2017 Renault Alpine AS1, 2016 Honda Accord, Borgward’s New SUV: Car News Headlines

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Teaser for new Borgward SUV debuting at 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

Teaser for new Borgward SUV debuting at 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

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French automaker Renault is hard at work developing a new mid-engine sports car that will be branded an Alpine. It’s been decades since we last saw an Alpine sports car, but come next year a new one will be back on sale. Unfortunately, there are no plans to bring it over to the United States.

Honda’s Accord Sedan and Accord Coupe have undergone a mid-cycle update. The updated cars are much better looking, and they’re also loaded with more tech. Today we have our first look at the sedan version.

German automaker Borgward, which went bankrupt in 1961, has been revived. The new company’s first model will be an SUV, which has been teased ahead of an official debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show in September.

You'll find all of these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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