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Three new Alpine A110s revealed at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show

Alpine has vastly increased the number of A110s you can buy, with two designed for the road and one aimed at the track.

Words by: First published: 6th March 2018
  • Alpine A110 Pure and Legende announced
  • Joined by A110 GT4 track version
  • New colours and wheel designs
The Alpine A110 range has multiplied, with the introduction of two new road-going versions and a hard-core track toy.

The Alpine Pure and Legende editions are both identical to the Premiere Edition that went on sale in 2017. That was limited to just 1955 examples and sold out in five days.

Alpine says the two cars share the same 252 horsepower, 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine, but have their own distinct characters. Pure is designed to be a more exhilarating driving experience, while the Legende is more of a grand tourer. Pure gets weight saving measures including lightweight sport seats, a mode selector that allows the driver to choose from Normal, Sport and Track modes, and an optional sports exhaust.

Legende gets more comfortable seats, an upgraded stereo, front and rear parking sensors and a reversing camera. The options on offer include the sports exhaust, but also a pair of heated seats.
Customers will also be able to pick from three new colours: a blue, a white and a grey, while there are four new wheel options to set your Alpine apart from the rest.

The GT4 model uses the same basic engine, but features ‘significant power upgrades’. It comes fitted with a selection of track kit including racing springs and dampers, Brembo competition brakes, racing tyres, a tweaked front splitter and rear wing, and a track standard gearbox. To comply with track requirements, it also gets a roll cage, fire extinguisher and racing seat and harness.

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