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an SUV, a city car and a coupe unveiled!

Alpine unveils the first images of three future models. In the program ; an SUV, a city car and a coupe. All electric!

Wednesday June 30, during the event “Renault eWays ElectroPop” supposed to unveil its new electrification roadmap, the Renault group has formalized the arrival of a new 100% electric 4L. But not only…

A crossover, a city car and a coupe!

The firm also revealed the first images of three future Alpine models. Future models which will obviously be zero emissions since the Dieppe brand will soon switch to all electric.

For now, only the silhouettes of these vehicles have been unveiled. What’s more, in the dark. Sufficient nevertheless to note thatit is a city car, an SUV and a coupe.

A coupe crossover

The first to emerge will be the SUV. Or more precisely the crossover. It will take over the underside of the future Mégane and will be a perfect rival for the next Porsche Macan, which will also switch to electric at the end of the year. Long de 4,70 m, it will feature a plunging roofline and a very inclined rear window which will give it looks like a coupé, even a “cross-sedan”, a segment very fashionable at the moment that combines the universes of the sedan, the SUV and the coupe. The Alpine crossover will be able to accommodate anyway four passengers on board. On the mechanical side, we could find two electric blocks (one on each axle) for a cumulative power of 400 hp, or even 500 hp for a possible “’S” version. Rear-wheel steering should also be on the program, while the range could go up to 550-580 km.

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An R5 Alpine with 200 hp?

The city ​​dweller will likely arrive a little later. Based on the CMF-B platform (that of the Clio and Captur), it should measure around 4 m de long and will visibly be entitled to a rather plump look, which is not unlike that of the R5. The family link with the Renault continues even into the additional spotlights that can be seen at the front. On the pictures, we can also see an air intake on the hood and an imposing rear spoiler, signs of its sportiness. This ” R5 Alpine Could moreover be animated by an electric unit of approximately 200 hp placed on the front axle. Its batteries, located in the floor, which will preserve the livability on board, should allow it a range of up to 400 km.

The A110 replaced by an electric coupe

Finally, the third model seen here is a sporty coupe which will be neither more nor less than the replacing the current A110, launched in 2017 and whose production has just reached 10,000 units at the Dieppe plant (76). Its hood will be visibly very short, its roof line plunging and its fenders very marked. Also 100% electric, it will be developed in partnership with Lotus.

Objective for the brand with these three models: to achieve profitability by 2025.

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