El Alpine A110 Première Edition, an elegant and light sport coupé, ratified the expected return of Alpine. True to the brand's DNA, the model puts agility and driving pleasure first without forgetting day-to-day comfort.
Designed and manufactured in France, this two-seater rear mid-engined coupe is characterized by a lightweight aluminum frame and sophisticated double wishbone suspensions.
It is powered by a 1,8-liter 252-hp turbo gasoline four-cylinder engine. Like all historic Alpines, it is a rear-wheel drive vehicle.
As soon as the reservations were opened, in just five days the 1955 copies of this limited edition, a nod to Alpine's year of creation. The serial version will not be long in coming. The A110 Première Édition, the brand's first new model launch in twenty years, marks Alpine's rebirth.
Alpine is an autonomous entity within the Renault Group and has an ambitious long-term strategy that recalls the vision and determination of its founder, Jean Rédélé.
In addition to being famous for its celebrated past as a manufacturer of agile and light sports cars that move very comfortably on winding roads, the brand built its reputation in international racing at the highest level. His record includes, among others, the title of 1973 World Rally Champion and victory in the 24 hours of Le Mans from 1978.
Today, Alpine participates in international endurance races in this same spirit. His victory in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in the LMP2 category attests to his ambitions and his link to competition.