The French sports club is retooling for the next season. It will continue to offer entertainment for fair money.

You can already order the A110 in a modernized form for the 2024 model year. The changes are minor, which proves that nothing essential was missing from the original version.

The entry version is the A110 model with an output of 185 kW and 320 Nm of torque, which covers 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and goes up to 250 km/h. Its standard equipment includes 18″ Sérac wheels, 320mm cooled brake discs, sports pedals and electrically folding rear-view mirrors. Alpine will ask for 1,600,000 CZK for it.

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It follows A110 GT design with 221 kW and 340 Nm (0-100 km/h in 4.2 s, max. 260 km/h), sports suspension, 18″ Grand Prix wheels with diamond effect, Focal Premium audio, heated seats and pedals plus armrests aluminum legs. The price is 1,890,000 CZK.

The A110 S will then offer a sharper ride, which combines a power of 221 kW with the option of choosing semi slick tires and specific aerodynamic accessories. Its 18″ forged wheels are in the Fuchs design and shod in Michelin Pilot Sport 2 Cup tires, the front headlights have a black outline. You will pay CZK 1,950,000 for it.

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New in the menu is design A110 R Turini, which received 18″ GT Race wheels, front splitter, hood, side skirts, rear wing, diffuser and carbon engine cover. The maximum speed is a nice 280 km/h, the basic price is then 2,650,000 CZK. The version closes the offer A110 R with a base price of CZK 2,800,000. New for 2024 is the orange Corail paint.

Alpine

The Alpine brand was founded in 1955 by Jean Rédélé, the son of a French Renault car dealer. The first car, the A106, was introduced the same year, and 251 were said to have been produced during six years of production.

The brand was particularly successful in motorsport, but it disappeared in 1996. It was only revived in 2012 with the A110-50 concept. The production model A110 is considered one of the most driving sports cars of the second decade of the twenty-first century.

Alpine A110