The French based automaker Renault has recently announced, through the voice of Carlos Tavares, that the final production version of the A110-50 Alpine will cost 50,000 euros.
According to the Renault CEO, Carlos Tavares, the company will revive the Alpine brand, putting a stop to all rumors regarding this subject. The first model to roll off the assembly line wearing the Alpine logos on its body will be the production version of the A110-50 Concept, which was officially presented to the public two months ago and also brought to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
“I’m determined to relaunch the Alpine Brand. The first car will be a 21st century interpretation of the A110 Berlinette – it will cost around 50,000 euros. That’s the direction we’re heading in after that we can do anything we like”, said the company’s official.
As a quick reminder, the modern reinterpretation of the A110 Berlinette is the A110-50 Concept, which has been made in order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the model. The Alpine A110-50 Concept is 880 kg and it’s sitting on 21-inch wheels, covering the 356 mm discs in the front and 330 mm discs in the rear. The model is powered by a 3.5 liter V6 engine, producing 400 HP at 7,200 rpm and 422 Nm of torque.