New Alpine A110 To Cost Between €55,000 And €60,000 In France

All 1,955 units of the Alpine A110 Premiere Edition have been spoken for, but as the delivery date for the regular models is fast approaching, the French car marque has revealed their price.

Estimated to cost between €55,000 and €60,000 ($64,962-$70,867) in its homeland, tax included, it can already be reserved on Android and iOS smartphones and tablests, using the official ‘Automobiles Alpine’ app, found here and here.

For what it’s worth, the Premiere Edition sold for €58,500 ($69,096), with extra features applied to the exterior and interior, alongside a special plaque that reminds users of its limited build number.

You may want to pay extra care when choosing some of the optional extras, though, because one of its main rivals, thebase  Porsche 718 Cayman, starts from €55,040 ($65,009), whereas the ‘S’ guise comes from €67,790 ($80,068).

The Alpine A110 will be available in 12 European countries at first, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and UK. Its availability will eventually expand to other markets throughout 2018, and it will include Japan as well.

No matter where they live, customers will have to settle for the mid-mounted 1.8-liter four-cylinder turbocharged, which is the sole choice. Shared with the new Renault Megane RS, it delivers 252PS (248hp) and 320Nm (236lb-ft) of torque, thus allowing the French berlinette to reach 100km/h (62mph) in 4.5sec, from a standstill, before tapping out at 250km/h (155mph).

Note: Alpine A110 Premiere Edition pictured


  • Finkployd

    Not bad but never in a million years I’d pick this over of a Porsche 718 Cayman

    • Hugh M

      Everyone can make mistakes

      • Finkployd

        Yea just not this one

    • Vassilis

      Picking the base Cayman over this may actually be a mistake. Picking the S over this is probably the right decision but it does cost much more.

  • That is so close with Cayman, the problem that I can see is while Cayman is totally acceptable to loves daily. We haven’t yet seen any long term report of Alpine. I hope it’s not turning into another 4C, too serious to be driven daily.

  • Six Thousand Times

    10K too dear.

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