Then in February this year, the autonomous Renault business unit revealed the “Vision” concept, said to be only 20 percent unreal. And the actual, real, finished car? That’s got to be at the scene of its predecessor A110’s triumph, the Monte Carlo Rally, hasn’t it? Then it’s a sure thing to appear at the Geneva show in March.
There’s a new video out showing disguised cars on a test track doing what Alpines do naturally – and yes, the car does look and sound nicely sporty.
Convinced? To put your name down for one of the 1955 cars (and yes you can choose your own number) you need to pay a €2000 deposit online. The company say that in France, with all taxes paid, the car will cost between €55,000 and €60,000.