PARIS – Renault SA is preparing a disassembly line at its Flins factory in preparation to meet tough European rules for end-of-life vehicles. It also will add a line at the facility to produce its upcoming purpose-built electric car. Flins workers now assemble the current Clio and are preparing to restart production of the previous generation, sold as the Clio Campus, which until recently was produced at Renault’s factory in Slovenia that also makes the Twingo. The new disassembly ...

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