Alpine A110 production officially kicked off last December, but the sports car builder will bring two new versions to the 2018 Geneva motor show. Alpine announced the A110 Pure and A110 Légende on Tuesday and each brings something new to the revived, Renault-owned brand. The two variants offer very different takes on the mid-engine sports car. As the name suggests, the A110 Pure has a stripped-down interior with a minimalist approach. Alpine said in its announcement that the A110 will be at its lightest and most focused in Pure guise, and it mimics the Premiere Edition cars. On the...
“Top Gear” hosts narrowly escape Alpine A110 fire
“Top Gear” is no stranger to cars catching fire. There's been a number of incidents in the decades the series has been on television, and now the latest crew to do the hosting have a story of their own to tell. In this case it was the new A110 sports car from revived French brand Alpine...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Alpine A110 enters production at historic Dieppe plant
It’s been a long time coming, but Alpine’s A110 is finally in production. Some readers will recall Alpine’s parent company, Renault, first announced plans for the car in 2012. It was originally to be developed alongside a similar model from Caterham, but the British firm pulled...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Lighter, more powerful Alpine A110 Sport planned
You can file this one under forbidden fruit, because you're not going to see one Stateside. A sports car that we're already not getting has arrived and there's already talk of a hotted-up version. The Alpine A110 made its debut earlier in the year when it was unveiled at the 2017 Geneva motor show...Jeff Glucker