Alpine has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of the marque’s founder, Jean Rédélé, with a new limited-edition A110 GT. Named for Rédélé, the A110 GT J. Rédélé was unveiled at Alpine’s 100-year celebrations in Dieppe, where 1 000 examples of iconic Alpine models of the past and present were on display. 

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The limited-edition derivative is finished in Montebello Grey, a hue the firm’s founder was fond of. The roof is finished in black. The A110 GT J. Rédélé is equipped with a set of 18-inch Grand Prix alloy wheels, housing “exclusive” silver brake callipers. 

The interior is trimmed in black leather. Grey contrast stitching can be found throughout the cabin. Alpine says the latter fitment emphasises the synergy between the Montebello Grey paintwork and the dark styling elements. Limited to only 100 units, each example is fitted with a numbered plaque bearing the signature of Rédélé. 

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