According to reports, Renault-Nissan have formed an in-house startup division. This new division will be focusing on the next-generation of mobility and it is being led by Renault-Nissan Alliance senior vice president Ogi Redzic.
Ogi previously worked at the HERE mapping service once owned by Nokia. This startup already has 300 employees and they will be playing an important role in the development of advanced technologies and mobility services. We can expect these technologies in future models from Renault and Nissan.
When asked about the internal start-up, Carlos Ghosn, Alliance chief executive said, "I expect the global auto industry to see more changes in the next five years than it has in the last 20. Those changes will bring tremendous opportunities for those with the skills and talents to help the Alliance."
Further details about this division will be revealed within one month after the Renault-Nissan Alliance announced an agreement with Microsoft for the development of the connected driving technologies.