2es expositions de 2010
November 20, 2010 -January 11, 2011
L'Atelier Renault welcomes you in a festive atmosphere to celebrate the magic of Christmas. From concept cars to the range's latest additions (Latitude and Miss Sixty), all the brand's stars are on show on the Champs-Elysées.
The youngest visitors can have their face painted and their picture taken with Santa Claus.
Dreams can come true at any age!
September 11 - November 14, 2010
In 1910, as the first automobile manufacturer to establish itself on the Champs-Elysées, Renault was a pioneer and visionary. As early as 1962, just a half-century after its creation, the Renault showroom had become a highly popular venue on "the world's most beautiful avenue", thanks to the Pub Renault and its unprecedented concept.
With the approach of the new millennium, it changed its name to L'Atelier Renault and was renovated to keep in step with the manufacturer's new tagline, "Renault, créateur d'automobiles".
This exhibit traces the 100 years of Renault's presence on the Champs-Elysées: a century of automobile dreams and adventure.
July 2 - September 5, 2010
This fun and educational exhibition offers an opportunity to promote the eco program and the progress accomplished by Renault on the environmental front.
It highlights the vehicles that are the most environmentally friendly and economical to run: Scénic Bioethanol and Twingo 94g, plus Twizy Z.E. and ZOE Z.E., two all-electric concept cars.
March 5 - June 20, 2010
With the approach of Spring, Renault creates a "Sensation" with the unveiling of six new vehicles entirely devoted to design, performance and innovation.
Renault Wind, the new two-seat roadster coupé;
Mégane Coupé Cabriolet; Dacia Duster; the limited edition Mégane "XV de France"; and the limited edition Clio 20th, as well as the new Twingo Gordini R.S. and Clio Gordini R.S.
Fill up on new "Sensations"!
January 14 - February 28, 2010
Number one in Europe for 12 years and a partner of everyday French life for more than a century, Renault devotes this exhibit to its vans and pays homage to the millions of drivers and users who helped forge the legend.
From the crank-handled milk truck to the latest electric concept van, this exhibition provides a taste of past and future Renault vans.