The A110 Pure focuses on the driver/machine connection and has a minimalist approach.
Light weight, it has 13.1kg Sabelt monocoque seats and 17-inch light-alloy wheels, resulting in the A110 Pure weighing as little as 1,098kg.
The Alpine A110 in its simplest and lightest form, Pure is destined to live its life on mountain roads and country lanes. Fun to drive even at low speeds, Pure remains comfortable and refined in everyday use.
It comes fitted as standard with lightweight Sabelt sports seats, while matte carbon fibre interior trim and an aluminium passenger footrest hint at the car’s sporting intent.
By combining styling cues from the iconic A110 Berlinette with modern design features, such as ‘X’-shaped LED taillights with dynamic turn indicators, the new A110 forms a link between Alpine’s heritage and its future.
Led by Frenchman Antony Villain, the design team captured the spirit of Alpine while also creating a new design language that will stand the test of time.
The most agile sports car is the lightest one. Compact dimensions and an aluminium body keep weight to a minimum, while Sabelt sports seats ensure Pure is the lightest version of the A110.
A floating centre console and exposed seat brackets reflect Pure’s lightweight construction and sense of purpose, while climate control air conditioning and smart phone connectivity ensure it is as effortless to use as it is thrilling to drive.
Mounted directly behind the passenger compartment and powering the rear wheels, the turbocharged four-cylinder engine is the beating heart of the A110. Tuned by Alpine’s powertrain engineers to offer sharp throttle response and impressive power throughout the rev range, the 1.8-litre direct injection engine delivers strong performance and the emotive sports car soundtrack.
Pure takes Alpine’s core principles, such as compact size and lightweight construction, and deploys them with the latest technologies.
Switchable drive modes and torque vectoring help to ensure the most rewarding driving experience.
Via its 7” central touchscreen, Pure offers a full range of multimedia functions, from smart phone mirroring and satellite navigation to in-car entertainment. Drivers can also view performance driving data during track days.
As well as displaying performance driving data, Alpine Telemetrics enables the driver to access real-time technical information such as power and torque output, turbo boost pressure and engine and tyre temperatures.
According to the magazine team: “The Alpine A110 is simply unmatched among sports cars”.
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