Though he is concentrating on compact autos typically designed on Renault-Nissan Alliance’s CMF-C/D system (as well as electric cars on CMF-BEV), de Meo has outlined formidable options for a vary of smaller sized automobiles designed on the CMF-B platform that would be shared between Dacia and Lada.
A person of de Meo’s initial moves as CEO was to mix Dacia and Lada into a single device that would share advancement and elements, with veteran Renault-Nissan executive Denis Le Vot in cost.
As an illustration, the P13X undertaking incorporates the following-technology little Dacia Duster, the compact-measurement Dacia Bigster, two Niva designs for Lada, and a Renault variant. Put together the types would have an annual output of 1 million units, with 85 % areas carryover, de Meo instructed Automotive News Europe in an job interview in February 2021.
By 2025, all Dacia and Lada models have been to be on variations of the CMF-B platform (there are five platforms now among the two makes), with hybrid products introducing electrification. Human body models would be minimized to 11 from 18. Crucially, the prospective revenue pool for the two makes was predicted to rise to 5 billion euros in 2025 from 3 billion euros in 2020.
Even so, any potential profits from the linkup of the manufacturers are however speculative, Houchois mentioned in a take note to traders. “Regardless of the latest combination of Dacia and Lada brand names into a new small business device, the extent of present or predicted synergies stays unclear,” he reported.
Alternatively, Houchois argued, the loss of Russia operations could “accelerate a strategic rethink” at Renault.
“Current developments should revive fears about the relevance of Renault in the transformation of the vehicle market and how to make better use of present or new alliances,” he said, such as tie-ups with Nissan and a nascent cooperation with Geely in South Korea.