New Alpine A110S info | New Release - Car News Aug 2019


14:10 Monday 12 Aug 2019

The French sportscar maker Alpine has confirmed the launch details for their new A110S model.

The A110S will be available to order from 3 September, with prices for the lightweight, mid-engined two-seater starting from £56,810 on-the-road.

Powered by a 292bhp turbocharged 1.8-litre petrol engine, the Alpine A110S comes as standard with a high performance braking system including 320mm bi-material brake discs and Brembo callipers, and specially-tuned Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres.

Ride height is lowered by 4mm compared to standard A110 models, while the new springs are 50% stiffer and the hollow anti-roll bars are twice as stiff.  The electronic stability control has also been recalibrated in order to handle the resultant increase in grip.

Top speed is 161mph, while 0-62mph is achieved in 4.4 seconds.

Optional extras include a £2,208 carbon fibre roof panel that shaves off almost 2kg in weight, and a £1,656 option of carbon fibre-backed Dinamica-trimmed Sabelt bucket seats.


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