Renault changes logo in 2004 for ninth time (above).
May 13, 2009.
• Renault and Ondas have announced the signing of an agreement to offer satellite radio receivers in Renault Group vehicles sold in Europe from 2012.
• This new product will allow customers to benefit from a vast range of digital programmes, topical and advertising-free, and give them access to services in areas such as traffic information, security, vehicle management or even video for passengers.
• Renault is thus reaffirming its policy of strategic agreements for on-board multimedia, aiming at increasing the availability of innovative, useful and high-quality products and services.
New for Europe.
Gradually becoming available in all European countries from 2012, satellite radio will give customers the benefit of listening to radio stations specialising in music, news, discussion, sport, traffic or weather, with no advertising and broadcast in the continent's main languages. Moreover, digital data channels will open the way to related services, in the areas of traffic news, security, vehicle management or even video for vehicle passengers.
Quality of an unprecedented service.
Renault is sure of the appeal this service will have for its European customers and, like its partner Nissan in 2008, has in turn decided to commit to promoting it. When Ondas programmes start, Renault will therefore be offering vehicles fitted with satellite radio receivers and will be working with Ondas on distributing them on a wide scale.
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