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Renault to end partnership with Caterham Cars, report says


French automaker Renault will end a partnership with UK’s Caterham Group to build sports cars before any of the planned vehicles come to market. According to an unnamed person familiar with the matter cited by Bloomberg, Renault is expected to inform employee representatives later this week of the decision. Neither Renault nor Caterham would comment on their joint venture, called Societe ...
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Renault Alpine test mule spied on the Nurburgring
The first spy images with the new Alpine model have been recently taken on the Nurburgring, where the sports car has been spotted testing. The revival of the Alpine brand, signed ...
Shanghai: Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept
Renault has brought its Alpine A110-50 Concept to the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, where the model made its local debut. After it was officially presented to the public one year ago ...
Renault teasing Alpine LMP2 prototype
The French based automaker Renault has recently released a first teaser image with the Alpine LMP2 prototype, which will mark the company’s return to Le Mans. The 24 Hours of the ...
Alpine to enter Le Mans 24 Hours in 2013 after 35 years of absence
Following Renault's decision to revive the Alpine brand within a partnership with Caterham late last year, the new company has already announced it plans to race in the 2013 European ...
New Renault Alpine to be launched by 2015
The French based automaker Renault will launch a new production Alpine model by 2015. The revival of the iconic Renault Alpine brand has started earlier this year with the A110-50 Concept ...
Renault and Caterham to build low-priced racecars, Alpine brand will be revived
Renault and British sports-car maker Caterham today announced plans to develop affordable racecars to be introduced from 2016. Renault also confirmed plans to revive the Alpine badge, also in collaboration with ...
Renault and Caterham to co-develop the new Alpine, report says
Renault will receive a helping hand from Caterham in developing the new Alpine sports car. According to Autocar magazine, the deal is believed to be well advanced and confirmation is expected ...
Renault Alpine to be revived soon
Renault is still planning to revive the Alpine brand and the very first model to hit the production line as an Alpine will probably be co-developed with another automaker. According to ...
Renault plans two upscale brands to increase sales
Renault SA (RNO) is planning to introduce two upscale brands and further expanding in emerging markets to decrease the automaker’s reliance on Europe’s shrinking volume car market. The French automaker may ...

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