News & ReviewsLast 7 days
CarAdvice

Alpine

  1. Home
  2. Tag
  3. Alpine
Renault 5 Alpine electric hot hatch imagined
News
27th Jan 2021
3 min read

Renault 5 Alpine electric hot hatch imagined

The reborn Renault 5 electric hatch caught the Internet's heartstrings following its unveiling earlier this month, its retro-inspired styling blending well with its 2020s-era all-electric powertrain. But what would a high-performance version look like? Here's our take on a go-fast version of the upcoming Renault 5, suitably wearing Groupe Renault's repositioned performance moniker: Alpine.
Profile picture of Alex Misoyannis
Alex Misoyannis
Google exec replaces Cyril Abiteboul as Alpine boss
News
12th Jan 2021
1 min read

Google exec replaces Cyril Abiteboul as Alpine boss

Months after taking over as temporary CEO at Alpine, Cyril Abiteboul has been replaced by former Google executive Laurent Rossi. Abiteboul also announced his sudden departure from the Alpine Formula One Team – formerly the Renault F1 Team. While his appointment to the Alpine road-car division was originally publicised as a short-term gig in September 2020, his departure from the F1 team has come as a surprise to the sport.
Profile picture of Ben Zachariah
Ben Zachariah
Alpine could position itself as 'mini Ferrari', says Renault boss – report
News
20th Oct 2020
2 min read

Alpine could position itself as 'mini Ferrari', says Renault boss – report

Renault CEO Luca de Meo has suggested Alpine could be cultivated to become a "mini Ferrari". According to UK publication Auto Express, Italian-born de Meo said the Renault-owned Alpine brand could combine expertise from its Formula One team with "quasi-artisanal" work conducted at the Alpine factory to produce vehicles akin to those made by Ferrari.
Profile picture of Ben Zachariah
Ben Zachariah
Nissan reforms governance structure, CEO to concentrate on 'succession plan'
News
26th Jun 2019
1 min read

Nissan reforms governance structure, CEO to concentrate on 'succession plan'

Nissan's annual general meeting has approved sweeping governance changes, which were championed by its CEO Hiroto Saikawa. As part of the reforms, the Nissan 11-strong board will feature two representatives each from Nissan and Renault, and seven independent directors. The company also gains three new committees overseeing nomination, compensation and audit. These committees will be led by outside directors, but will have representative each from Nissan and Renault.
Profile picture of Derek Fung
Derek Fung