Renault has brought its Alpine A110-50 Concept to the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, where the model made its local debut.
After it was officially presented to the public one year ago on the Old Continent, time has come for the Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept to make its debut in Asia too, with the help of the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show. The model in question has been originally introduced back in 1961, as the A110, and it became a dominating force in the rally car circuit in early ‘70s, and now, the A110-50 Concept, which has been designed to celebrate the model’s 50th anniversary, is showing what the future of the iconic brand might be.
The Alpine A110-50 Concept is finished in Alpine Blue, and it has hood mounted fog lights, scissor doors, a wavy rear wing, a carbon fiber body, modern cues and more. The model is a modern reinterpretation of the A110 Berlinette. The Alpine A110-50 Concept weighs 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 Alpine car is powered by a 500 HP and 422 Nm of torque 3.5 liter V6 engine. The Alpine brand will be reinvented by Renault.