Alpine GT X-Over: First step towards e-mobility

Alpine GT X-Over: First step towards e-mobility-step

Renault’s sports car brand Alpine wants e-mobility. Not in small, dossed steps but fast. As you would expect from the sporty brand. An important role here comes the first three electric sports cars: a compact car, a GT X-Over and a new version of the A110 – to 2026.

As the brand now announced at the beginning of the week, the very first Alpine GT X-Over is manufactured in the historical factory in Dieppe. This new model will combine the competitive know-how of the brand and the experience of the Group in the field of electric vehicles with the excellence typical for the brand Alpine in the field of sports vehicles. The introduction of the GT X-Over with pure electric drive requires at location Dieppe investment to adapt to the latest CMF-EV platform and to set up new systems to produce a vehicle with unique properties and equipment in this segment. This will be the first fully electric vehicle manufactured in Normandy (France).

Alpine new performance begins 2024 with a sporty revision of the Renault 5 new edition, followed by an electric A110 successor and a larger tourer in crossover format. The next generation A110, a two-seater sports car, develops Alpine currently with Lotus uses a tailor-made platform. With details, the French are covered. As a third model, a bordered Gran Tourismo in the room is to build on the CMF-EV platform of the Renault-Nissan alliance and will meet in its segment on rivals such as the Audi E-Tron GT or the new purely electric Porsche Macan. The starting point of this model could be the new Renault Megane-E.

“The story of Alpine is legendary! Their unique heritage shows itself in racing with the legendary A110, and the future keeps great ambitions for the brand and its products. The announcement of the coming GT X-Over in the Manufacture Alpine Dieppe Jean Redele is a proof that the future is written in a place of historical significance for Renault.”- Laurent Rossi, CEO Alpine

However, the tangible is indeed the Alpine GT X-Over. This is part of the plan “Re-Nouveau France 2025” presented in December 2021, which France offers the focus of the Group’s industrial and technological activities and provides nine new models in factories across France. Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy, Finance and Economy, sees the plans of Alpine as promising: “Promise kept: Renault leads the brand Alpine at the Dieppe site with the production of a new electric vehicle again. It is the return of French excellence in the automotive industry. It is also a symbol of the industrial reconquest we seek in France.”

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  1. He looks pretty, the A110. Actually a successful reminiscence to the original. Joint development with Lotus guarantees a driving pleasure car, maybe even the favorable tariff? Nothing for the mass market, but every copy whose one is looking for, conjures a smile in the face!

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