Founded in 1955, the brand has set itself apart with its French-style sports cars. In 2017, the brand presents the new A110, a sports car faithful to Alpine’s timeless principles of compactness, lightness, agility and driving pleasure. In 2021, Alpine Cars, Renault Sport Cars and Renault Sport Racing have joined forces under the Alpine flagship. Alpine has become the dedicated brand to innovative, authentic, and exclusive sportscars of Renault Group, benefiting from the heritage and craftmanship of its historic plant in Dieppe, as well as the engineering mastery from the Formula 1 and Renault Sport teams. The brand’s range will consist of a ‘dream garage’ of 100% electric, sporty, exclusive and futuristic models for real life.
Welcome to Alpine’s mesmerizing future. Alpenglow is a glimpse into Alpine’s roadgoing and racetrack models of tomorrow. Alpenglow is also more than a concept car: it is a brand manifesto, the treatise enshrining its vision and development roadmap, a tangible symbol of the Renaulution plan, paving the way for the upcoming Dream Garage models. It’s a vehicle that encapsulates Alpine’s strategy as a manufacturer of road cars, a name in motorsports and a brand that embraces its social responsibility.
This much-awaited latest version rounds out the A110 range. Extremely, light, more streamlined, and more inspired by motorsports than ever – ‘radical’ is the only way of describing the car that now sits as the crowning jewel of the A110 line-up. The ultimate expression of lightness and performance, the Alpine A110 R was designed to be sensational on the racetrack yet still certified for the open road.
2021 FIA World Endurance Championship runner-up, the team will welcome back Nicolas Lapierre, a key figure in the success of the A-arrowed brand in 2016 and 2019. The Frenchman will also reunite with Brazilian André Negrão, a two-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, who has been with Les Bleus since 2017, and his countryman Matthieu Vaxiviere, who confirmed all his talent since his debut with Alpine.