2017 Renault Alpine Vision Concept
REVIEW 2017 Renault Alpine Vision Concept
2017 Renault Alpine Vision Concept was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show which often diselengkarakan annual routine. After a few years they designed a sports sedan, finally they are ready with the model.
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR
2017 Renault Alpine Vision Concept designed sporty sedan car, they use a two-seat coupe. And wrapped in a thick leather-coated inspired Bucket Harness. These advanced features complement the interior design, full digital control. Clearly visible on the display of the speedometer that they use, as well as control the driver who almost resembles a control on a fighter jet. There is a French Country accents on the dashboard screen.
Baigan exterior design has a body aerodynamics, sleeker and lower. A design that takes the basic design of Alpines Iconic out 1960 – 1970’s of the A110 Berlinette.
Michael van der Sande, Director of Alpine Managing says that “All of us at Alpine proud to have been entrusted with the task of bringing back the Alpine for sports car lovers around the world. Our task is to faithfully interpret the Alpines famous from the past and project Alpine into the future with beautifully designed, agile, high-performance sports car. We Alpine Vision car show immediately recognizable as an Alpine yet resolutely modern. We hope to reveal the final production model of the year.” Source : carscoops.com
2017 Renault Alpine Vision Concept using the machine Turbocharger 4 cylinders are designed, developed from the basic engine Clio RS 1.6-liter turbo
and assembled directly by specialists from Renault Sport. Lighter weight around 1,000 kg or 2,200-lbs and used machine capable of running 0-100 Km/h (62-mph) takes less than 4.5 seconds. Beat the speed of the Alfa Romeo 4C, Porcshe Cayman GTS/ Sport Chrono and left only 0.1 seconds from Porcshe Cayman GT4.
RELEASE AND DATE
They are produced in Dieppe, France. And the planned release in early 2017 in the European market followed-market outlets worldwide. Price to be offered around £ 40,000.