Renault is going to introduce hybrid versions of its top-selling models, the French automaker stated on Monday, as the European auto industry races to meet tightening emissions targets. Starting in 2020, the company is going to present a gasoline-electric hybrid Clio subcompact and rechargeable plug-in hybrid variants of its Captur mini-SUV and Megane hatchback. “What
French automaker Renault anticipates a first-mover benefit in electric automobiles and a broader range of automobiles for emerging markets to help it provide a 44 percent sales boost by 2022. Electric cars are “developing into a substantial contributor to our performance while other automakers are just starting the journey”, CEO Carlos Ghosn stated on Friday.