Elie Girard, Bernard Charlès, Jean-Marc Chery and Patrice Caine, respectively the chief executives of Groupe Renault, Atos, Dassault Systèmes, STMicroelectronics and Thales today announced their intention to join forces to create the Software République, a new ecosystem for innovation in intelligent mobility.
Groupe Renault UK has announced a number of senior personnel appointments, all of which are designed to help the organisation transition into a new phase of growth and restructuring as outlined in the recently unveiled Renaulution strategy. As part of this strategy, Groupe Renault will be divided into four separate business units: Renault,...
Dacia, the UK’s best-value-for-money car brand, has announced the launch of the world’s first (and only) affordable space programme. Named DUSTAR, the innovative, out-of-this world venture represents a new dawn in value-for-money space travel with its initial voyage confirmed for today.
Dacia has kicked off 2021 with an exciting selection of news and reveals. Here’s a round-up of what’s happened so far, including award wins, concept car reveals and great ownership news for All-New Sandero and Stepway.
Groupe Renault announces the appointment of Laurent Rossi, Director of Strategy and Business Development of Groupe Renault, as Chief Executive Officer of the Alpine brand, effective January 11, 2021. Laurent Rossi will take charge of Alpine Cars, Sport, F1 and competition activities. He will report to Luca De Meo, Chief Executive Officer of...
The Dacia Sandero – the most affordable new car on sale in the UK – has eclipsed every other supermini to take home the highly coveted title of ‘Best Small Car’ in the What Car? Car of the Year Awards 2021.
The Groupe Renault eWays event – running from 15th to 27th October – is a look to the future of electric mobility, cities and technology, featuring significant world premieres and panel discussions based on the Groupe’s extensive experience in electric vehicles.
Dacia has refreshed its offer in the compact car segment with the All-New Sandero and Stepway. The latest third generation models offer simple, spacious, reliable and robust vehicles with no unnecessary frills, at the most competitive price.
Those in need of urgent medical assistance in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Hampshire may well find that it is a Dacia Duster coming to their aid after the South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) took delivery of 40 for use by its Community First Responders.
The Dacia Duster’s trophy cabinet has been extended to accommodate another victory with the announcement of the popular family model scooping the Best Value New Car prize in Auto Trader’s 2020 New Car Awards.
Groupe Renault UK has appointed Gemma Croft as its new Press Fleet Manager with the responsibility of managing and booking UK press evaluations across the Renault, Dacia and Alpine passenger car brands and Renault Pro+ commercial vehicles.
Dacia, the best value car brand in the UK, has launched a new TV advert to show that when you apply Dacia’s smart engineering and ingenuity to the world of marketing, you can make a little go a long way.
Car buyers can still browse and buy their perfect Dacia through its online shopping portal, meaning they don’t miss out on some of the most affordable and award-winning new models while having to remain at home at this current time.
True to its reputation as an automotive game changer, Dacia has revealed the next part in its product offensive with the Spring Electric: a concept car previewing its first all-electric model as it joins the zero-emission revolution.
Dacia is launching a new factory-fitted dual-fuel solution across its range of award-winning Duster, Sander, Sandero Stepway, Logan MCV and Logan MCV Stepway models, the only manufacturer in the UK to do so. The all-new 1.0-litre turbo Bi-Fuel 100 engine combines petrol and LPG fuel to deliver reduced fuel costs, lower emissions and improved...
Dacia is celebrating a double success at the 2020 What Car? Awards, with wins for both the Sandero and Duster. For the Sandero, it was an incredible eighth consecutive victory as it scooped the ‘Best Value Car under £10,000’ category, while the Duster was handed the ‘Best Family SUV under £20,000’ for the second year on the trot.
Dacia has added a new entry-level TCe 100 engine to the Duster line-up, replacing the SCe 115. The new-generation engine significantly reduces fuel consumption and substantially boosts performance over the outgoing SCe engine.
The Dacia Duster has been handed a coveted Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended accolade, with the magazine’s survey revealing that an impressive 92 per cent of Dacia Duster-owning readers would happily recommend the car to friends, relatives and colleagues.