2018 Alpine A110: Designers Identified The Best Suppliers To Ensure A Best Performance Sports Car

Mar 20, 2017 08:10 AM EDT | Ivy Lebanan


Alpine is one of the French manufacturers of a sports car. Their Alpine A110 is a small enclosed two door Berline. Just a year after presenting their Alpine Vision show car, during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the company revealed their 2018 Alpine A110.

With the company's concept of agility, performance and light weight, this model has adopted and developed the edges of the A110 Berlinette, one of its predecessors. This new model from Alpine will be constructed in the company's factory located in Dieppe, and as for the deliveries, it is expected to start late this year in Europe while shipments in Japan and UK is most likely to commence in 2018.

The Alpine sports car comes in an aluminum platform. The car's body structure are bonded, welded, and riveted for an exceptionally rigid and at the same time light build.

The 2018 Alpine A110 is weighing 1080 kg with its compact size of 1798 mm wide, 4178 mm long, and a height of 1252 mm. As for the mass of the car, it is concentrated in the center of the car with a tank of the fuel behind its front axle. The engine is located on the rear axle of the car which enables the driver to feel at one with the vehicle.

The brand made this classically inspired car highly modern but has remained its recognizable Alpine mark. Car enthusiasts and car buyers will enjoy the company's combination of modern design language, technologies, quality materials, and its efficiency when it comes to its shape and size.

The 2018 Alpine A110 is powered by a new turbocharged 1.8 liter 4 cylinder engine from the another trusted and known automobile brand, Renault-Nissan Alliance. Alpine's team of engineers together with the Renault Sports has come up with this customized engine for the Alpine car model. It offers a maximum 252 of horsepower and a maximum torque of 320 Nm.

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