… the first part!
Speaking of electric cars, what is your opinion of the EC 2011 White Paper and of the studies conducted in the US, by Exxon and by Toyota itself, according to which a significant market is only possible after 2020?
Don’t you think Renault’s anticipating the times is counterproductive? And if you don’t, why not? Read more »
Posted by Pietro Montagna in Car, Dacia, Ecology and Environment, Electric Cars, Market, Renault, The Interviews |
Interview Date: January, 21 2013
Professional Profile: Jacques Bousquet is a graduate of the EDHEC Business School in Lille and majored in Business Management at the University of Michigan of Detroit, the Duke University in North Carolina and the INSEAD in Fontainebleau. From 1982 to 1998 he held positions of increasing responsibility in Ford; from 1999 to 2002 in Fiat Auto, and later DaimlerChrysler France as Managing Director and then he covered the role of CEO of Chrysler Europe from 2006 to 2008. Since January 2009 he was President and CEO of Renault Italy.
Since June 2011 Jacques Bousquet is also President of UNRAE. Read more »
Posted by Pietro Montagna in Car, Dacia, Ecology and Environment, Electric Cars, Europe, Market, Renault, The Interviews |
[Marine Drive, Llandudno, Wales] (LOC) © The Library of Congress
40,000 fatal car accidents occur every year in Europe and 93% of them are due to human errors. This is the evidence that highlights the limits of the “automobile solution” for land transportation.
The use of this solution for people transportation implies the death of a percentage of them! It is as if every year a small town would disappear. It is unpleasant to make a so dramatic statement but this is the reality.
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Posted by Raffaele Vincenti in Car, Ecology and Environment, Electric Cars, Piaggio |