Alpine A110 Legende GT arrives in the UK for the first timeSeptember 4, 2020
The French sports coupe is one of two limited edition models that will go on sale in 2020. Alpine brings the A110 Legende GT to the UK for the first time.
The sports car from France has appeared several times in a row at the London Elegance Competition in Hampton Court. The Legende GT is billed as “the most refined interpretation of the A110 to date” and is conceived as a more comfortable long-distance version of the famous sports car.
Based on the current A110 Legende, the GT can be distinguished from the stock car by its gold badges, 18-inch alloy wheels, translucent white taillights, and amber leather seats. It will be sold in three colors: Deep Black and Abyss Blue, already available as standard on the A110, and a new variant called Mercury Silver, first introduced here.
The car’s seats are six-way adjustable as standard, while additional personalized interior features include a red 12 o’clock steering wheel, brown stitching on the dashboard, carbon fiber trims and a numbered plaque on the center console. An additional storage compartment between the two seats underlines the touring potential of this variant.
1.8-liter turbocharged A110 engine remains unchanged; The Légende GT develops 249 hp, can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 250 km / h. Powerful exhaust, enhanced Brembo brakes, parking sensors, a rearview camera and an upgraded sound system come standard.
In total, only 400 units will be offered worldwide at a price of 59,140 pounds sterling in the UK, which is about 10,000 pounds more than the standard A110 Pure.
Alpine also unveiled the A110 Color Edition, which will be available for a limited time in a unique new color every year. This year’s Color Edition is tinted yellow, a shade taken from the original Alpine color palette of the 1960s.
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