Renault will expand the family Kwid with new models

The new strategic plan of the Renault Group includes an investment of 18,000 million euros, and the launch of 22 new models. The range Kwid will be expanded with the arrival of new variants of bodywork and a compact SUV could be one of the alternatives.

Hace a few days the Director General of the Renault Group Carlos Ghosn announced the new strategic plan of the company called “Drive The Future, which includes raising the utilities from here to 2022, basically thanks to the launch of new vehicles and the development of activities in Brazil, India, and Iran.

Renault plans an investment of around 18,000 million euros in research and development and trace as a goal to increase sales by 40% at the end of the period 2017-2022, with the purpose of to reach the 5 million units sold, compared to 3.4 million vehicles that the French firm sold last year.

Ghosn has very clear that the majority of these new sales will come from emerging markets and it is for this reason that they have decided to to reinforce its presence in markets such as Russia, through AvtoVaz and its brand Lada, in addition to giving a new impetus to the activities of Renault in Brazil, where they have already begun to produce the Kwid.

The Renault Kwid, designed and assembled in India, has become an immediate success in its home market and it is for this reason that Renault already designed a new series of models that use the same platform and that initially will be designed for India, but as happened with the Kwid, later will be able to reach out to other international markets.

Other markets which will reinforce its activities will be Iran, where they would build a new assembly plant in where occur to the Symbol and Duster. In addition, in China, the French firm already anució that travñeb Dongfeng, will manufacture an electric version of the Kwid.

in Addition to all of the range Dacia will be renewed, something that already started with the Duster then we will the new generations of the Logan and Path. The strategic plan sees the launch of 22 new vehicles in a term of five years and three of them will be completely new and 15 of these models will be electric.