French Alpine does not offer the A110 in the United States, but the sports car manufacturer is still bringing an ‘American’ version to market. This is an exclusive South Beach Colorway Pack.
This is not really big news because the Alpine A110 only adds new colors to the range. This is about the shades of Blue Azure and Rose Brewer Lightweight sports car With the white 18-inch Xerox wheels it gives a very unique look. Do you already have the feeling of Grand Theft Auto?
Miami Grand Prix
Not surprising, because this is the atmosphere that Alpine wants to create with these particular A110 colors. All at Miami’s F1 Grand Prix event. That’s the first Formula 1, But also to the Alpine. This is the first time a sports car brand has been in the US. The French celebrate that happy truth with this unique color combination.
The colors we know with the Alpine A110 are also implemented indoors. Like the already known models, the door panels are finished in body color. Shades are available from this summer.
More power to the Alpine A110
This is one of the many news stories about Alpine Updated† The biggest change is mechanical power. The GT and S now have 300 hp and 340 Nm due to technical adjustment. If you go to the latter S, you can also order an aero kit from the end of last year. It produces 141 kg of downforce. The Alpine A1110 has a new infotainment screen starting this year, which is a very welcome addition.
The news also came out recently Heir From the A110. It will be built in partnership with Lotus and will have an electric powertrain. The model is scheduled for 2025. As Lotus is responsible for the technology base, the next Alpine mountain is also likely to see light in the UK. Incidentally, this is very historically justified: the original alpine was built in many countries.
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