Alpine A110 Pure And Legende Priced From £46,905 And £50,805 In The UK

Whether you opt for the Pure or the Legende version of the Alpine A110, you’re still getting an aluminum chassis and frame, a mid-mounted 252 PS (248 HP) 1.8-liter turbocharged engine, and front and rear double-wishbone suspension.

Both Pure and Legende models share the same technical characteristics as the A110 Premiere Edition, which has long been sold out, with UK deliveries commencing this summer.

‘Pure’ for the enthusiast

The Pure version, which kicks off from £46,905 OTR, represents a more driver-orientated approach, as opposed to the Legende. It has 13.1 kg (28.8 lbs) Sabelt monocoque seats and 17-inch light-alloy wheels, resulting in a curb weight of just 1,098 kg (2,420 lbs). Inside, it boasts leather-trimmed seats and a matte carbon fiber casing, as well as air conditioning, sat-nav, smartphone replication and front and rear LED lighting.

UK buyers can then add optional extras such as Brembo brakes, active sport exhaust, luxury 6-way adjustable seats, two different Focal audio systems, park assist with parking camera and 18-inch alloys with two different designs.

‘Legende’ for more luxury

As for the A110 Legende, it’s meant to be a more sophisticated and refined version of the car. It already comes standard with six-way adjustable seats in black or brown leather, a Focal audio system, high-gloss carbon fiber passenger compartment and 18-inch alloys.

Meanwhile, its specific two-tone ‘Legende’ wheels pay tribute to the original motif of the A110 Berlinette 1600S, while two other 18-inch wheels are available as optional extras.

Like the Pure, the £50,805 A110 Legende also has air conditioning, sat-nav, smartphone replication and front and rear LED lighting. However, this version’s standard features can be bolstered by the addition of a Focal Premium audio system, an active sport exhaust system and heated seats.

Customers can order either of the two models in three new body colors: Blanc Irisé (Iridescent white), Blue Abysse (Abyss Blue), Gris Tonnerre (Thunder Grey). This pallet also holds Blue Alpine (Alpine Blue) and Noir Profond (Deep Black), which are already offered on the Premiere Edition A110.

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  • pcurve

    Love this car. Having watched how this car is constructed, I think it’s a bargain.

    • Mill0048

      I agree. I long for this car. But alas, I’m in the wrong country and I’m too cheap to spend that much on a car.

  • TrevP

    They should make a roadster version.

  • jaykit
    • Bo Hanan

      I love this!

  • ProtectOurHeritage

    It’s been built by Renault – you may as well set fire to your money, before the car catches fire!

  • Vassilis

    The Pure is fine for me, thank you very much!

  • SteersUright

    Had pass, waaaaaay too ugly for me to take seriously at those serious prices.

    • Agree completely, I think it looks like a Chinese Porsche ripoff. And HATE those cheap looking bug-eyes.

  • Bo Hanan

    Renault meet the “Wheel” division of Tire Rack.

  • Bo Hanan

    Only the rear engined cars catch fire. And WE know already.

  • ProtectOurHeritage

    More fool them! Very few of those cars will on the road in ten years time.

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