In this exceptional interview we quizzed two of the people who are writing the latest chapter in the Alpine history. Michael van der Sande, Alpine managing director, and David Twohig, Alpine chief engineer clue us up on some of the A110 secrets.
Renault launches its new electric concept car ZOE e-Sport, starring at Geneva Motor Show. Just imagine Renault ZOE metamorphosing into a sportscar!
After its world-exclusive début appearance in Colombia in 2016, Renault’s first one-tonne pickup is stopping over at the Geneva International Motor Show.
Before the 87th Geneva International Motor Show opens, Renault is showing off nothing less than its whole product range, and Alpine will undoubtedly...
Alpine just unveiled the first two pictures of its brand new model before to meet the public at Geneva.
The 86th Geneva Motor Show closed its gates yesterday after 13 days of record attendance. Here are some facts and figures on Renault in Geneva, and details on a couple of the show’s highlights.
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Renault is celebrating its leadership on the European electric vehicles market by unveiling Zoé Swiss Edition, an upmarket limited edition of its electric city car. We took the opportunity to ask Eric Feunteun, head of Renault’s electric vehicles programme, about Groupe Renault developments on the zero-emissions scene.
New Scénic is the great revelation at the Renault stand at the Geneva Motor Show. The new model that Carlos Ghosn unveiled to journalists from the world over will doubtless be marking a further revolution in the rather idiosyncratic MPV segment. Renault has sold more than five million Scénics since the first generation appeared in 1996. Today, Renault is releasing an MPV that is perfectly in tune with its times. Thomas Brient, Renault’s C-segment marketing chief, talked to us about this important product launch.
It’s party time for Dacia. Renault’s little sister brand is making merry at the Geneva International Motor Show with special limited editions across its whole product line-up. Ever true to its founding values, Dacia is offering European customers ever-more affordable and comfortable cars, with great looks too.
Following on from its initial showing to journalists in February, Renault's new-born, Kadjar, will be making its début appearance to the public at large at our stand at the Geneva Motor Show tomorrow. We're expecting a lot of visitors, come to admire its sleek profile and sophisticated interior in the current range, plus two versions: Xmod and Bose.