CO2 neutrality, a healthy ecology, and the largest and most competitive electric car production facility in Europe are the goal of the new ElectriCity industrial cluster, which includes the three Renault factories in northern France with 5,000 people in Douai, Maubeuge, and Ruitz. The foundation is the "Renaulution" plan, which the business announced at the start of 2021 and focused on e-mobility. Renault has now provided an update on the status of the ElectriCity project.
Renault said that preparations for serial production of the new Megane E-Tech Electric were already underway at the Douai facility. With projected annual output of over 400,000 vehicles beginning in 2025, ElectriCity should make inexpensive electric cars available to a wide range of people. "To become Europe's biggest electromobility manufacturing hub, Renault is streamlining industrial processes, boosting operational efficiency, and developing an integrated ecosystem that contributes to reduced fixed costs." Renault officials said, "The new Renault Group ElectriCity structure is all about manufacturing quality and maximum competitiveness."