usine de Dieppe

The Renault Alpine site is a flexible facility, able to build vehicles in small series of between one and 150/day.

Identity


  • FOUNDED IN: 1955
  • LEGAL FORM AND CAPITAL OWNERSHIP: Renault SAS (France) 96,33%, Renault Développement Industriel et Commercial - R.D.I.C. (Francia) 3,67%
  • ACTIVITY: Bodywork-assembly
  • WORKFORCE:  2 049 employees on December 31, 2018
  • PRODUCTION LINES: 1 line 
  • MODELS BUILT: Kangoo (Dokker), Sandero 2, Logan 2, Nissan Frontier/Navara
  • AREA: 200 ha, o/w 43 ha of covered buildings
  • CERTIFICATIONS: ISO 14001, ISO 9001
  • ADDRESS: Renault Alpine, Avenue de Bréauté, 76885 Dieppe Cedex, France
  • TELEPHONE: Switchboard + 33 1 76 86 31 50

Main products


  • Clio IV RS, Alpine A110
Production 2018
  • Clio IV Renault Sport: 3 932 units
  • Alpine A110: 3 304 units

BACKGROUND

  • 1955: creation of the Limited Liability Company (SARL) Alpine.
  • 1966: Renault Alpine becomes a Limited Company (SA) and affiliates with Renault. 
  • 1969: creation of the Alpine plant to accompany the success of the first-generation Alpine A110.
  • 1973: subsidiarisation into Groupe Renault ; known as: société des automobiles Alpine Renault.
  • 1995: presentation of the Spider at the Geneva Motor Show.
  • 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.
  • 2006: launch of Clio III RS.
  • 2007: Mégane F1 Team R26 voted sporting car of the year.
  • 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.
  • 2015: production of the Bluecar launched in June.
  • 2017: the plant prepares for the industrial launch of the New Alpine A110.
  • 2018: production of the 1000th Alpine A110 after 6 months' production.