Alpine published a teaser for the updated version of the A110 coupeJune 10, 2019
The car will be presented at a special event at Le Mans. It is expected that this will be the road version of the GT4-spec racing car.
It looks like we will not have to wait any longer to see the upgraded Alpine A110, since the sports division of Renault indirectly announced the premiere of a mid-engine coupe in about a week. Earlier it was assumed that the car will debut in July at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (UK), and its technical characteristics will be officially presented during the 24-hour Le Mans race scheduled for next weekend, June 16 and June 17.
Recently published teaser was named “Coming Soon. Stay with us… “. The more powerful version of Alpine A110 remains hidden in the shipping container, which will be #FromDieppeToLeMans travel according to the hashtag.
In 2017, Renault revived Alpine as a sub-brand, focused on the creation of high-performance cars. In the future, these guys are expected to introduce a powerful crossover that will compete with the German Porsche Macan.
Little is known about the new A110, but it is expected to be a less powerful version of the GT4-spec racing car. Under the hood of the car will be 1.86-liter turbo engine capacity of 296 hp, which can be found in the current Renault Megane RS Trophy / Trophy-R. Tuning and chassis tuning are also expected, as well as improved brakes and a more aggressive body.
We will learn everything you need to know about a new high-performance French car in about seven days. According to rumors, the car will receive the name Alpine A110 S / Sport. A cabriolet A110 is also expected to arrive, ostensibly to be introduced in 2020.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Alpine announced a new project for the BMW X3.
- China showed “killer” Tesla with a power reserve of 708 kilometers
- General Motors is working on improved autopilot
- First Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwing Buyers Receive Exclusive Gifts
- Alrendo TS Bravo electric motorcycle to hit European roads in May
- All new Peugeot models will receive “charged” versions