Alpine Concept And Reviving Renault 4 Debuts at Paris Motor Show

The Renault brands have six vehicles that will debut at the 2022 Paris Motor Show on 17 October. Among the premieres there, Alpine showcased a concept that represents “a new stage in the brand’s transformation,” according to the announcement.

Alpine has no teaser images of this concept. The only other info about a vehicle from the company is one that embodies “the future of its product and sports strategy.”

In January, Alpine offered a shadow look of its GT X-Over electric crossover. A production version arrives in 2025. One possibility is that the brand might offer a preview of the model in Paris.

The revived Renault 4 (original in the gallery above) will also debut in Paris. The company announced the EV at its product strategy event in February and showed a simple line drawing of the vehicle.

Other than using an electric powertrain, no details are available about the new Renault 4. The original was a mainstream vehicle with a production run of over eight million units dating back to between 1961 and the early 1990s.

A new version of the Renault 5 concept (above) is likely to be in Paris. The company calls it a “sporty, offbeat show car.” The original version of this vehicle was from January 2021, but the description suggests that this one may be different.

Renault will also launch the Kangoo E-Tech electric van in Paris. The Megane E-Tech electric and Austral E-Tech hybrid will also be there.

Dacia is unclear about its Paris Motor Show plans. The company says it represents the “final stage in its visual identity transformation.” There’s no info yet on whether this is a vehicle launch or something else.

Mobilize brand will show me the two seater Duo kendaraan for subscription-based car sharing services. In 2023, the company expands to the UK.

Lastly, Hyvia, which is a joint venture between the Renault Group and the Plug company to develop hydrogen vehicles, launched the Master Van H2-TECH in Paris. The brand develops commercial vehicles such as vans, chassis cabs and city buses.

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