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Notapor A.P.M. » 15 Ene 2017, 13:58

seba_s10 escribió:Yo lo que entiendo es que si Renault utilizó un software para pasar la normativa, pero que ese software haya sido desarrollado pura y exclusivamente para pasar la prueba a sabiendas de que en un uso normal cambia mapas de combustión, etc. para mantener las prestaciones ya dejando de lado las emisiones, de ser así estamos ante un caso igual que el de VW. Pero no hablamos de que un motor este diseñado para pasar la prueba y en uso real gaste/contamine más. Estamos hablando de desarrollar un software que sabe "interpretar" por la carga de trabajo cuando está siendo probado en laboratorio y cuando está rodando en la calle. Son cosas diferentes.


Por lo que tengo entendido, no hay software de ningún tipo. El motor al tener que pasar la normativa, se va de valores en la vida real por razones obvias: la homologación y la circulación real difieren una vedadera burrada. Este año se cambia la normativa de homologación, añadiendo además la circulación real, asi que veremos todo mas realista, cosa imposible hasta ahora

Otra cosa es que determinados elementos, para proteger el motor, se desconecten o funcionen a menor nivel, contaminando mas, pero eso lo tienen todas las marcas (eso se decia tambien de Opel y resulta que hay elementos que hacen esas cosas)
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Notapor A.P.M. » 23 Feb 2017, 13:18

Carlos Ghosn abandona su puesto como consejero delegado de Nissan

El brasileño Carlos Ghosn abandonará su puesto como consejero delegado (CEO) en Nissan el próximo 1 de abril, aunque se mantendrá como presidente del fabricante nipón de vehículos, anunció hoy la compañía en un comunicado.

El japonés Hiroto Saikawa será el encargado de sustituir en el puesto a Ghosn tras su nombramiento como presidente de Mitsubishi Motors a finales de 2016 a raíz de la adquisición del 34 % de la compañía nipona, duramente golpeada por el falseo de los datos de consumo de combustible de varios de sus minivehículos.

Ghosn, quien también es presidente y CEO de Renault, se centrará a partir de ahora en "la expansión y administración de la alianza" automovilística, sin abandonar sus responsabilidades en Nissan.

"Como presidente de Nissan seguiré supervisando y guiando a la compañía, tanto en su independencia como dentro de la alianza. Este cambio planificado también me permitirá dedicar más tiempo y energía a la gestión de la evolución estratégica y operativa, así como la expansión de la alianza Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi", dijo Ghosn.

El ejecutivo, que buscará renovar su mandato en la junta de accionistas que tendrá lugar en junio, expuso que quiere "asegurar que todos los miembros se benefician de las ventajas competitivas" de dicha asociación.

Ghosn, quien considera que es el "momento adecuado" para esta sucesión y dice estar "seguro de que el equipo de gestión que he desarrollado en Nissan en los últimos 18 años -entre ellos Saikawa- tiene el talento y la experiencia para cumplir con los objetivos operativos y estratégicos de la compañía".

El cambio en la cúpula de la empresa se debe a que Ghosn acumulaba demasiadas responsabilidades en la gestión de las tres compañías, lo que no le permitía centrarse en decisiones de carácter más estratégico dirigidas a recortar distancias con sus competidores, señaló una fuente próxima a Nissan a la agencia local Kyodo.

Ghosn, de 62 años, comenzó a trabajar en 1999 como jefe de operaciones en Nissan procedente de la directiva de Renault, y logró salvar a la compañía de la bancarrota con un drástico proceso de reestructuración que le valió el apodo de "el verdugo de los costes".

Saikawa, actualmente Co-CEO de Nissan, se unió a la compañía en 1977 y desde 1999 ha desempeñado diversos cargos de alta dirección.

El japonés es además presidente de la Asociación de Fabricantes de Vehículos de Japón (JAMA), y durante diez años (2006-2016) formó parte del consejo de administración de Renault.

