Alpine A110 with 320 power by Litchfield

Alpine A110 with 320 power by Litchfield

December 23, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

After two years of release of the Alpine A100 sports car, the tuning companies finally saw him as the perfect donor for building a supercar.

Most recently, the German company Waldow Performance presented its work. They managed to remove 300 hp from the standard 1.8-liter TCe engine. power. And it was the first Alpine in the new history of the brand, which in its characteristics compared with the sporty Renault Megane RS.

Now the British have got down to business. Litchfield Motors has presented its version of the refinement Alpine A110. Here, it was already possible to remove 320 forces of power and 386 Nm of torque from the engine. As the specialists themselves say, they simply replaced the exhaust systems and installed a new catalytic converter.

The result is more than impressive. And it’s not about the brand white color of Litchfield Motors. If until now the Alpine A110 was a direct competitor to the Porsche Boxster, now it has reached the next level. The car, built by the British, is ready to throw the glove already Porsche 911 Carrera S.

And technically everything is done at the highest level. Litchfield Motors redesigned the suspension, installed a limited slip racing differential, which actually turned the French sports car into a practically centrally located racing car. The only problem is that no one undertakes to work on the appearance of Alpine.

But there are some unimportant news from Alpine. There have long been talking about the desire to build a fashionable sports crossover based on one of the family all-wheel drive Renault. Now there is plenty to choose from. The donor may be Captur, Kadjar or Koleos. There are plenty to choose from. The only problem is that not one of them has anything to do with sport in principle.

According to rumors, the first Alpine crossover will be called the A120. And according to alternative information will be built on the platform of the Mercedes-Benz GLA. And this is quite realistic, given the growing strategic partnership between Renault and the three-beam star from Stuttgart.

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