Renault Group, which has been operating in Turkey for 52 years, is adding the production of the new generation city car Mitsubishi COLT in Bursa to its continuous investments.
Renault Group Turkey CEO and Oyak-Renault Chairman of the Board of Directors Hakan Doğu: “We will continue our investments in line with the unwavering trust we have in Turkey. Our new announcement is a concrete indication of our determination.”
The next-generation COLT will be built on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance's modular CMF-B platform, just like the Clio model. The new vehicle will go on sale in Europe in the 2023th quarter of 4.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance's cooperation strategy based on the "win-win" philosophy and Renault Group's long-standing partnership with the Oyak Group for 52 years are further strengthened by the decision to manufacture the Next Generation Mitsubishi Colt at the Oyak-Renault Bursa Factory. .
Hakan Doğu, CEO of Renault Group Turkey and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Oyak-Renault, said in a statement on the subject:
“As Renault Group, we have been in Turkey since 1969 in partnership with Oyak Group, rooted and successfully, and as the industry leader for 21 years.
Oyak-Renault Bursa Factory, which is the leader in passenger car production and exports 80% of its production, ranks 3rd among Turkey's largest exporting companies and contributes 2,3 billion Euros per year to Turkey's total exports (2021 figure). ). Renault MAİS A.Ş., which carries out the distribution activities of Renault and Dacia brands with its widespread sales and after-sales service network consisting of more than 150 points, is one of the companies that offer the widest range of products to the Turkish automotive market. The Clio and Megane Sedans produced in the Oyak-Renault Bursa factory have been among the most preferred models by consumers for years. The sum of our investments in Turkey since 2000 is at the level of 2 billion Euros.
We will continue our investments without interruption in line with the unwavering trust we have in Turkey. Our new announcement is a concrete indication of our determination.”