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Alpine A110 Tour de Corse 75 gets rally-inspired look

It's a tribute to the A110 that raced in 1975

Alpine hydrogen supercar teased ahead of March 18 reveal

It was created in collaboration with students at Turin's Istituto Europeo di Design

Alpine A110 join France's Gendarmerie fleet of patrol cars

The original A110 served law enforcement as well

Alpine wants to 'max out' car sales Europe before expanding globally

Sounds like we won't be getting the A110 stateside anytime soon

Alpine A110S gets two-tone limited edition in Japan

It's Alpine's first regional limited edition and production ends at 24 units

Alpine will sell three A110S art cars painted by Felipe Pantone

It doubles the price tag, but no one said art was cheap

Lotus confirms new Emira will be its last car powered by gasoline

It's built on one of four new platforms that will power the brand's expansion

Two Wheels
Renault Formula One team to be renamed Alpine F1 starting next year

The Renault name will remain on the car as the engine provider

Alpine has a strong motorsport pedigree, in rallying and endurance racing, but has not previously featured in Formula One as a constructor. The Renault name will remain on the car as the engine provider. "Starting from next year we will be racing with the Alpine brand," De Meo told reporters ahead of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.

Alpine A110 Légende GT and Color Edition: Two ends of the sports car spectrum

The grand tourer gets a more luxurious interior and matching luggage

Renault's Alpine brand will launch a more luxurious version of its sleek A110 sports car as it looks to branch out from its core French market and consolidate a jump in sales last year, its chief executive said. The Renault group, which also makes budget Dacia cars, revived the Alpine brand and its two-seater models in 2017, updating a classic design which hit a peak in the 1960s and 70s. Pricier models like the Alpine could help improve the group's profitability and growth in the lo

First Drive
Alpine A110S First Drive | Faster and stiffer, but better?

The go-faster version of the French sports car comes close to becoming too mainstream