The first teaser image that was released along when the announcement was made, revealed that Alpine is currently working on three electric vehicles including a compact hatchback, small crossovers, and a sports car.
2025 Alpine GT X-Over EV Review
The electric crossover is named the 2025 Renault Alpine GT X-Over, and it appears that it has already started testing. Our spy photographers captured an experimental vehicle that was built on an altered Dacia Duster body out for an exercise in The Arctic Circle. As we’re only seeing a heavily altered Dacia Duster is very hard to come up with an estimate of exactly what the upcoming Alpine GT X-Over will look like. There are not many details about the electric crossover as of now.
The only thing we know we know is it’ll be built in the same CMF-EV system used in it is the Nissan Ariya and the Renault Megane E-Tech. That could indicate that the following Alpine crossover will come with the same engine that powers the Megane E-Tech, but at the same time, we anticipate more horsepower from the engine, considering that it’s an Alpine car.
As a reminder to be reminded, it is important to note that the Megane E-Tech has one electric motor that is located on the front. It’s available in two models one that has 130 horsepower, and the other which has 220 horsepower. The base model has a 40kWh battery, whereas the highest version comes with a 60kWh battery. The range of the battery varies between 186 and 292 miles.
To provide more control this triple motor configuration is likely to be employed to improve control on GT X-Over. GT X-Over, Alpine engineering manager Gilles Borgne told Auto Express last year. The electric 215bhp motor will remain behind the chassis of the CMF-EV, said the boss, however, there’s an amazing surprise in the background. You can imagine this in the context of an Alpine model we’re planning to use the torque vectoring technique to give you the best efficiency and control. We’re trying to accomplish this.
It will compete with its competition and it will be competing with the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT and the Tesla Model Y with a 500bhp power output due to the motor in front, which has 215bhp, and two drive units in both rear. Apart from it being the GT X-Over and a hot hatch version of the Renault 5, which is completely electronic Renault 5, Alpine will also reveal a brand-new A110 coupe built with Lotus as part of Alpine’s “dream garage” EV lineup. In 2026 the three models are all accessible. In the meantime, Alpine says that because Alpine claims that the French firm claims because it uses components made by its parent company. In 2026, it can offer three models.
2025 Alpine GT X-Over EV Rumors
The 2025 Renault GT X-Over will demonstrate “the excellence in sports vehicles” that the company has acknowledged. Renault’s Dieppe plant, which manufactures the A110 sports car is expected to begin production of the GT X-Over in 2025 after it is modified to create the CMF-EV platform developed by Renault which will drive the vehicle. one of the three vehicles that Alpine will showcase when it turns into an all-electric enterprise is a brand new car that is built on identical CMF-EV tech that is used in the parent company Renault’s new Megane E-Tech electric.
The two other electric vehicles are a hot version of the modern Renault 5 supermini and one that is an electric Alpine A110 top sports car. Both are expected to be on the market in 2026. As Alpine announced plans to unveil its top five models as the first electric automobile in 2024. The brand-new 2025 GT X-Over received a sneak look. It’s a grand tourer, with speedy ride and performance could provide the French brand the chance to compete with fast, extravagant EVs like Porsche’s Porsche Macan EV and Lotus Type 132 The idea was suggested by sketches.