New Renault Alpine A120 Teaser Photos Make Car Enthusiasts Excited For Its Debut At Geneva Motor Show

Feb 15, 2017 08:40 AM EST | Gerone Trish

Renault has released new teaser photos for its newest Alpine sports car model. Prior to its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the anticipated Alpine A120 is already dropping hints of its gorgeous sports seats.

Two new teaser photos were released by Renault revealing the design of the seats for its latest offering. Expected to be named as A120, the upcoming sports car will feature very impressive seats with lightweight, tough yet comfortable components.

The teaser photos reveal the seats for A120 come as a one-piece design, with super lightweight personality. The seats weigh about just 13.1kg, which is about 2.6kg in excess with the weight of the McLaren P1's seats.

The photos also detail the bold side bolsters of the seats. This design suggests a dominant lateral grip, which also points to the sports car's cornering abilities. In addition, the new seats can be seen with quilted leather.

According to CarBuyer, Alpine has emphasized that the upcoming sports car will satisfy users by providing comfortable and lightweight features. Alpine stressed that they did not allow anything to sacrifice performance, weight and driver's comfort.

Meanwhile, the upcoming A120 offers outstanding aerodynamics. The new sports car has the rear diffuser and new flat floor which are the major components to support the aerodynamics.

The French automaker already began accepting early bookings for this new sports car. Only 1,955 units were initially offered for the advance bookings. This Premiere Edition is available in three color variants: blue, white and black.

Those who are interested may deposit around $2,150 (€2,000) to secure one unit from the limited 1,955 units. The early booking may be done via the automaker's smartphone app.

With the previously reported outstanding aerodynamics of the upcoming sports car, and the latest teased impressive seats, the upcoming Alpine A120 has surely captivated the hearts of many car enthusiasts.

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