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Nicole became a national obsession in the 1990s, starring in eight iconic adverts that followed the life — and loves — of a French girl from Provence.
Of course she drove a Renault Clio and sales of the new supermini rocketed.
Only a million more watched Wills and Kate tie the knot in 2011. Today, the mum of three lives in a Paris suburb, drives an Espace and has just filmed a guest role on the French TV version of CSI.
The concept employs a 197-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine, matched to a six-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive.
No plants would close if the deal were to happen, and the newly formed company would be worth an estimated billion and represent about 8.7 million annual vehicle sales.
France’s finance minister has said that the deal will only be allowed if the merger comes with guarantees from the automakers focused on protecting industrial jobs and facilities in the country.“The FCA proposal follows initial operational discussions between the two companies to identify products and geographies where they could collaborate, particularly as they develop and commercialize new technologies,” the Auburn Hills, Michigan-based automaker writes in its news release announcing the proposal.“These discussions made clear that broader collaboration through a combination would substantially improve capital efficiency and the speed of product development.
Nicole was recognised by more Brits than PM John Major in one 1996 survey.
And the final advert, Nicole’s wedding — also featuring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer — was seen by 23MILLION VIEWERS in May 1998. In real life, Estelle got married in 2000, starred alongside Johnny Depp in 2001 film From Hell, then took a career break to start a family.A minivan-like monobox grand-touring coupe, the Avantime was unorthodox, somewhat ungainly on tight rural roads, and expensive.