French car giant RenaultAn explosive action came from Turkey regarding Turkey. The company announced that it will now sell the SUV model ‘Duster’, which it has been selling under the Dacia brand for years, as the Renault Duster. duster, second half of next year From now on it will carry the Renault logo.
The company held a meeting today in Istanbul with the participation of names such as Fabrice Cambolive, one of its senior managers. Press meeting carried out. This press conference explained how work was being done in the context of the collaboration between Renault and OYAK. Also Renault”International Game Plan 2027It was also announced what awaits consumers in Turkey in the context of the ‘objectives’. The Renault Duster announcement was also made at this time.
There will be 4 local models!
According to the statement, OYAK’s Renault factory will be closed until 2027. 4 local models will start production. Three of these will consist of vehicles in the B and C SUV segments. One of the models in the C-SUV segment will predictably be the Renault Duster. Renault Duster will be launched next year hybrid engine choice Let’s give as a footnote what he has to offer.
CEO of Renault Group Türkiye Jan Ptacek In the statement of:
MAIS A.Ş. CEO Dr. Berk Çağdaş made the following statements about Renault Duster’s plans:
This is what the 2024 Dacia Duster, introduced a few days ago, looked like:
Looking at Renault’s other statements about its future in Turkey, to electrical conversion It’s clear he cares. Because according to Renault, 1 in 3 Renaults sold will be electric by 2027. In this process, the company will also invest in the Bursa plant and use Renault’s new generation of cars. platform will integrate it into this factory. Extent of the investments to be made according to Renault 400 million euros will exceed.
Renault’s statements come from the company’s factory in Bursa. hopeful is it reveals. Because according to the company, the OYAK factory will be a global export center by 2027. The factory, which currently imports 75 percent of the vehicles produced to Europe, will do the same to more than 50 countries will export.
Source: Web Tekno
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