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Thierry Koskas

Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Groupe Renault

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Groupe Renault

13-15 Quai Le Gallo

Boulogne-Billancourt, Ile-de-France,92109


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Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing

Renault SA

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Renault denies reports it cheated on emissions tests for decades : News : Money Times

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(Photo : Mark Thompson/Getty Images) LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 21: (L-R) Renault Sport Chief Technical Officer Bob Bell, Nico Hulkenberg of Germany and Renault Sport, Jolyon Palmer of Great Britain and Renault Sport, Renault Sport President Jerome Stoll, former driver and Special Adviser to the team Alain Prost, Sergey Sirotkin of Russia and Renault Sport, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing Thierry Koskas and Renault Sport Managing Director Cyril Abiteboul pose with the Renault Sport Formula One team's 2017 car, the RS17, on February 21, 2017 in London, England.

Renault Sport Formula One Team launches the R.S.17 in London - Paddock Magazine

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(L to R): Bob Bell (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team Chief Technical Officer; Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Renault Sport F1 Team; Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Renault Sport F1 Team; Jerome Stoll (FRA) Renault Sport F1 President; Alain Prost (FRA); Mandhir Singh, Castol COO; Sergey Sirotkin (RUS) Renault Sport F1 Team Third Driver; Thierry Koskas, Renault Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing; Pepijn Richter, Microsoft Director of Product Marketing; Tommaso Volpe, Infiniti Global Director of Motorsport; Cyril Abiteboul (FRA) Renault Sport F1 Managing Director, and the Renault Sport F1 Team RS17.
Present at the launch were Thierry Koskas, Groupe Renault Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Jérôme Stoll, President and Cyril Abiteboul, Managing Director of Renault Sport Racing, as well as Renault Sport Formula One Team's senior management and drivers, and Alain Prost as Renault Sport Racing Special Advisor.

Electric Vehicles - The New Economy

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Thierry Koskas on electric vehicles | Renault Nissan | Video
The New Economy interviews Thierry Koskas, Programme Director of Renault Electric Vehicles, on pioneering zero-emission motoring

Renault's electric car plans in detail

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Thierry Koskas, the man in charge of electric vehicles at Renault, said the Twizy will be sold in two versions: one with a top speed of 50km/h (31mph), making it licence-exempt in some markets and therefore destined to be driven by lucky teenagers, and another with a 75km/h (47mph) maximum.
The Twizy will be homologated as a quadricycle (a legal category that is equivalent to a four-wheeled motorcycle) rather than as a full car, and as such will be exempt from much of the crash-worthiness legislation that applies to full-size cars. Renault is not about to jeopardise its hard-won reputation for safety, however, and the Twizy will offer a driver's airbag plus curtain airbags at each side on the faster model, according to Koskas. "We would like to get as near to the car regulations as possible," he said, "but we are saying it is an alternative to a motorcycle or scooter, not to a car." In the first quarter of 2012, the production version of Renault's fourth electric car is due: called Zoe. Koskas says Zoe will be the same size and price as the Clio supermini and will be aimed at people who commute every day. The production car will be very little like the gull-winged Zoe concept shown off at this year's Frankfurt motor show, except in overall size. Koskas says the objective is to launch these new vehicles simultaneously in all their target markets, adding that with electric cars, the amount of adaptation required for different markets is actually less than for fossil-fuelled vehicles. Renault is not planning to sell batteries to its customers - unless they really insist on owning them, according to Koskas. Koskas said the sticker price will be in the same ballpark as a large, mid-range motorcycle, but he added that the actual amount is not yet set. He did mention the Piaggio MP3 - an upmarket three-wheeled scooter costing about £6,500 - as a key competitor. The Zoe and Fluence will use the same 250kg battery storing 24kWh, while the Twizy's 60kg battery will hold, presumably, about 5.75kWh. The Twizy will be charged only using the standard mains supply. The Twizy has no fast-charging option - as there will be for the bigger cars - but it will take only three hours to fully charge and most drivers will be unlikely to tap its full 100km range. You can find out more about Renault's plans at the firm's Sustainable-mobility.org web site, including a video interview with Koskas (en français, with subtitles). Here are the rest of the questions we put to Koskas, and his answers as near as we could scribble them: Thierry Koskas, top EV bod at Renault GreenMotor.co.uk: We think the Twizy is a great concept - a really brave design and potentially a big step forward for urban mobility. Does the concept only work as an electric vehicle, or could we see a Twizy with a conventional engine? Thierry Koskas: We want to associate the Twizy with electric drive and the environmental benefits of electric cars.


"We are working on a technical plan which should allow us to cut emissions," Renault sales director Thierry Koskas said during a presentation on the group's 2015 sales performance.
When asked how the test results differed from those conducted under real conditions, he said: "Renault did not cheat...

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