Tag: Alpine A110

Renault’s Design Chief Sheds Light On The Future Of The Alpine Brand And Other Models

The modern-day Alpine A110 is a great sports car with a very bad timing. The automobile industry is going electric, buyers are flocking to SUVs and the coronavirus pandemic has affected all automakers, including Renault, who is still trying to see the light at the end of the tunnel. There have been reports surrounding the […]

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For €899, You Can Give Your Alpine A110 Near A110S Levels Of Power

Unless Renault decides to exclude the Alpine A110 from its massive restructuring and cost-cutting plan, the French sports car could die altogether after production of the current generation ends. Meanwhile, we can still enjoy what is a properly balanced, good-looking alternative to the Porsche 718 Cayman and Alfa Romeo 4C, and continue to cover the […]

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Renault May Close Four French Plants, Alpine A110 And Five Other Models In Danger

Renault is looking to tighten the belt in order to save €2 billion ($2.2 billion) by 2022 as part of a massive cost-cutting plan. To do so, they will reportedly close several factories in France. Citing local media, AutoNews claims that one of the facilities in danger is in Dieppe, one of the smallest in the […]

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Porsche 718 Cayman T vs. Alpine A110S: Which One’s Quicker On Track?

Renault’s resurrected Alpine brand has a long history of making good drivers’ cars, but the new A110S faces a major obstacle: not only is it positioned against the likes of the Porsche 718 Cayman T, but more importantly, it’s also £4,755 ($5,893/€5,328) more expensive than the established German sports car in the United Kingdom. Now, […]

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The Porsche Cayman T And Alpine A110S Are Both Excellent Sports Cars, But Which One Would You Have?

If you’re in the market for a mid-engined sports car that offers impressive amounts of performance without ripping your face off, the Porsche 718 Cayman T and Alpine A110S are two excellent options. Found behind the cabin of the 718 Cayman T is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine delivering an impressive 296 hp and 280 […]

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Renault Morphoz And Dacia Electric Concepts Officially Confirmed For Geneva

Renault will be hosting the world premiere of the zero-emission Morphoz Concept at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. Set to offer a glimpse of the brand’s future electric vehicles, the study is previewed in a teaser image that puts the spotlight on its name embedded in the back end, likely between the tailgate and bumper. […]

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World Car Of The Year Finalists Announced, American Brands Shut Out

The finalists for the 2020 World Car Awards have been announced and only include automakers from Europe, Japan and South Korea. In the title category of 2020 World Car of the Year, ten vehicles will compete for top honors. They include the Hyundai Sonata, Kia Soul EV, Kia Telluride, Range Rover Evoque, Mazda3, Mazda CX-30, […]

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Alpine A110 SportsX Show Car Is Wider, Higher And Not For Sale

Alpine has chosen the International Automobile Festival (FAI) in Paris to reveal a rally-inspired, winter sports-accessorized A110 concept called SportsX. Headlining an exhibition of new or little-known models from Alpine’s past and present, the A110 SportsX show car is the result of a joint effort by the brand’s design and engineering teams. Alpine says the […]

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Gordon Murray Pulled Apart His Personal Alpine A110 To See Why It’s So Good

Gordon Murray, the creative genius behind the iconic McLaren F1, wasn’t planning on benchmarking another car against the upcoming T.50 hypercar, but that changed when he had his personal Alpine A110 delivered to him. Talking to Car Throttle, Murray confessed that he would originally use the 30,000 miles he’s done in a McLaren F1 as […]

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