27 Jan 2020
Friendship crisis is not a hindrance. Apparently, the alliance decided to recall this thesis and bury the ax of war.
The chief engineers of Renault and Nissan will hold a meeting to discuss the resumption of joint research projects. It is reported by Automotive News Europe. According to two sources close to the French automaker, Gilles Le Bourne, who joined Renault from the PSA Group earlier this year, will meet in Japan with Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi, who oversees this kind of cooperation at Nissan. A third source told reporters that the alliance was hit, but the engineering team is still ready to work together.
Savings due to the joint development and use of automotive platforms, power plants and other technologies are vital for both Renault and Nissan, especially in conditions where the entire automotive industry is forced to invest heavily in electrification and automation of personal vehicles.
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