Renault For just over 20 years, Renault's famed motorsport-influenced brand Alpine has been pretty much left in the dark. But on Tuesday, the French automaker announced its Alpine Vision concept car—a beautiful, high-tech sports car that will soon be ready to take on proven sports cars like the Porsche Cayman or the Alfa Romeo 4C. As it stands, the Vision concept is a two-door, two seater sports car that will be powered by a similarly small, yet powerful powertrains just like in the Cayman and in the 4C. Like the Alfa Romeo 4C, it's speculated that the production version of the Vision concept will be driven by an automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters.
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The Alpine Vision Concept is said to be 80 percent representative of a production model due next year. The Vision Concept is mid-engined, unlike all other Alpines before it, which were rear-engined like the Porsche It's no surprise the Alpine Vision Concept is being shown in these hues -- they're a riff on French racing colors. Good visibility is important in sports cars, if often hard to come by. This concept looks better than most. Prev Next Prev Next. Expect very compact dimensions and a focus on light weight in the production Alpine.
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France has given the world many things, with the list of achievements including cheeses that smell like crime scenes, revolutionary politics, and—perhaps most important—jokes about the French. The company stopped making sports cars in , and since then its former factory in Dieppe has become the base for the Renault Sport division. The longer-term plan is also to make Alpine a brand in its own right within the Renault-Nissan hierarchy, with a range of models likely to include at least one crossover and the tantalizing prospect that its products will eventually get to cross the Atlantic. Details have been kept deliberately light, with the official release containing precisely three facts: It will be capable of accelerating from zero to 62 mph in less than 4. Fortunately we can add a fair bit to that, based on previous conversations with senior Renault execs.
Sign up to receive the weekly newsletter featuring the very latest from Petrolicious. Its weight is projected to be just 2, lbs 1, kg , which is a bit more than what the 4C is measured at. In Alpine project the French should have been more daring and put the design in a more advanced level in order to create a more unique presence of the car, without of course creating something extreme or outrageous.