A mysterious Alpine A110 is approaching

Two optics, a portion of the hood and a radiator in the dark. The clues are thin, but by dwelling on two images released by Alpine on his Twitter account, a shattering novelty is indeed in the final phase of launch.

It has already been four years since the contemporary A110 berlinetta has seen the light of day. When it was launched, the range’s future developments were barely mentioned and it was not yet clear that Alpine would take off as a brand in its own right, an entity now separate from Renault. Some were quick to mention other models badged with the iconic label, including an SUV, a roadster … Alas, only the more powerful A110 S came to complete the family of the little French sportswoman who did not really need more.

Here comes what could be the most significant evolution of the Alpine A110. On these images, no question of 100% electric. There is always a good old radiator, openwork as possible. Hybridization, perhaps (evil is often necessary, the result sometimes wobbly, especially when balance and weight are the major components of DNA). We also distinguish the round optics and the design of the shield of the A110, a part of the door in elytron, and visible front hood closures. The whole, framed by prominent gills. A proto, a radical berlinetta, it looks like.

The Alpine GTA materialized?

These first teasers do not give any deadline for raising the curtain, nor specific announcement. However, these two pictures are reminiscent of a curious concept remained in the state of virtual rendering, called Alpine GTA, and foreshadowing a hypothetical pistarde variant, pure and hard, of the A110.

For the record, the Alpine GTA project was the brainchild of Arseny Kostromin, designer who worked for Renault and Dacia a few years ago. We owe him the first sketches of the Duster. There, obviously, it is from another barrel.

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