2025 Alpine GT X-Over – The performance brand of Renault Alpine is working on a brand new electric sports vehicle called GT X-Over. GT X-Over and our exclusive images show what it may appear like. Expected to debut in 2025, the brand new car will compete with the models like The Tesla Model Y and the coming electrical Porsche Macan, and will be constructed alongside the Alpine A110 sports car in Dieppe, France. All this is happening as the brand moves towards becoming an all-electric maker in the middle of the decade.
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The way you see it in our rendering, we anticipate the quad-headlight design used on the A110 to be a standard feature in Alpine models. This GT X-Over will feature a coupe-SUV shape with a sloped roofline like the brand new Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe. The car will likely be offered in the famous Alpine Blue metallic paintwork, like the A110 and that of the Alpine Formula One car. It is expected to launch in the second quarter of 2019. Alpine GT X-Over will sit on a modified version of The CMF-EV system of the Renault company. This is the same structure that powers the new Megane E technology from Renault. But, unlike the Megane model, this Alpine SUV will use the triple electric motor configuration.
In an interview with Auto Express, our partner publication Auto Express, Alpine director of engineering Gilles le Borgne explained this further: “[For the GT X-OverWe will use the electric motor with 215bhp at the front and in the rear, we’ll have an amazing surprise. We’re hoping to implement the torque vectoring and have impressive handling and performance, as you could imagine for an Alpine. We’re working on that.”
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The news isn’t all good for Alpine, however, as reports are already spreading about the possibility of developing an enhanced version of the forthcoming Renault 5 electric car. Borgne has also stated that Alpine has joined forces with Lotus to create an electric alternative to the A110. It is likely to have the same E-Sports-inspired underpinnings as the highly anticipated electronic Lotus Elise and will feature batteries that range from 66.4kWh up to 99.6kWh.
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Its sporting car will be paired with Lotus the version of the Elise and will be available in 2026. The cars will be built on modular platforms that are being developed by Lotus called E-Sports. This electric hot-hatch will be a modified version of the Renault hatchback that was first shown this year with this year’s Renault 5 concept. The model will be built on a smaller variant of the CMF-EV platform, referred to as the CMF-BEV. the covers will be removed in 2024.
At some point, Alpine will broaden its assortment of EVs to compete with expected launches from high-end brands such as Maserati as well as Porsche. However, we’re unlikely to have any of these EVs on the roads of the U.S. as Alpine hasn’t announced any plans to launch in the U.S. market.