2022 Alpine A110 Grand Tourisme Sport Coupe

2022 Alpine A110

2022 Alpine A110

2022 Alpine A110

Alpine is unveiling its new A110 range: A110, A110 GT & A110 S. These three versions are all intensely Alpine, and each has its own distinctive character and its own territory. In their own way, they treat drivers to three kinds of experiences - and they are all quintessentially Alpine. As light and agile as any other Alpine, they come with a 4-cylinder 1.8 turbo engine and a Getrag 7-speed automatic gearbox with a dual wet clutch.

The Alpine A110 is the gateway into the Alpine universe. The "Alpine" chassis and 252 bhp engine are as pleasant to drive as the Berlinette. The car is light, lively and precise, and stays agile and vibrant in all circumstances.

The New Alpine A110 GT is the range's Grand Tourisme sport coupe. Its 300 bhp engine paired with the "Alpine" chassis strikes a blissful balance between performance and comfort. It's hard to find a car that's this versatile and elegant. It's a sports car for everyday and long-distance driving alike.

The New Alpine A110 S at the top of the range pushes the cursor towards performance. It's "Sport" chassis is made to measure for the 300 bhp engine's full might. It has a sports car's soul and comes with optional semi-slick tyres and a custom-made aerodynamic kit that will wow drivers who value precision, especially on tracks. The New A110 S is uncannily gung-ho and packed with thrills and chills.

"2021 is an historic year for Alpine: it ventured into Formula 1, won the Grand Prix in Hungary and pushed ahead with the Endurance programme in the top category. This is exactly what the new A110 range is all about: it's crisper, pushes performance up a notch and captures what we are aiming for in the motor sports arena." Laurent Rossi, CEO, Alpine

New Alpine A110 S, sports in essence

The S badge on the back and door sills points to the intensely sporty and intensely Alpine driving experience that the New A110 S provides - and to its uncompromising configuration including its 300 bhp engine, chassis, brakes, exhaust and Sport seats. It's enthusiastic whatever the circumstances and feels fantastic on any road and at any pace. It comes with optional carbon aerodynamic add-ons pointing for bold performance, and a dual colour finish (Fire Orange and a Deep Black roof).

The exterior equipment includes chromium black Alpine lettering, bright black 18 inch GT Race rims, 215/40 R18 front tyres and 245/40 R18 rear tyres, and orange brake callipers. The interior comes with top-of-the-range furniture including adjustable Sabelt Sport seats on two rails, aluminium Sport pedals, and a microfibre covered interior with orange overstitching if you opt for the Microfibre Pack and Racing Seats. The orange seatbelts, all-microfibre seat upholstery and fittings to add a racing harness are now specific amenities to the New A110 S.

On the driving side, the New A110 S has optional Michelin PS Cup 2 Connect semi-slick tyres and an Aero Kit to push the needle up to 275 km/h. The kit is comprised of a carbon rear spoiler improving aerodynamic support, a carbon front blade and longer front fairings under the car to step up the rear diffuser's and flat floor's efficiency. Its stability at 275 km/h comes from the 60 kg extra load on the front wheels (from the carbon blade) and 81 kg extra load at the back (from the carbon spoiler), adding up to 141 kg. With this equipment, the New A110 S can deliver its full potential on tracks.

New Alpine A110 GT, Grand Tourisme, French style

The distinctive features include the Thunder Grey launch tone and the GT badge on the back and door sills. The New A110 GT is an unparalleled blend of performance and elegance with its "Alpine" chassis and 300 bhp powertrain.

The sleek silhouette, sophisticated interior and sharp mechanical features are tantalising. Standard amenities include Park Assist (front and back assistance and rear-view camera), and the adjustable leather Comfort seats on 6 rails (including blue overstitching).

New Alpine multimedia system with enhanced connectivity

Alpine is fitting its new A110 range with a new Alpine multimedia system including a 7 inch touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity and 2 USB outlets. It is smartphone-inspired, intuitive (the widgets are customisable) and compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The controls behind the steering wheel activate voice recognition so that you can control your smartphone's iOS or Google system or run Google Online Search for addresses.

The onboard navigation system provides a wealth of information in real time (traffic updates, risky areas, upcoming service stations including fuel prices, etc.).

The Alpine Telemetrics menu (an option except on the New A110 S) includes real-time readings or bar charts displaying turbo pressure, gearbox temperature, torque, power, steering wheel angle and acceleration. And the built-in chronograph keeps track of performance on circuits, for instance.

The Alpine multimedia system is available, depending on the version, with a standard audio system (2 speakers), Focal audio system (2 speakers + 2 tweeters) and Focal Premium audio system (2 speakers + 2 tweeters + 1 subwoofer).

The new Alpine multimedia system is compatible with FOTA (Firmware Over The Air) remote updates. This connectivity will for instance make it possible to add a Wi-Fi connection in the near future.

Sharper engine calibration

To maximise driving pleasure, each Alpine A110 comes with 3 driver-selectable modes: Normal, Sport and Track.

Normal and Sport modes are optimised, respectively, for greater comfort and for more vigorous gear shifting, including the possibility of shifting gears down and increasing engine revs (for the kind of smart boost you get from double clutching) between shifting gears up.

The acceleration pedal's and engine's response, power steering system's sensitivity, gear-shifting rules, exhaust valve activation and ESC response change according to the model you choose (and you can completely disable ESC by hitting a button).

The New A110 GT and New A110 S engine's calibration has been improved to push maximum power to 300 bhp at higher engine speeds (6,300 rpm), add 20 Nm (340 Nm torque as low as 2,400 rpm) and reach the maximum speed in 7th gear (the automatic gearbox is also engineered to boost performance).

Another all-new feature: when initialising the Launch Control procedure, one of the cylinders is temporarily disabled to release more racing-style sounds.

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