At the 71st Monaco Grand Prix, Renault unveiled its Twin’Run concept car that pays homage to the French automaker’s legendary R5 Turbo and Clio V6.
To celebrate its third Formula 1 Constructors’ world title, Renault and Red Bull Racing have teamed up to create the limited edition Megane Renaultsport Red Bull Racing RB8.
Peugeot is all set to compete in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, revealing its race livery for the 208 T16 race car.
The most successful driver in World Rally Championship history, Sébastien Loeb, is no stranger to fast cars, and even he is impressed by Peugeot’s new Pikes Peak race car.
If Dark Helmet – the character Rick Moranis plays in Space Balls – drove a car, it would probably be the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. It’s big. It’s Ugly. It’s capable of ludicrous speed.
Renault has taken its small Twizy EV and surrendered it over to the engineers at its F1 team, the result from which is the Twizy F1 Concept, complete with KERS and F1-inspired performance.
Every year, teams from around the world gather together at Pikes Peak in Colorado to race up the hill, and today Peugeot released some new stunning images and info on its wild looking hill climb entrant.
Peugeot will be attending this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with a specially engineered and very wild looking race car from.
After stripping Bugatti of the title for the fastest production car in the world, Guinness World Records has flip-flopped and confirmed that the title does rightfully belong to the Veyron Super Sport.
Bugatti teased us yesterday with a picture and a caption that read “It’s almost time for us to share the latest example of exceptional Bugatti performance,” and today information has leaked online that the car will be a special edition of the Veyron Vitesse.
Bugatti, maker of the former world’s fastest production car, is teasing a new model today with a picture and small caption on Facebook.
Guinness World Records has announced that Bugatti has been stripped of the title for fastest production car in the world.
After announcing that it will return to Le Mans after a 35-year hiatus, Alpine-Renault has unveiled its N°36 race car that will make its track debut at the official European Le Mans Series (ELMS) test days at Paul Ricard, France, on March 26-27.
For the first time in 35 years, Renault will be competing in the European Le Mans Series this year with its Alpine brand.
Let’s face it: Bugatti needs no introduction, especially not at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. No grand debuts, no jaw-dropping unveilings; the French automaker simply brought out three Veyrons of all shades to show off to the world.
French automaker Citroen might not make money (in fact it lost $6.7 billion last year) but it sure can make a mean diorama.
Lotus has become the first Formula One team to unveil its race car for the 2013 season, the E21.
French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroen has unveiled its concept for a hybrid vehicle partially powered by compressed air and hopes to launch the technology by 2016.
Renault is working hard on its Alpine sports car, built in collaboration with Caterham, which the French automaker aims to launch within three years.
The Bugatti Grand Sport Venet is the result of a collaboration between Bugatti and French conceptual artist Bernar Venet, and the brand released a video today, explaining the inspiration for the car, and showing it off.
Bugatti, in a quest to produce what they call the “fastest artwork ever,” enlisted the help of French conceptual artist Bernar Venet, and came up with the Veyron Grand Sport Venet.
Possibly joining Citroen and Honda in the 2014 World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) season are automakers Subaru and Renault.
It might behove Bugatti to re-visit the tale of Icarus if recent reports about the brand’s next car are correct.
With the recent announcement that Caterham and Renault have joined forces, Caterham is considering powering its Seven model with powerplants supplied by Renault.