The Renault group has just entered a new chapter (the third) of its plan re-authenticationwhich he called the “Revolution” which consists of the creation of five different business units: Ampere, Alpine, Mobilize, The Future is NEUTRAL and Power.
These new business units will be independent, with separate accounts and each with its own director, with the aim of increasing the profit and valuation of each of these divisions.
the first, the Ampereannounced a few days ago, and is described by the Renault Group as an independent manufacturer that will be responsible for the development and production of 100% electric cars for Renault.
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This new company is described by the Renault Group as ‘the first pure and disruptive’player’ electric and from software of a traditional car manufacturer”.
Ambition: to produce one million trams by 2031
Ampere will be listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange in the second half of next year, with the Renault Group retaining a majority stake. However, Qualcomm Technologies, or one of its subsidiaries, has already expressed intentions to invest in the fledgling company.
Based in France and with around 10,000 employees, Ampere will have six electric cars by 2030: the new Renault 5 Electric and 4 Electric in the B segment, and the Mégane E-Tech Electric, the Scénic Electric and others. announced in the C segment.
Ampere aims to produce approximately one million electric vehicles for the Renault brand by 2031, and the Renault group expects an annual growth of 30% for this company over the next 10 years.
Alpine to the Conquest of the US and China
then follows the alpinewhich will be an exclusive zero-emission brand, while retaining its racing DNA.
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Alpine’s goal is to expand the brand globally, with half of its future growth taking place outside of Europe, in North America and China.
For this, the French manufacturer will become an all-electric brand from 2026, with the launch of the successor to the A110 and two new models: a hot hatch derived from the Renault 5 and a crossing for the C segment.
Then the Alpine also plans to launch two proposals with state-of-the-art technology for the D and E segments to support its international expansion.
Mobilize to ‘attack’ the new mobility
Concerning the mobilizethat we already know is designed and built to “tackle the new mobility, energy and data services market”.
Built around Mobilize Financial Services, which has a portfolio of four million customers, Mobilize will become a dedicated Vehicle-as-a-Service provider, combining a range of solutions to meet the needs of “retail customers, fleets and mobility operators” .
The future is NEUTRAL, an unprecedented company
The fourth company announced by the Renault Group is called “The Future is NEUTRAL” and presents itself as “the first 360º circular economy company in the automotive industry, from the closed loop in materials to battery recycling”.
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This company currently covers approximately 50% of the value chain and aims to reach more than 90% by 2030 and become the European leader in the circular economy of the automotive sector.
Power will “animate” thermal and hybrid models
Finally, the division currentannounced at the same time as Ampere, will be responsible for the further development of combustion engine and hybrid models for Renault, Dacia and Renault VCL (light commercial vehicle division).
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To boost this division, Groupe Renault also announced a partnership with Geely, leading to the “Horse” project. In total, this company will represent a turnover of 15 billion euros from day one and guarantee a volume of five million units per year.
After executing one of the fastest and most unexpected turnaround plans, preparing the company for growth and ensuring the development of the best product line in decades, we strive to position ourselves faster and stronger than the competition in the new supply chains . : electric vehicles, software, new mobility and circular economy.
Luca de Meo, CEO of the Renault Group
Thanks to all this, the Renault Group aims to achieve an operating margin of more than 8% by 2025 – it should be more than 5% by 2022 – and 10% by 2030.