Is Alpine working on a harder-core A110? A test mule has been snapped testing with minor camouflage.
Renault's reborn Alpine brand has given a first look at its all-electric future, with three models set to bring it into a new era.
French marques are known for avant-garde design, and this is represented in their badges as well.
The exclusive, mid-engined Alpine A110 has a new S trim for 2021 with a range of performance and aesthetic enhancements.
Meet the ultimate driving machine, combining motorsport expertise with Alpine’s design heritage. It's fictional... for now.
The Alpine range will expand to include an all-electric hot hatch and an all-electric mid-sized crossover, joining a next-generation, electric A110 co-developed with Lotus.
Alpine and Lotus could get together to create a pure-electric sports car, as part of a wider collaboration between the two lovers of lightweighting.
Renault's sports car brand Alpine may have had its future assured last year but it will no longer be run by the man it had announced would head it.
Renault is readying a couple of retro, all-electric city cars for its namesake brand plus three all-electric models for sporty Alpine.
Renault will bring the Alpine brand into the mainstream, as part of a plan to breathe fresh life into what is currently a niche sports car marque exclusively.
Alpine said the 1973 Monte Carlo Rally-inspired A110 SportsX it revealed this year was just a "styling exercise". These patent office images suggest otherwise.
Renault's new CEO, Luca de Meo, looks as though he secured Alpine's future with a new organisational structure that makes it a core brand for the automaker.
After sinking into the red last year, Renault is planning to slash its workforce, cut expenses, and put profit ahead of volume.