Limited Edition: Alpine Only Making 200
The Alpine A110 San Remo 73 Edition exalts the brand’s initial championship accomplishment during the1973 World Rally event, including a triumph at the renowned tournament in Italy. Just 200 of these bespoke specimens will be produced, with an estimated cost of $94,500 (€89,000 locally) in France. Its availability is slated to begin on the 17th of March.
Taking design inspiration from the iconic San Remo 73 rally car, the Edition model dons a body composed mostly of Original Caddy Blue, with contrasting black pillars and a sleek, red carbon roof. To pay homage to the revered car, black and white graphics appear on the hood, lower doors, and beneath one taillight.
The ride is on 18-inch Grand Prix Brilliant Blanc rims, and the anthracite finish is given to the Brembo brake calipers. The insignia of Alpine is in black.
The cabin showcases microfiber upholstery with grey stitchery. The Sabelt Racing one-piece seats, sporty pedals, and metallic passenger footrest complement the competition-inspired style of the car. It is numbered on a plaque showing its specific vehicle number from one to two hundred. It comes as standard featuring an auto-dimming rearview mirror, front and back parking assistance and Focal Audio stereo.
The San Remo 73 Edition utilizes a 1.8-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that generates 300 hp and 251 pound-feet of torque, consequently enabling it to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.2 seconds.
In 2022, Alpine released their newest version of the A110 – the exclusive Tour de Corse 75 edition. In commemoration of their success in the 1975 Tour de Corse rally, this model flaunts a bright yellow body with a black roof and delicate white detailing. Limited to only 150 pieces, this special edition has an asking price of €80 000.
Alpine recently showcased the A110 R Fernando Alonso, the most advanced model to date, however it comes at an expensive price of $157,127 (€148,000). Only 32 of these magnificent cars have been produced. The automobile boasts a matte blue exterior with the driver’s autograph prominently showcased on the back window. Additionally, those who purchase it will also receive a replica of Alonso’s helmet, signed by him.
Speculation abounds as to whether the Alpine badge will make its way to the United States. As of now, there’s no telling if this rumor is true or not.