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Renault Teases a New Concept for Frankfurt


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The 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show is just one week away and Renault just dropped a teaser image of a new concept car it will displayed at the show. According to the first details, the new concept car "embodies Renault’s vision of Premium motoring," and it will be one of the six concepts that the French company will have at the show.

While Renault didn’t offer any other details on the concept, we hope that it will preview the next sports car set to be developed in cooperation with Caterham: the Alpine . What we can see from this teaser image is that the concept will feature aggressively shaped headlights that feature "Eyelight" technology.

The new Renault concept will be unveiled on the Renault stand (Hall 8) at 1:30pm on Tuesday, September 10th.

Click past the jump to read more about the Renault A110-50 Concept - the other concept inspired by the motorsport world.

Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept

Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept

Renault unveiled the Alpine A110-50 Concept at the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix. It was named A110-50 to pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Alpine A110, and its exterior language was inspired by the Renault DeZir concept unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.

The Alpine A110-50 Concept is powered by a 3.5-liter, 24-valve, V6 engine mounted in a mid-rear position. The engine delivers a total of 400 horsepower, and is fitted with a semi-automatic six-speed sequential gearbox.

Press Release

Renault is to unveil the new concept car which embodies its vision of Premium motoring at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.

The latest opus in Renault Design’s lifecycle-based series of concept cars will be revealed on the Renault stand (Hall 8) at 1:30pm on Tuesday, September 10.

The Frankfurt Motor Show will provide the first ever opportunity to discover the six concept cars that have been developed by the teams at Renault Design, under the leadership of Laurens van den Acker, together under the same roof.



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