Vivaldi is bringing its web browser to Renault's next generation of cars. The browser will only be accessible while the car is parked to provide more safety to others using roads and paths.
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The French automobile company has introduced Megane E-Tech Electric car at an event in Germany. The vehicles comes with up to 215 horsepower and 470 km range on a single charge in test conditions.
Groupe Renault announced today that it is exploring the possibility of setting up a driverless mobility service in the Île-de-France region in France. The project will be developed jointly with Waymo.
Waymo has joined forces with automotive giants Renault and Nissan to explore the development of driverless mobility services in France and Japan. The goal is to transport people and goods.