Renault has unveiled their new "Drive the Change" action plan which calls for the company to launch a variety of new models.

Renault has unveiled their new "Drive the Change" action plan which calls for the company to launch a variety of new models.

Things will kick off this fall when Renault launches the new Twingo and Trafic. They will eventually be joined by redesigned versions of the Espace, Megane and Scenic which will all ride on the CMF C-D platform. There are also plans for a new "D sedan" which will also ride on the aforementioned architecture.

Renault will also  build pickups for emerging markets, "extend its market coverage with a complete lineup of crossover vehicles" and launch an entry-level model in India and South America.

The company will also focus on increasing their market share in Brazil, India and Russia. China is a "top priority" so the company is constructing a plant in Wuhan that can build 150,000 C and D segment crossovers annually.

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