New Alpine GT X-Over electric crossover will be built at Groupe Renault’s historic French factory in Dieppe using as a base the CMF-EV platform, which is already used by the new Renault Megane E-Tech Electric.
Alpine will become a pure electric brand and by 2026 will bring three electric cars to market. This is a B-class hot hatchback that will be based on the CMF-BEV platform and will be released on the market in 2024.
The successor to the A110, which is being developed in partnership with Lotus, will also be based on the British company’s E-Sports platform and will be released in 2026, followed by a crossover based on the RENAULT-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance’s CMF-EV platform.
The electric crossover model from Alpine will be all-wheel drive, which means it will have two electric motors. Beyond that, Alpine categorically states that the new model will “combine the brand’s competitive know-how and the group’s experience in electric vehicles, with all the excellence in sports vehicles that define the Alpine brand.”
Groupe Renault CEO Luca de Meo said “In the last twelve months, Alpine has been able to mobilize a new dynamic and stick to its commitments. This is distinct today in Diapi, where the future Alpine GT X-Over will be built, thus giving a clear vision for the future and solid prospects for this historic site. Alpine’s ambition must remain high, and this level of excellence must be the oxygen for Alpine”