Since the announcement of the return of the A fléché on the roads, publishers, magazines and journalists have been restless. Will the new Alpine A110 be the worthy heir to her eldest daughter? Answer... A big YES! The 21st century berlinette is praised by journalists all over the world and is the subject of a series of prizes.
The COTY jury has announced the models shortlisted for the 2019 prize. The Alpine A110 is one of the seven contenders for the title to be awarded on March 4, 2019.
The very first Alpine customers invited to participate in the "ALPINE Customer Visits" program were welcomed a few days ago by Pierre-Emmanuel Andrieux, Director of the Dieppe Plant, and Thierry Witzenrieth, Alpine After-sales Director at the Normandy site.
24 hours of Le Mans 2018: the Alpine A470 no. 36 crew is ready for the second race of the Super Season
After a great start to the season marked by a podium finish at the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, Groupe Renault will be represented by the Alpine A470 from the Signatech Alpine Matmut team at the 86th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 16&17. The trio Nicolas Lapierre, André Negrão and Pierre Thiriet are setting their sights on victory in the LMP2 category.
A perfect weekend for no.36 Alpine A470 in Austin, 6th round of LMP2 World Championship.
The first Alpine A110s will be shipping toward the end of 2017 in Europe. In the meantime you might like to take a closer look at some of the design, testing and manufacturing details behind the beginnings of the new Alpine A110.
Alpine today presented the Signatech Alpine Matmut team's programme for the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) at its new showroom. With two brand new LMP2 race car, the team is ready to fight to win a new title this yeat again and make a memorable year.
As the curtain comes down on the 87th Geneva Motor Show, after 13 days and record attendance yet again, Renault, Dacia and Alpine are taking a fond look back at some of the event’s highlights.
In this exceptional interview we quizzed two of the people who are writing the latest chapter in the Alpine history. Michael van der Sande, Alpine managing director, and David Twohig, Alpine chief engineer clue us up on some of the A110 secrets.