Monday, October 31, 2011
Renault Pulse is the bunny from the hat. Renault was in the lime light with its recent speculations of coming up with a small car. The list just seemed to swell from the likes of the Renault Modus to the likes of the Renault Clio, but on the D-day it was the Renault Pulse that raced across the finish line after the Indian Grand Prix.
The Renault Pulse has been designed for India from the Mumbai Renault design centre. The grand event yesterday night at Noida saw the birth of the Renault Pulse. The event was attended by F1 drivers Mark Webber and Karun Chandok.
On the racy occasion, Carlos Tavares, COO, Renault s.a.s said, “Renault is fully committed towards the Indian customers; the launch of 3 new models within 6 months clearly demonstrates this commitment. India will witness the best product, power train, technology and design from Renault”. The Renault Pulse engine will be equipped with a K9K engine which will be the best in class with superior mileage as well.
Managing Director of Renault India, Marc Nassif, said “After having established the Renault DNA with products like the Fluence and the Koleos we now launch the PULSE which will enable us to reach a much wider segment of customers. The Pulse carries forward the Renault DNA of safety, quality and innovation and we are sure the customers will like this premium compact which combines all the luxuries of a bigger sedan with the economy of a small compact. We are not only adding to our product portfolio but we are also growing our sales and service network to address the needs of our customers.”