The 2020 Alpine A110 Legende GT has limited edition of 400 worldwide, and available colors are Mercury Silver (new), Abyss Blue and Deep Black.
The 2020 Alpine A110 SportsX concept has has flared fenders and a 80mm (3.2″) wider body, and 60mm (2.4″) more ground clearance.
The 2020 Alpine A110S has lowered suspension, and a more powerful 1.8L turbo I4 with 215kW (288hp) and 320Nm (236 lb-ft), RWD, and a 7-speed DCT.
Look out Porsche Boxster, the Alpine A110 has French style, a mid-engine layout, a light bonded aluminum platform and body, and an excellent interior.
Renault has revived both the Alpine brand and the A110 for its new Porsche Boxster competitor, and it has an aluminum platform and upper body.
The Alpine A120 coupe moves one step closer to production with the Vision concept, which looks a little more ready than last year’s Celebration concept.
The Alpine A110 was a rear-engine, rear-wheel drive sports coupe powered by a selection of Renault engines.
At the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hour, Renault has unveiled the Alpine Celebration, a concept car that marks the brand’s 60th anniversary.
Unveiled at the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hour, the Alpine Celebration is designed to honour the brand’s 60th anniversary as a modern revival of the A110.
The Le Mans 24 Hour is the world’s longest running car race. For the Alpine Celebration concept, Renault provided a few glances back to its glory days.