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In its latest video, Petrolicious clearly shows what makes the Alpine brand so special, and lets one of these coupes sing on some European hillside roads.


The Formula Renault 3.5 Series will have to find another name and another patron as the French automaker will no longer support the pivotal racing series.


While this might look like a Lotus, it isn't. What you see is actually the future Alpine being tested by Renault, wearing a clever disguise.


Glass' Information Services Takes A Look At Falling EV Values In The UK

Three electric cars score are in the top five worst depreciating vehicles in Europe according to a new report from Glass' Information Services.


The Alpine Celebration concept showed its retro-futuristic face at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The coupe also actually moved around the event to give a preview of a burbling exhaust note.


Renault has introduced its new flagship sedan, the Talisman. While it's not coming to the US, its footprint is remarkably similar to America's Nissan Maxima.


The 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed has come and gone, and as usual, it didn't disappoint. We recap some of the best scenes from this year's event.


Fresh from victory in the inaugural FIA Formula E Championship, Renault is keen to move forward as powertrain supplier to Alain Prost's victorious e.dams team.


The inaugural FIA Formula E Championship has crowned its first electric racing champions at the end of a double-header race weekend at Battersea Park in London.


Fuel-Cell Range Extender Doubles Distance For Utility Van

Symbio FCell will increase production of Kangoo vans with fuel-cell range extenders to more than 1,000 in 2016.


Renault is revealing two new and refreshingly basic models at the Buenos Aires Motor Show: a pickup version of the Dacia Duster and a little pocket rocket.


Renault previews a new sports car this weekend at Le Mans in the form of the Alpine Celebration concept, but gives us little in the way of details to tell us what's going on underneath the surface.


Both Ford and Renault have announced they've got surprises to unveil at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend, expected to take the forms of a Ford GT racer and Alpine sports car.


Renault's new Kwid hatchback offers SUV styling in an A-segment city-car form for emerging markets, developed and produced in India with a $5,000-price tag.


Renault's resurgent Alpine sports car brand will mark its 60th anniversary with a display of classics in the Moving Motor Show at Goodwood next month ahead of this year's Festival of Speed.


A concept for Alpine's future sports car is rumored to debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June. It reportedly features a rear-mounted, 250-horsepower engine and technologies that are borrowed from Nissan and Daimler.


A very odd woman in Europe reviews a Renault Twizy in perhaps the weirdest auto review ever. It makes absolutely no sense.


Western automakers continue to anticipate a nuclear deal between Iran and the West that will lift economic sanctions and allow the companies to access what is said to be the world's ripest emerging market.


Renault-Nissan and Mercedes-Benz will officially partner on the German brand's midsize pickup project. Nissan will allow Mercedes to re-engineer the underpinnings from the NP300 Navarra to create the German brand's own model.


Renaultsport could follow the example left by the Nissan Juke Nismo and develop performance versions of the Renault Captur and Kadjar.


My bad, admits Renault's F1 racing chief to Red Bull. If the one-time kings manage to win any races this year, it won't be on account of their engines, because the French manufacturer cut corners in its development and will need some time to catch up.

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