Tras la medida anunciada hoy por Nissan Motor, los títulos de la empresa perdieron un 0,58% de su valor en la Bolsa de Tokio.

http://www.eleconomista.es/ecomotor/mot ... issan.html
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Notapor A.P.M. » 15 Mar 2017, 01:18

El ex-diseñador de BMW, Karim Habim, se convierte en el jefe de diseño de Infiniti
Tomará posesión del cargo el 1 de julio

Alfonso Albaisa, jefe de diseño global de Nissan:
"We are happy to have Karim join us, and head our global Infiniti design teams. During his career as a designer and a leader of global teams, he always created modern and inspiring designs. Karim is very skilled at capturing the heart and passion of a brand, while at the same time giving each design its unique character. I look forward to Karim inspiring our teams to shape the next generation of Infinitis"


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Notapor A.P.M. » 16 Sep 2017, 01:25

Alianza 2022
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Acaba de ser presentada la hoja de ruta hasta 2022 por parte de la nueva estructura Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi
- sinergias de 10 mil millones de €
- 9 millones d evehiculos con 4 plataformas modulares
- mayor gama mecanica compartida (75% de todads las mecanicas que hay en el grupo)
- 12 modelos electricos entre las 3 marcas, usando plataforma modulares y componentes comunes
- Evolución de la tecnologia electrica con plataformas, motores, y baterias de mas capacidad (600km NEDC). Y mejoras en la capacidad de recarga rapida
- 40 vehiculos con tecnologia de conducción autonoma

Nota de prensa, en inglés
Alliance 2022: new plan targets annual synergies of €10 billion and forecasts unit sales of 14 million & combined revenues of $240 billion

Renault, Nissan & Mitsubishi motors to strengthen cooperation and accelerate use of common platforms, powertrains & new technologies.

New six-year plan set to achieve the following objectives:

- More than 9 million vehicles to share four common platforms
- Proportion of common powertrains to rise from a third to three-quarters of total volumes
- Additional synergies expected from electrification, connectivity and autonomous technologies
- 12 pure electric models to be launched, utilizing common EV platforms and components
- 40 vehicles to be launched with autonomous drive (AD) technology
- To become an operator of robo-vehicle ride-hailing services


Alliance 2022, a six-year plan announced today, has set a new target to double annual synergies to €10 billion by the end of the plan.


Carlos Ghosn, chairman and chief executive officer of the Alliance, said: “Today marks a new milestone for our member companies. By the end of our strategic plan Alliance 2022, we aim to double our annual synergies to €10 billion. To achieve this target, on one side Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors will accelerate collaboration on common platforms, powertrains and next-generation electric, autonomous and connected technologies. From the other side, synergies will be enhanced by our growing scale. Our total annual sales are forecast to exceed 14 million units, generating revenues expected at $240 billion by the end of the plan.”

Under Alliance 2022, the member companies will increase their use of common platforms, with nine million units based on four common platforms. The plan will also extend the use of common powertrains to 75 percent of total sales.

Alliance 2022 plans a major expansion in shared electric vehicle technologies, alongside the development and deployment of advanced autonomous drive systems, vehicle connectivity and new mobility services.

Twelve new zero-emission electric vehicles will be launched by 2022, utilizing new common electric vehicle platforms and components for multiple segments. Over the same period, 40 vehicles will be introduced with different levels of autonomy, all the way to fully autonomous capability. Becoming an operator of robo-vehicle ride-hailing services is a major part of the new mobility services strategy.

The launch of a new logo and online presence was also revealed today for the Alliance, symbolizing the growing convergence and cooperation between the member companies.

Mr. Ghosn concluded: “This plan will boost the growth and profitability of our member companies. We intend to deliver on growing synergies, with three autonomous companies cooperating with the efficiency of one. The Alliance has grown and performed with two members since 1999. With Alliance 2022, we will prove that we will grow and perform with three companies or more.”

Alliance 2022 unit-sales, revenues and synergies

This year, Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors became the world’s largest automotive group by sales volume. In the first half of 2017, volumes increased by seven percent year-on-year to 5.27 million units, whilst aggregate sales of electric vehicles reached a combined total of more than 500,000 units.

Total unit sales by the member companies are expected to exceed 14 million vehicles per year by the end of the plan. Combined financial revenues are forecast to reach $240 billion by the end of the plan, up more than 30 percent on the $180 billion aggregate revenues achieved in 2016.

The increased synergy target of €10 billion by the end of the plan follows a 16 percent rise in synergies in 2016 to €5 billion. The doubling of synergies will be achieved partially by contributions from Mitsubishi Motors, specifically through deeper localization, joint plant utilization, common vehicle platforms, and an expanded presence in mature and emerging markets.

