Renault hits 10,000 crash tests

Renault has just conducted its 10,000th crash test at its Lardy Technical Centre in France.

16th December, 2006

Renault has just conducted its 10,000th crash test at its Lardy Technical Centre in France.

The centre was created in the Paris region in 1951 to conduct tests on future vehicles and embark on crash tests.

More recently, the French car manufacturer has been conducting virtual crash tests to complement real-life testing and using these digital techniques to broaden its research areas.

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