Limited to only 150 examples, Alpine has revealed a new limited-edition A110. Inspired by the A110 that competed in the 1975 Tour de Corse, the new variant sports an “iconic” design and “unequivocally sporty” cockpit. Alpine says this limited edition combines agility with performance, immersing its passengers in the sensations of the Tour de Corse, a rally of 10 000 corners. 


The A110 Tour de Corse 75 is dressed in yellow paintwork. The contrast bonnet and roof are finished in black. The two-tone livery further features distinctive ‘Tour de Corse 75’ black and white graphics, signifying its limited-edition status. 


The interior features Sabelt Racing bucket seats, embroidered with ‘Tour de Corse 75’. Alpine says these items can be specified with a competition harness. This derivative is equipped with 18-inch gloss white Grand Prix wheels, housing orange Brembo brake callipers “to highlight its competitive spirit”. 

The cabin further features convenience items such as Alpine’s multimedia system. The latter incorporates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto screen-mirroring functionality. 

This is, however, not the only limited-edition A110 the company has unveiled this year. Remember the limited-edition A110 GT J. Rédélé? This model was created to celebrate the centenary of the marque’s founder, Jean Rédélé.