In the end, there wasn't much left of the Alpine.
Brand and A110 sports car are revived after decades.
It's a surprise it's taken this long to reach the aftermarket.
For now, launching the brand in USA is too hard.
Mid-engine coupe not only lives, but looks promising.
The Porsche Cayman and Alfa Romeo 4C are soon to face a new rival coming from across the French Alps. The new Alpine Vision concept from Renault gives us our best idea yet of what to expect once production finally kicks off next year.
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.
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.
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.
Renault's Alpine sports car brand had extra creative in designing its Vision Gran Turismo concept, as it's apt to demonstrate in this latest video.
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.
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.
It was a nice idea while it lasted, but evidently it wasn't meant to be. The joint venture established between Renault and Caterham to launch a new sports car has now come to a crashing halt.