During this time, the company also revealed another feature called Safe Guardian. With the help of this feature, if your car is running faster then it will be automatic control.
Renault has announced that, it is going to reduce the speed of all its vehicles. The company said that, it will stop the speed at 180 kmph in the global market. Considering the safety of the car drivers and road accidents, the company has taken this decision. Renault Group CEO Luca de Meo stated the plan during the company’s CSR roadmap.
Renault has revealed that it will cap all its cars at speeds and it will be 180 kmph. The company will use the new safety tech in its vehicles. Safety coaches will be included in this. According to the company, with the help of this, the drivers will be informed about the traffic data and the danger ahead.
During this time, the company also revealed another feature called Safe Guardian. With the help of this feature, if your car is running faster and going on the road, then the system of the vehicle will detect it and the speed of the vehicle will be reduced by itself. The car maker has said that all the sensors in the car will help the driver in every possible way in terms of safety. At the same time, the company will also put QR code stickers on its trains for complete information about the vehicle.
Company focuses more on electric vehicles
Renault has revealed that the company is focusing more on electric vehicles to completely eliminate the carbon by the year 2050. At the same time, the company is also focusing on how the waste released during manufacturing will be recycled. This includes EV batteries and other materials.
Talking about the Indian market, Renault launched the Kaigar Compact SUV yesterday. To increase the EV market further, the company wants to launch electric cars in India. The company had previously seen a glimpse of electric cars in India, but when it will be launched, it is not currently known.
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