The Alpine Renault plant is a highly flexible site, capable of producing small series vehicles (from one unit to 150 units per day).
- Clio IV RS, Alpine
|Production (in units)||2016||2017||2018|
|Clio IV Renault Sport||4 800||4 385||3 932|
- 1955: Creation of the Limited Liability Company (SARL) Renault Alpine.
- 1966: Renault Alpine becomes a Limited Company (SA).
- 1969: Creation of the Renault Alpine plant.
- 1973: Subsidiarisation into the Renault group.
- 1995: Presentation of the Spider at the Geneva Motor Show.
- 1996: EAQF certification awarded.
- 1997: Launch of Mégane coupé cabriolet. Creation of the Business Unit ‘Renault Sport Technologies’.
- 2000: Launch of Clio Renault Sport.
- 2003: Launch of the New Clio V6.
- 2005: Clio V6 production discontinued.
- 2006: Launch of Clio III RS.
- 2007: Mégane F1 Team R26 voted sporting car of the year.
- 2009: Mégane R26R elected sport car of the year. Production of the transformation of Clio in GPL.
- 2010: Launch of Clio III Gordini RS.
- 2012: Production of the 700th Clio 3 Cup
- 2013: From January, start of the Clio 4 RS pre series
- 2014: Carlos Ghosn and Vincent Bolloré announce production of the Blue Car at Dieppe from the second half of 2015.
- 2015: Production of the Bluecar launched in June.
- 2016: In February the plant announced a program of 90 hires
- 2017: The plant prepares for the industrial launch of the New Alpine A110