PARIS – Renault SA has renamed its technical center from Technocentre to Le Losange, the French word for the Renault logo. When it was established in 1998, the center was strictly an engineering facility, and it still holds 90% of Renault’s global engineering operations. But since then, other Renault operational divisions have moved in, and a new name was deemed appropriate. Renault chose the logo because it stands for the whole company. The first lozenge shape appeared on a Renault in ...
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