Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

Renault is preparing «another» Duster crossover and it has already been spotted on tests — the new Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

As early as last year, Renault’s sports sub-brand, Alpine, announced that in the very near future it would become a brand that produces only electric cars.

According to the manufacturer’s idea, three electric cars should open a new page in the era of the French company, one of which will be a crossover, called Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

The day before spy photographers managed to find a mysterious test mule on a frozen lake in Sweden with a heavily modified body of Renault Duster.

According to auto experts, this is a test crossover GT X-Over, production of which will start in a couple of years.

There is not much to say about the new model from the photos, but it looks interesting that next to this mule there are Alpine A110 and Nissan Ariya.

In this case, it should be recalled that the GT X-Over will share its CMF-EV platform, created by the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, with the new electric car from Nissan.

The new «Frenchman» will be produced at the brand’s plant in Dieppe, France.

Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

Now Alpine representatives confirm that assembly of serial copies of the model should start here by 2025.

Note that in addition to the GT X-Over Alpine will also produce here more sporty electric car, which will be developed jointly with the British company Lotus.

This model is now considered the successor of the current A110, but with an electric base.

The company’s third eco-friendly model will be a compact hatchback, which will apparently be a sportier version of the Renault 5.

Those who are interested in sporty and fully electric future of Alpine will have to be patient, because each of the above mentioned electric cars will appear on the roads not earlier than 2025, and the sports model created by Lotus-Alpine will be released closer to 2026.

Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

The first Alpine crossover was named GT X-Over, production will start in 2025.

Alpine, a member of the Renault Group, announced its intention to set up production of the electric crossover GT X-Over at the historic factory in Dieppe, which has been renamed after the founder of the brand in anticipation of a major reconstruction.

At the beginning of last year, the Renault Group announced that Alpine will become a fully electric car brand and will concentrate all the sports aspirations of the French company: in the spring the legendary Renault Sport division and the eponymous racing team joined the Alpine team.

The future Alpine lineup will consist of three positions: a sports version of the new Renault 5 hatchback, expected in 2024, a coupe-shaped crossover and a sports car.

Today’s press release, unfortunately, did not bring any new teasers, but it does contain some curious facts.

Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

For the first time was named crossover — GT X-Over and said that it will be in Dieppe — so before there was no such confidence and sports crossover could be made side by side with co-branded Megane E-Tech Electric at the Renault plant in the French Douai (Hauts-de-France region).

It also says in the release that production of the Alpine GT X-Over will start in 2025 (no date was given before) and that it will be the first electric car made in Normandy (i.e. in Dieppe), from which we can conclude that the hot-hatch based on the Renault 5, which is supposed to reach the market first of the three announced Alpine new products, will be made in another place — where the Renault 5 is, that is in Douai.

In turn, the Douai plant will combine with the sites in Mobeux and Ruiz to form the advanced Renault ElectriCity production cluster.

An official production start date for the Alpine hot hatch has not yet been announced, but it is known that the original Renault 5 should be on the assembly line in 2024.

Alpine GT X-Over 2025.

But a fresh press release informs that electric Alpine sports car is expected in 2026 and will be called A110, that is it will keep its historical name.

Recall that the basis of the electric A110 will be the British E-Sports platform from the future Lotus Type 135, but the assembly, we must assume, will be set up in Dieppe, because it is a key model from the image point of view for Alpine.

The factory in Dieppe is no longer called Usine Alpine Dieppe (Usine means «factory» in French), but Manufacture Alpine Dieppe Jean Rédélé.

The last two words are Jean Rédélé, founder of Alpine, which has existed since 1955 and was taken over by Renault in 1973.

Preparing for production of the Alpine GT X-Over will require investment and an increase in production capacity at the Dieppe factory, but the Renault Group has not yet given specific figures.


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