The second-to-last domino of the Toro Rosso, Renault, Honda, and McLaren saga has fallen.
But not until 2021.
It also looks really cool. And no, it's still not coming to the U.S.
We should all aspire to be like Rosemary Smith when we grow up.
Nicolas Hulot, France's new environmental minister, announced this ambitious goal in a speech Thursday.
A bargain, complete with brakes that are "the combination of champagne and cognac."
They might not sound the same, but we can't be far from a seriously quick electric hatch that ticks all the boxes.
It's the lightweight mid-engined French sports car we've been waiting for.
It might help with grip and stability, but all-wheel-drive also adds weight and complexity.
The team is also bringing on F1 champ Alain Prost as an advisor.
The Concorde was based on the Eagle Premier, which was an evolution of the Renault 25, of all things.
Things sure have changed since the Renault LeCar and Dodge Colt were new.
The new Renault Alpine arrives later this year. The 1960s French sports car that inspired it left some very big shoes to fill.
Finally, a French alternative to Alfa Romeo and Lotus.
A number of automakers opted out of the Paris Motor Show. The French made up for them all, and honorably.
Renault's two-seat electric GT concept car is pure French fantasy.
How do you like your cheap speed? Rear-wheel-drive and two seats, or front-wheel-drive and a big hatch?
But coming improvements could reduce that deficit next season.
A three-time speed record holder from 1934, a rear-engine Twingo, and a bunch of F1 legends will grace the Renault stand.
Your chance to buy a GTA in the GTA.
Alpine's chief designer says this beautiful concept car is "80 percent production ready." You have to see it up close.
A true car geek's car.
A classic car show in Finland looks like it was captured in the Nineties.
It's the best racing you'll watch today.
Putting the engine in the middle is bad for practicality, but good for rally-inspired fun.
You spend the entire time behind the wheel of the New Mobility Concept with your foot to the floor and giggling.
We really hope it's successful in Europe.