GENEVA — Renault SA's strategy to rebuild its brand worldwide with a move upscale gained credence with the recent presentation of the Vel Satis, a tall station wagon with a wraparound rear windshield. The 4-door, 5-passenger front-drive car will appeal to non-conformists, says Renault Chairman Louis Schweitzer, but it also will appeal to some traditional buyers of German luxury marques. Partner Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will provide the 235-hp 3L DOHC V-6 engine — from its highly regarded ...
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