Renault and Dacia look forward to meeting the media on September 15 and 16 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The programme of events includes new product launches, a press conference and talks with Groupe Renault senior executives.

This year's programme features:
• A Renault press conference at 2pm on Tuesday, September 15 with Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Groupe Renault
• World debut of the New Renault Mégane
• Renault and Dacia stands in Hall 8



RENAULT STAND

The 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show will showcase a raft of new Renault products, including four new cars released this year:

  • Carlos Ghosn will unveil the New Renault Mégane in a world premiere.

  • Following on from this summer's reveal of the Renault Talisman, the saloon and estate variants of the car will go on display to the public.

  • The media and public will also have the opportunity to discover the new Espace and the Kadjar.
DACIA STAND

The Dacia stand will highlight two new products:

  • Introduction of Easy-R automated manual transmission, a two-pedal solution for the Logan, Logan MCV, Sandero and Sandero Stepway - a first for Dacia.

  • The Duster Edition 2016: new equipment and styling changes.
The following members of the Group Executive Committee will attend the two press days:

  • Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO

  • Jérôme Stoll, Chief Performance Officer and Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing

  • Thierry Bolloré, Chief Competitive Officer

  • Bruno Ancelin, Executive Vice President, Product Planning and Programmes

  • Jose Vincente de los Mozos Obispo, Executive Vice President, Manufacturing and Supply Chain

  • Gaspar Gascon Abellan, Executive Vice President Engineering

  • Stefan Mueller, Executive Vice President, Chairman of Europe Region

  • Dominique Thormann, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

  • Christian Vandenhende, Executive Vice President, Quality and Total Customer Satisfaction
Experts on all the products and topics presented in Frankfurt will also be in attendance to answer any questions about the new Renault and Dacia lines.
Please submit your requests for interviews now to the press office in your country.

The press conference will be streamed live on the media and Group websites: www.media.renault.com /www.group.renault.com
We look forward to seeing you at Frankfurt on September 15!