Alpine A110 Tour de Corse 75 gets rally-inspired look

Renault-owned Alpine went to the heritage properly and arrived again with a minimal-version edition of the A110 referred to as Tour de Corse 75. It stands out from the frequent-output auto with a yellow and black livery created as a tribute to the A110s that competed in the 1975 Tour de Corse.

The putting yellow and black look is complemented by white exterior accents, white paint on the 18-inch wheels, and a set of edition-precise decals. Designers utilized the driver-facet rear gentle to increase a selection seven to the rear conclusion that is the range assigned to one of the A110s that raced in the Tour de Corse, an occasion also acknowledged as “the rally of 10,000 corners.” Inside of, Alpine included harness-prepared Sabelt bucket seats.

Though there are no mechanical modifications to report, the Tour de Corse 75 gets the turbocharged, 1.8-liter four-cylinder that powers the A110 S. Mid-mounted, the motor sends 300 horsepower and 251 pound-toes of torque to the rear wheels through an 8-speed computerized transmission connected to a pair of change paddles. Brakes sourced from Brembo assist fanatics make the most of the turbo four’s power.

Manufacturing of the Alpine A110 Tour de Corse 75 is minimal to 150 models, which includes five for the United Kingdom. Pricing in France commences at 80,000 euros (all over $83,700 at the recent conversion price) and the product will go on sale on June 17, 2022, at 9 a.m. Paris time. In comparison, the typical A110 carries a base value of 60,500 euros (roughly $63,300). Of program, none are coming to The us.

Alpine did not get the Tour de Corse in 1975 first spot general went to a Lancia Stratos HF. On the other hand, an A110 entered by French privateer Michèle Mouton (who afterwards received many races powering the wheel of an Audi Quattro) took very first spot in the race’s Team 3 category.

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