New limited-edition Alpine A110 models launched
A more refined A110 Legende GT version makes its debut alongside the bright yellow Color Edition
- Porsche-rivalling Alpine adds more choice to its A110 range
- Atelier Alpine personalisation programme launched
- First deliveries of limited-edition models to start in summer
The Alpine A110 sports car is now available in Legende GT and Color Edition 2020 form. The two new models join the Pure, Legende and more powerful A110S in the existing A110 range. Prospective buyers can reserve the cars on the Alpine app now, with first deliveries set for summer this year.
Just 400 examples of the Alpine A110 Legende GT will be produced worldwide and each one gets exclusive interior and exterior tweaks. Three paint colours are available, including a new Mercury Silver, and the badging and alloy wheels are finished in pale gold. The Legende GT also gets translucent LED tail-lights.
Inside, Alpine has fitted Sabelt comfort seats upholstered in warm amber leather. There’s matching leather on the door cards and a new copper element to the carbon-fibre trim pieces too. As standard, it features an active sports exhaust, upgraded brakes from Brembo, a reversing camera and a Focal stereo, while there’s also the option of a bespoke luggage set finished in the same leather as the seats. Buyers also get a numbered plaque to highlight the car’s exclusivity.
Joining the Legende GT is a new Color Edition 2020, which will only be on sale until the end of the year. Alpine will then follow it with a different Color Edition every year, with a new model-specific paint colour every time. The Sunflower Yellow paint for 2020 is inspired by the classic Jaune Tournesol shade, popular on Alpines in the 1960s and ‘70s. To contrast with the solid yellow paint, the Color Edition gets black exterior detailing and alloy wheels. A grey carbon-fibre roof is also offered.
UK prices for the two cars are yet to be announced but in Europe they start from €69,300 (Legende GT) and €71,000 (Color Edition 2020). At the time of writing, this converts to approximately £60,000 and £62,000 respectively.
The Atelier Alpine customisation programme is now live, too. Buyers can choose from 29 new paint colours (at a cost of €4,800 each), three wheel finishes - black, white and gold - and four colours for the brake calipers. More personalisation options will be introduced in the near future. This treatment is limited to just 110 cars worldwide, and each one will be hand-painted in a separate area of Alpine’s factory.
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