A new report states Renault will introduce a new Alpine concept at next month's Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.

A new report states Renault will introduce a new Alpine concept at next month's Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.

The Alpine project came to life as a partnership between Renault and Caterham, but the two automakers have parted ways and will launch the products separately. Renault's car is scheduled to enter production phase towards the end of 2016 and will allegedly be previewed on June 13-14 at Le Mans during the legendary endurance race.

It's one of the new models part of a €600 million investment in the brand, according to French magazine Challenges. The report goes on to specify it will cost between €30,000 and €35,000, with production output set for 3,000 units each year but with the possibility of expanding to 5,000 cars if there will be enough demand.

The Renault Alpine will be built in Dieppe, northern France and is set to adopt a lightweight construction (1,100 kg) and possibly a 1.6-liter turbocharged gasoline engine developing as much as 250 bhp (186 kW). Automotive News Europe says some of the technology implemented in the revived Alpine will come from Renault's partners Nissan and Daimler.

As a final note, next month's concept will represent a follow-up to the 2012 Renault Alpine A110-50 concept (pictured) which was actually based on the Megane Trophy.

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Renault Alpine concept could be unveiled next month at Le Mans