This Is Alpine's A110 GT4 Race Car

Plus, we now have two new trims of the road car.

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Alpine has returned to Geneva this year with a trio of new trims for its A110 mid-engine sports car. There are two new street variants—the Pure and the Légende—as well as a fully prepped GT4 competition car eligible for any GT4-spec race series.

Both the Pure and the Légende editions use the same 250-horsepower 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the same as well as the same double wishbone suspension as the standard A110. Where the two start to differ is in features and weight.

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The Pure trim focuses on a stripped-back driving experience, with one-piece Sabelt sport seats, lightweight 17-inch wheels, and matte carbon fiber interior trim. The result is an A110 that weighs less than 2425 pounds—at least seven pounds lighter than the normal car. Optional are 18-inch wheels, six-way adjustable seats, a Focal audio system, parking sensors, a reverse camera, and bigger Brembo brakes.

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The Légende trim, on the other hand, is geared more towards luxury grand touring. Those six-way seats are standard, as well as a gloss carbon fiber cabin finish, leather trim, parking sensors, a reverse camera, and that Focal audio system. Heated seats, a subwoofer, and an active sport exhaust are optional. The Légende also gets exclusive two-tone wheels designed to pay homage to the original A110 Berlinette 1600S.

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The new GT4 version is an evolution of the Alpine A110 Cup one-make race series car. Built by Alpine's motorsport partner Signatech, the GT4 is eligible for any GT4 race series, including the SRO European GT4 Series, the Creventic 24 Hour series, and one-off events such as the Spa 24 Hours.

Since the GT4 is based on the road car, it uses the same 1.8-liter turbo-four, albeit with unspecified power upgrades. It comes equipped with a custom roll cage, six-piston Brembo brakes, and Öhlins adjustable race suspension.

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Customers already in possession of an A110 Cup will have the option of upgrading their cars to GT4 spec without having to purchase an entirely new vehicle, saving time and cost for race teams. Expect to see the car competing in select events later this year.

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