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Renault and Caterham will produce all sports cars

Automakers Renault and Caterham have announced Monday morning they would revive all production sports cars of the Alpine brand. The vehicles will be manufactured in the history of Alpine factory in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime.

The British manufacturer Caterham, which already works with Renault in Formula-1, will get 50 percent in the Alpine Renault auto company to manufacture sports car models that will be sold "over the next four years," announcement Monday Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO of Renault, at a press conference.

Carlos Ghosn has welcomed an "important and carrier (who) can still progress in Europe" walk. He believes that the sale of specific sports vehicles could increase by "15 percent by 2015" on the European continent, recalling that it is sold more than 600,000 in Europe in 2011.

As part of this partnership, the two companies each produce their own vehicle. The new entity-Alpine Caterham will also be endowed with a common engineering department to "combine their competence."

"It is natural in the history of Alpine factory in Dieppe that future sports vehicles of Renault and Caterham will factories," he says Carlos Ghosn.

The plant employs more than 300 people and has produced more than 400,000 vehicles since 1969, the precise Renault boss. This new industrial project is expected to retain the entirety of jobs in this plant.

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