Additional synergies are expected from light commercial vehicles (LCV), aftersales and technology-sharing in electric vehicles, autonomous drive, connected cars and new mobility services. This will complement synergies from existing converged functions in engineering; manufacturing engineering and supply-chain; purchasing and human resources.


Alliance 2022 – targets & details
Extension of common platforms and powertrains


Alongside the three technology building blocks, the member companies will extend their use of shared common platforms and powertrains.

New developments include:
- In 2022, more than 9 million vehicles will be built on four common platforms, up from 2 million vehicles on two platforms in 2016
- By the end of the plan, the member companies will share 22 engines out of a total of 31, compared with 14 engines out of a combined total of 38 in 2016
- The common platform strategy – based on the CMF architecture – will be extended to a new common EV platform with advanced autonomous drive capability and to a new B-segment common platform for mid-sized vehicles.
- Mitsubishi Motors will gain access to the CMF architecture and utilize common powertrains by 2020

The extension of the Common Module Family follows the success of the shared vehicle architecture by Renault and Nissan in recent years, which has included the use of common platforms and powertrains across a widening portfolio of vehicles including the Nissan Rogue, Qashqai and X-Trail, Renault Espace, Kadjar and Megane, as well as Renault Kwid and Datsun redi-GO.

Alliance 2022 technology building blocks

The technology building blocks will contribute synergies by avoiding development duplication and providing greater and faster access to innovation for the member companies.

1. Reinforcing electric vehicle leadership
As the original pioneer and global leader in pure EV sales, the objective remains to be the number one provider of mainstream, mass market and affordable EVs around the world. By 2022, the member companies will significantly increase their product range to cover all main segments in their key markets of Japan, the USA, China and Europe.

The electrification building block will involve:
- Common, scalable EV platforms for multiple segments by 2020, with a forecast that 70 percent of EV volumes will be based on shared platforms by 2022
- A new family of EV motor and batteries to be introduced from 2020, shared across the member companies
- 12 new pure electric vehicles to be launched by 2022
- More than 600km EV range reached by 2022, based on NEDC homologation methodology
- 30 percent decrease in battery cost from 2016 to 2022
- 15 minutes charging time to deliver range of 230km by 2022, upfrom 90km in 2016, based on NEDC homologation methodology
- Optimized, flat packaging of the battery, providing additional cabin space and greater styling flexibility
- Adoption of Mitsubishi Motors’ new PHEV technology as the common C/D segment PHEV solution by 2022

2. Delivering autonomous-drive and robo-vehicles
The member companies are on track to launch 40 vehicles with different levels of autonomous drive (AD) technologies by 2022. Test programs are underway in different regions of the world as part of the development of autonomous technologies, which will enable member companies to offer advanced AD functionality for mainstream, mass-market vehicles. The timetable for AD deployment will include:

- 2018: Highly autonomous drive vehicle for use on highways – with a human driver’s continuous monitoring of the environment.
- 2020: Highly autonomous drive vehicle for use in cities – with a human driver’s continuous monitoring of the environment.
- 2020: Highly autonomous drive vehicle for use on highways – with occasional human driver intervention.
- 2022: First fully autonomous drive vehicle – with no human driver intervention necessary

Field tests are continuing on robo-vehicles with partners DeNA (Japan) and Transdev (France), which will pave the way for a new era of mobility in which the group aims to become:

A key operator of robo-vehicle ride-hailing mobility services, that will include further partnerships • A major player and provider of vehicles for public transit use and car-sharing

3. Enabling connectivity and mobility services
The Alliance Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services team is developing new mobility services and partnerships. In addition, new connectivity solutions for end-customers will be available in vehicles starting in 2018. These will include:

- A common in-vehicle infotainment system and common in-vehicle connectivity system
- Launch of a Connected Cloud platform to manage all data interfaces
- The cloud platform will provide a gateway to AD capability for robo-vehicle services, self-driving delivery vehicles and shuttles

The Connected Cloud platform will deliver operational efficiencies for member companies such as improved logistics-management and enhanced use of data-sharing in manufacturing and as a mechanism to reduce warranty costs.

The connectivity plan will include the development of an open ecosystem that will allow new services and features to be deployed throughout the vehicle lifecycle.
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