#GIMS 2017: The 2017 Geneva Motor Show comes to a close--
Facts and figures
New from Alpine: A110
New from Renault: Renault ZOE e-Sport concept car, New Captur
New from Dacia: a full Stepway range
1,257 meals served at the Renault stand
More than 100 Renault and Dacia employees on hand to talk with visitors
Flashback on new cars at the Geneva show
Renault ZOE e-Sport concept car
Judging from visitors’ reactions, Renault ZOE e-Sport was one of the motor show’s key attractions. This cross between ZOE and a racing car, developed by Renault Formula E engineers, is a high-energy concept model whose promise of sensational motoring experience holds irresistible appeal.
It’s been worth the wait! The long-expected new-generation Alpine is here: a truly exciting car that couldn’t fail to wow visitors at the Geneva show.
This two-seater coupé with centrally mounted rear engine puts the emphasis on agility and pure motoring pleasure. Market release is set for late 2017, through 60 Renault dealerships and a handful of Alpine-specific showrooms. The first Alpine showroom will be opening in Boulogne, near Paris, France, at the end of March 2017. Not to be missed!
Full range of Renault crossovers, with revelation of New Captur
New Captur was making its world preview appearance at the Geneva show, with a new design edging closer to that of Kadjar and Koleos, special attention to interior quality, and even broader customization choices.
Video on the Motor Show "behind the scenes" press conference.
Your input on our social networks
Throughout the show, visitors contributed valuable and much appreciated input via the social networks #zoeesportconcept #WeAreRenault #renault #renaultsport #GimsSwiss #renaultclassic #latelierrenault #A110 #renaultalaskan #renaultcaptur. Thank you all!
See you in Geneva for next year’s show, starting 6 March 2018.