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Renault’s All-New Alpine Coupe Was/Could Still Be A Caterham

MON, 29 AUG, 2016

This is the upcoming all-new coupe from Renault subsidiary Alpine photographed in a design studio.

Caterham Launches More Powerful Seven 310 - ‘Motorsport Improves The Breed’

MON, 8 AUG, 2016

You have to love British sports car specialist Caterham – when the company had finished developing an upgraded, more powerful engine package ...

Caterham Seven To Get Three New Variants In 2015: Report

SAT, 29 NOV, 2014

Caterham is reportedly planning three new variants for its Seven sports car in 2015, while also adopting a new naming system.

Alpine Again A Wholly French Affair

TUE, 10 JUN, 2014

Renault buys Caterham stake in Alpine sports brand, new model due in 2016 Renault has announced this week that it has bought the 50 percent shar...

Renault Caterham Venture Ends, But Alpine Development Continues: Report

TUE, 25 MAR, 2014

Renault and Caterham have reportedly ended their Renault Alpine-based partnership, according to news out of Europe this week.

Alpine Delayed By Design Woes: Report

MON, 17 FEB, 2014

The reborn Alpine sports car, currently in development as a joint project between Renault and UK outfit Caterham, has reportedly hit a design snag.

F1: Caterham Announces New Drivers For 'Pivotal' Year

WED, 22 JAN, 2014

After a period of intense speculation, Caterham on Tuesday finally announced its all-new race lineup, thereby completing F1's field of 2014.

Caterham Seven 485 Now On Sale In Australia, Superlight SV R300 Departs

TUE, 14 JAN, 2014

Caterham has confirmed this week that the Seven 485 will replace the Superlight SV R300 in its local line-up.

Caterham Expands Into Motorcycles With Three New Prototypes

WED, 6 NOV, 2013

Caterham Cars is about to add Caterham Bikes to its stable, with the carmaker announcing it will expand into motorcycle building.

New Entry-Level Caterham Seven 160 Revealed For UK

WED, 23 OCT, 2013

Caterham has released details and pricing for its new entry-level Seven, known as the 160 in the UK - and the 165 everywhere else.

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