France Info notes Renault’s authoritative management style is generating tension throughout the group, while the Huffington Post calls the recent flap a battle of egos between car-guy Tavares and manager Ghosn.
The U.S. factory captures rainwater to cool equipment and flush toilets. It is surrounded by buffalo grass, which doesn’t need watering, and ponds developed during construction are retained for their environmental benefits. Outdoor LEDs light the night.
BMW is the sponsor of next year’s project, a derivative of the X3 that will be displayed at SEMA. GM is next in line, with students working on a small urban car that Gen Z (those born in the 1990s) would want in 2020.
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