Renault hits 3 million-vehicle mark in Brazil

The French carmaker has been manufacturing automobiles in the country for 20 years now. Some of the output gets shipped to Latin America and Africa.

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São Paulo – France-based carmaker Renault announced this Thursday (29) that it has sold 3 million Brazilian-made automobiles. Its manufacturing operations in Brazil go back 20 years. The brand also said it has built 4 million engines in Brazil.

Renault’s industrial complex is located in São José dos Pinhais, Paraná, with a capacity to make 320,000 passenger cars and 60,000 light commercial vehicles per year. In addition to being sold domestically, vehicles made at the complex get shipped to countries in Latin America and Africa.

The brand’s top-selling vehicle in Brazil is Sandero, 1 million units of which have been manufactured thus far.

Translated by Gabriel Pomerancblum

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