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  • ghosn.geneva.automotiveIT
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    "There will be regulatory acceptance for autonomous cars because they increase safety"

    2016-03-04T11:02:32Z

    Ghosn unveiled the Nissan IDS concept at the Geneva auto show (Photo: Nissan) Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke about the digital transformation of the Franco-Japanese car alliance and other matters to reporters at the Geneva auto show in early March. You recently appointed former Nokia executive Ogi Redzic to ...

  • nissan.automotiveIT
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    Ghosn reaffirms Renault-Nissan roadmap for autonomous driving

    2015-04-24T09:38:19Z

    Nissan and Renault cars will be able to change lanes autonomously from 2018 (Photo: Nissan) Carlos Ghosn reaffirmed his commitment to have "a complete package of autonomous drive technologies" on Renault and Nissan vehicles by 2020, but repeated his expectation that driverless cars are at least a decade away. ...

  • ghosn.automotiveIT
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    Ghosn says driverless cars at least 10 years away

    2015-03-02T17:07:24Z

    Ghosn sees regulatory and cyber-security obstacles for driverless driving (Photo: Bloomberg) It will be at least 10 years before fully autonomous cars will be sold on world markets, Renault and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said Monday. "We'll be going from more simple to more complex forms of autonomous driving," ...

  • Peugeot.automotiveIT
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    Tavares is new COO at Renault

    2011-05-31T09:47:37Z

    Carlos Tavares succeeds Patrick Pelata as Renault COO As expected, Nissan Americas Executive Vice President Carlos Tavares has been appointed COO of Renault, the French carmaker announced late Monday. Tavares, 52, will succeed Patrick Pelata, who resigned from his post earlier this year following Renault's firing of three executives wrongly ...

  • pelata Renault_10603_1_5.automotiveIT
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    Patrick Pelata steps down as Renault COO

    2011-04-11T20:09:37Z

    Patrick Pelata will join the Renault-Nissan alliance Patrick Pelata stepped down as COO of Renault Monday in the wake of revelations that the French automaker had falsely accused three of its managers of espionage. Pelata will take up a position with the Renault-Nissan alliance and will, thus, stay connected to ...