- The new Alpine A110

It's fast, it's nice and it's cheap!

2w ago



What you see here is a Porche, a Bentley and a BMW all one. Have you ever wanted one of them but haven't been able to afford it then this might just be the car for you. Based of it's ancestor, the Reno Alpine A110 is has the speed, the comfort and the price for you...

Front Body-Work

As I said the Alpine A110 is based of its ancestors. From the front the you can see the car has been widened and has a new grill just under the number plate. Reno have kept the iconic quadruple head lights. The bonnet has a small yet noticeable cut going through the centre, this has also been kept from the 1963 Alpine A110. As I said the body has been widened and has a thicker length meaning there is more room inside the Alpine...

Centre body-work

The centre body work hasn't really changed. By that I mean there aren't much changes on paper, but, that's not to say that there are no noticeable changes to the car. The car has actually gotten longer which means more space in the car. The Alpine is s 2 door and has stock tinted black windows.

Rear body-work

Now here is wear the 1963 Alpine is re-done, Reno has taken a more modern look on the classic and re-mastered the rear end. My impression of this is that I really, really like it. The rear end doesn't look futuristic at all, it just looks a bit like a Lamborghini on the rear and which makes out a really nice design.

General body-work

So as a whole the Alpine A110 looks absolutely incredible from the outside and it just gets better...


I'm stunned that it's not called the Alpine A110 GT because the interior is simply superb. The geometric patterns on the seats look incredible and the way the grey leather mixes mixes with the blue gives you the feeling of being in a Bentley. The gearing is paddle-shifter so it is a easy car to operate. I'm very impressed with the Alpines steering wheel too. There are no keys needed to start the car as it is a start/stop car. It has plenty of other buttons to push... I don't know what they do. But, all I do know is that there is a launch mode, so, if you're also competitive then this is the car for you.


Okay, okay the moment you've been waiting for... THE SPECS...

Price when new: £51,000

On sale in the UK: Now

Engine: 1798cc, 4cyl, turbo, petrol, 300bhp, 6295rpm, 298lb ft ,3450rpm

Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch auto, rear-wheel drive

Performance: 4.5sec 0-62mph, 155mph (limited), 46mpg, 144g/km

Weight / material: 1103kg/aluminium

Dimensions (length/width/height in mm): 4180/1798/1252mm


Well, I think that this car is the car for everything accept a road-trip car as there isn't much space, however this car only costs £51,000. Thank you for reading, I hope this article helped and as always, have a great day.

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