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The French automobile manufacturing company Renault will be sponsoring the Grand Design Live shows in both London and Birmingham in 2014.

Renault will display their Electric Vehicle (EV) range at the show which includes the fully electric Zoe and Twingo as well as the likes of the very economical Clio and Captur.

Mihai Bordeanu is the Marketing Director at Renault UK and this is what he said about the sponsorship deal: "We are proud to be Official Automotive Sponsor of Grand Designs Live 2014. We believe that great design isn't merely just about looking good on the surface; it's also about using its functionality to fit into your lifestyle. From the convenient hands-free keycard and touchscreen navigation, to our washable and removable seat covers. That's why our cars aren't just beautiful, they're designed for life.”

"Life is our inspiration. It's what puts people at the heart of everything we do. And it's a passion for life that dares us to imagine different, gives us our competitive spirit and drives us to be a champion of progress, whether it's winning on the F1 track or pioneering the first electric vehicle range."

The live version of the popular TV show has now been running for 10 years and due to this popularity, they will be adding the Birmingham live show to the already popular London live show.

The London event takes place between 3-11 May at the Excel Arena and the Birmingham event will be held at the NEC later in the year from 9-12 October.

The fully EV Zoe will be used to commute VIP's back and forward to the events. Watch the video below for a review of the new 2014 Renault Zoe:

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