The Alpine Vision concept has just been unveiled ahead of its next month’s official Geneva Motor Show debut.
Renault is about to revive the Alpine brand and we just got a glimpse at what the future of the brand could look like.
The two-seat coupe looks fantastic and we can’t wait to see it in all its glory at Geneva next month.
Alpine was founded in 1955 and it specialised in racing and sports cars. It was bought by Renault in 1973 however after producing a number of new vehicles throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s, it officially stopped manufacturing cars in 1995.
In the recent years, Renault began teasing the possibility of the brand being revived however it wasn’t until recently that this announcement was officially confirmed.
The Alpine Vision concept is going to serve as inspiration for the production version, which is scheduled to launch in the very near future.
Although, much hasn’t been revealed about the new production Alpine model, the brand has made a surprise announcement that it is planning to launch a series of similar models that will go on sale in the next couple of years alongside the new Alpine.
It’s definitely going to be interesting to see how the brand tackles its revival. Whether the new model will resemble any of the brands previous cars remains to be seen, however if the Vision concept is anything to go by, we can expect some great things from the brand.
How do you feel about the Vision concept? Would your purchase it if you had enough money?