Caterham and Renault Alpine and live voltage is postponed

Caterham and Renault Alpine and live voltage is postponed

The Caterham-Renault partnership is not going well, since the new Alpine sports was postponed for the project be revised since the beginning.

According to a report from Autocar joint venture between companies can be canceled .. According to the publication, two sports cars are planned to be launched in late 2016, but is not sure if it will share the same platform and powertrain.

Although automakers not to comment on the news, it is speculated that the tensions between them are plentiful since it was confirmed the postponement of Alpine.

The model was quoted to have 280 horsepower, but the Caterham says he can produce around 300 hp.

The partnership between the companies began in 2012 with the aim of co-development of lightweight sports cars two places. When the deal was struck assumption that production would be taken at the Renault factory in Dieppe on the northern coast of France.

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