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A Renault exec indicates the French brand is hard at work on yet another revival of Alpine. A lightweight, two-seat sports car could be ready as soon as 2016, and a whole lineup of vehicles is planned, including a hybrid.

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MotorWeek's Retro Review series finds treasure in the archives with a look at the entire 1983 AMC lineup, including the models from Jeep and Renault. This was just a few years before the company was sold to Chrysler.

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Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko reveals that discussions are currently taking place to have Renault forge a closer relationship with Scuderia Toro Rosso, potentially even leading to a complete buyout.

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Zoe's Motor Is Smaller, Charging System Is Faster

Renault boosts Zoe's single-charge range to about 150 miles.

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Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said that he welcomes Apple entering the EV market during his Mobile World Congress keynote because more acceptance of the models helps every automaker in the segment. He also updated suggested a slightly longer timeline to get autonomous vehicles on the road.

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Renault responds to critics who say its Clio RS isn't tough enough with the new Clio RS 220 Trophy, with more power, a lower suspension, stickier tires and so much more.

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The Renault Kadjar is the French brand's latest crossover and makes its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The CUV is meant to challenge competitors in Europe like the Mazda CX-5 and Toyota Rav4.

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Carlos Ghosn expects that by the time he retires, the Renault-Nissan Alliance will be among the top three automakers in the world. So Toyota, Volkswagen and GM had better watch out.

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French Automaker Last Sold North American Vehicles in 1987

Renault may return to North America via Twizy EV sales in Quebec.

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Renault hasn't run its own F1 team for a few years now, consigned to selling engines to Red Bull. But the latest word is the French company could get back in the game by buying another team in the near future.

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Xcar wants to know whether all-wheel drive is really the best choice when the road gets slippery in a test of it against front- and rear-wheel-drive vehicles in a trio of challenges.

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With the new Kadjar, Renault aims to capture a larger share of the growing global crossover market - including in China, where it will be the company's first product manufactured locally. Here we have the first photos, video and details ahead of the C-segment crossover's upcoming debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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Returning to the grid under Renault power and with two rookies at the helm, Scuderia Toro Rosso aims to finish the 2015 Formula One World Championship in fifth place with the new STR10, revealed at the first test session of the season in Spain.

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Alpine's design for Gran Turismo 6 is both futuristic and retro, and could be the coolest Vision Gran Turismo concept we've seen yet. If only we could drive it off our screens and onto the road or track.

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The proposed arrangement between Mitsubishi and the Renault-Nissan Alliance to supply a midsize sedan in the US has been canceled. The vehicle would have been built by a Renault-Samsung factory South Korea and exported here.

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Renault turns its Twizy into an urban delivery vehicle for Parisian pilot program with the addition of a trailer, subtraction of passenger seating.

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The Ford GT was absolutely the start of the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, and it has proved that once again by taking the honor for Best Designed Production Vehicle in the annual EyesOn Design Awards. The Buick Avenir and Audi Q7 also received accolades.

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The latest Vision Gran Turismo concept car has leaked, showing off the work of Renault and Alpine with a wild and crazy racer.

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With the punishing set of responsibilities that come with command of three automakers, 60-year-old Carlos Ghosn is arguably the hardest working man in the auto industry. While his capabilities can hardly be doubted, it's quite clear that he can't do this job forever. And that's probably going to be bad news for the Renault-Nissan Alliance he so successfully helms.

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Says EVs 'Remain The Most Practical And Affordable Zero-Emission Option'

That's a nice little dig at hydrogen fuel cell technology, Mr. Ghosn. The Nissan chief, long a champion and heavy-duty investor of electric-vehicle technology, wrote an essay on his LinkedIn Influencer page on why EVs are the theoretical wave of the future. It's obviously not an unbiased opinion, but he makes his points clearly.

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The Renault-Nissan Alliance bills itself as the worldwide leader in electric vehicles with a claimed 58 percent of the global market share. In the highly competitive world of increasingly efficient powertrains, development can never stand still if the company wants to maintain that dominance. Renault just held a show of its latest drivetrain prototypes. The most bizarre of them wasn't electrified, but it was so weird that it needed to be shared.

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