Alpine, the quest for agility

Alpine was born in the Alps from the mind of its founder, Jean Rédélé. Over the years, the brand has set itself apart with its French-style sports cars. The founding principle for the brand? Offer agile, high-performing cars that can give a unique, dynamic driving experience. These prestigious, timeless cars are the right balance of passion, logic and attention to detail.


Competition in its DNA

It is impossible to speak about Alpine without mentioning racing. Alpine was conceived by a race driver known for his rallying prowess in the 60s and 70s. The brand has left an indelible mark in all fields of motorsport. Among the accolades won are the World Rally Championship 1973 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1978. More recently, the Signatech Alpine team became double European champions in LMP2 endurance racing. They won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the World Endurance Championship (LMP2) in 2016, then in 2017, they finished third.

Competition in its DNA
The new A110 – true to its roots

The new A110 – true to its roots

Inspired by Alpine’s most iconic model, the original Berlinette, the A110 Premiere Edition links the brand’s past with its future. The designers and engineers have dreamt up a sports car that respects Alpine’s timeless principles: lightweight, compact and agile, with the unmistakable silhouette of an Alpine.

An awaited rebirth

The purists can rest easy; the Alpine A110 is manufactured in Dieppe, in the very factory that produced the brand’s previous models. Groupe Renault has invested in that historic legacy to provide the birthplace of the new model. The A110 combines aesthetics, comfort and driving pleasure. Its light aluminium body, front and rear double wishbone suspension and turbo rear mid-engine offer the best in performance.

An awaited rebirth

aesthetics and driving pleasure

Aesthetics and driving pleasure.

Premiere Edition

quote of Antony Villain - Alpine
For an avid car fan like myself, being given the opportunity to design a new Alpine model was a dream come true
Antony Villain,
Alpine Design Director
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