On November 6, 2018, Carlos Sainz Jr, driver for the Renault Sport Formula One Team, visited Renault employees at the Aubevoye Technical Center before heading to the Sandouville plant. The visits provided a great opportunity for the Spanish driver to meet the employees and discover the sites where Renault vehicles are developed and manufactured – an opportunity that many employees would not have missed for the world.
Training paint shop workers may be his day job, but Redouane Achik is also set to be part of the great 2018 Soccer World Cup adventure. Your work and personal interests may not be so different. They might even complement each other...
Formula 1 has embraced a bold new era in 2017. Longer, wider and with enhanced aerodynamics, the cars are faster than their predecessors to the tune of several seconds per lap – as will almost certainly be proven in this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix (April 7-9), the second round on the world championship calendar.
Alpine today presented the Signatech Alpine Matmut team's programme for the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) at its new showroom. With two brand new LMP2 race car, the team is ready to fight to win a new title this yeat again and make a memorable year.
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.
The big day’s finally here, after years of eager expectancy: Alpine’s at the Geneva International Motor Show with the long-awaited A110, a two-seater sports coupé with centrally-mounted rear-end engine truer than ever to the Alpine spirit of elegance, agility and authenticity. It’s made at the Dieppe plant in France, and will be shipping in Europe from late 2017 prior to staggered rollout in the rest of the world.
Renault launches its new electric concept car ZOE e-Sport, starring at Geneva Motor Show. Just imagine Renault ZOE metamorphosing into a sportscar!
Alpine just unveiled the first two pictures of its brand new model before to meet the public at Geneva.
Alpine is revealing some of its precious manufacturing secrets, with details on its new production model, announced for early 2017
Somewhat in advance of the season’s eternally festive spirit, Alpine created a buzz across the motor enthusiasts’ community on 10 December by opening orders for its initial Première Edition release of 1,955 units. Read on for details on what could be a very special Christmas gift in Black (deep), White (solar) and Blue (Alpine).