After the unsuccessful fusion of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the Renault-Nissan Alliance, it seems very unlikely that Renault will start selling cars in the US, even if they are re-purchased as Nissans. But do not forget, Mitsubishi is also part of the alliance and needs a new product for sale. It would be logical for Nissan to take over some existing Renault platforms to replace older models in their offer, but if it turns out that our forecasts are correct, Mitsubishi may be the first to benefit from the French platform.
Mitsubishi recently moved his headquarters to the US to be closer to Nissan. This move suggests that Mitsubishi would work closely with Nissan and Renault, and soon after this move was announced, rumors emerged that Mitsubishi plans to revive Lancer Evolution, which leases the drive from the next-generation Renault Megane RS.