Though we likely won’t see this race car on our shores, the Renaultsport R.S. 01 is definitely worth checking out thanks to its impressive stats and gorgeous design.
Renault is a French automaker, that is allied with Nissan. Thanks to that alliance, the company is one of the top automakers in the world. Renault has a distinguished Formula One record, and is currently providing engines to several teams.
Renault announced today that it set a new record lapping the Nurburgring in a front-wheel drive car.
Renault and Caterham have decided to go their separate ways in developing their sports cars.
Mitsubishi is currently planning a new mid-size sedan for the U.S. market with French automaker Renault.
Renault has been strategically aligned with Nissan since 1999 but today the Franco-Japanese partnership just announced their intention to cooperate with ailing automaker Mitsubishi.
The sports car being collaboratively developed by Caterham and Renault will launch in 2016.
Renault and Caterham have joined forces to revive the legendary Alpine nameplate, and our spy photographers managed to grab some shots of an early test mule for the car.
Besides partnering on a sports car, it looks like Renault and Caterham are also expected to produce a small crossover and a city car together.
Renault has unveiled its Twizy Cargo EV, an electric quadricycle built to appeal to small business owners in Europe looking for a cost-efficient way to transport their goods.
Renault has released a statement denying any cooperation between the French automaker and Mitsubishi.
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.
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.
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.
What’s the most important step a manufacturer undertakes when creating a new car? Building a great chassis? Getting the interior ergonomics right? Providing the perfect drivetrain to complement the new product? Nope. All wrong. The really, really important factor for any new car is getting the name right. All joking aside, a vehicle’s name is…
For the first time in 35 years, Renault will be competing in the European Le Mans Series this year with its Alpine brand.
Lotus has become the first Formula One team to unveil its race car for the 2013 season, the E21.
Renault is working hard on its Alpine sports car, built in collaboration with Caterham, which the French automaker aims to launch within three years.
Possibly joining Citroen and Honda in the 2014 World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) season are automakers Subaru and Renault.
With the recent announcement that Caterham and Renault have joined forces, Caterham is considering powering its Seven model with powerplants supplied by Renault.
Renault and Caterham will revive the Alpine badge, which will adorn new sports cars that the brands will design and build together.
Renault’s sports car caught made a splash big enough to justify production, or so it seems.
We may never seem them on our shores, but there are a few honorable mentions from French automakers on display at the Paris Motor Show.
The alliance of Renault-Nissan and Daimler have just announced a collaboration project that will focus on building new fuel-efficient powertrains.