Officially presented the powerful coupe Alpine A110SJune 14, 2019
The French company has announced a more powerful coupe Alpine A110S. The car is now available for ordering car enthusiasts in Europe at an initial price of 66,500 euros
Alpine A110S is a new model in the sports line of the French brand. To increase the demand for its new product, the company offers a more high-performance version of the model with a 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a power of 288 horsepower (320 Nm), rather than 249 hp. (320 Nm), as in the normal version. If you live in Europe, then A110S is available to you right now at a starting price of 66,500 euros. Deliveries begin in October of this year.
A 1.8-liter powerplant in the middle of the car works with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The braking electronic differential balances the torque between the rear wheels to maximize thrust.
According to representatives of the company, the new A110S accelerates to a speed of 100 km / h in 4.4 seconds, and its maximum speed is 260 km / h.
In addition to improving performance, Alpine pays attention to the height of the ground clearance – the model A110S is 4 mm lower than the other options A110. The springs are 50 percent tougher, and the anti-roll bars are 100 percent stronger. The A110S is equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires with a special compound that was developed specifically for this car. 12.6-inch Brembo brakes are standard, which are optional on other Alpine.
Outside, the A110S distinguishes itself from other versions of the model thanks to carbon fiber and orange flag elements on the front pillar. The novelty also received orange brake calipers and wheels with dark trim. Buyers can also specify options such as a carbon fiber roof and Gris Tonnerre dull gray paint.
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