Renault At Geneva Motor Show 2010

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PARIS – February 24, 2010: Maintaining its usual show-stealing stance of recent European motor shows, Geneva’s PalExpo will be the setting for Renault’s latest two world debuts next week, in the form of Wind and New Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet.

Alongside the two new head-turning drop-tops for which initial details have already been released, the French marque will also be showing its first dual-clutch transmission, plus a couple of surprises.

Renault Group will be hosting two Press conferences on Tuesday 2nd March. Jérome Stoll, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, will host Renault’s at 16:15 (CET) on Stand 4130. Slightly earlier in the day, at 14:45 on Stand 2130, Dacia’s will be taken by Beatrice Foucher, Product Director.

The Renault Press conference will be aired live on its global media site,, while Dacia’s will be broadcast via video portal,

Full corporate and product Press kits, including high resolution photography and product videos for both brands will be available on the international media site, at 08:30 (CET) on 2 March. Copies of both speeches will also be available online at 17:30 (CET). In addition, UK Press materials will be automatically emailed, and available to download, at 07:30 (GMT) from on the same day. Unregistered users for both sites are invited to sign-up now.

If you miss the live broadcast, recorded coverage of the Renault Press conference will be on the international media site at 10:00 (CET) on 3 March, with a three-minute summary compilation available from 18:00.

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