The Elusive Alpine A110 Just Got Even Cooler

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Only 300 of these beauties will be made.

The new Alpine A110 launched in 2017 as a rival to the Porsche 718 Cayman and Alfa Romeo 4C. Since then, Alpine has been improving the A110 by making it even lighter and more powerful.

With a curb weight as low as 2,380 pounds depending on the variant, the A110 is one of the lightest and best-handling sports cars in its class and we adore its retro styling. It's a shame, then, that this superb sports car has never been sold in America. To make us even more envious, Alpine has launched a new special-edition variant combining the comfort of the current Legende model with the power of the A110S.

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Dubbed the A110 Legende GT, production is limited to just 300 units in Europe. As standard, the Legende GT is finished in a new Mercury Silver finish, but it's also available in Abyss Blue. The limited-edition sports car rides on 18-inch diamond-cut wheels with contrasting gold brake calipers and also features unique translucent LED taillights.

Inside, the six-way adjustable leather seats are available in either amber or black with matching leather door panels. The center console, dashboard visor, and air vents also feature glossy carbon fiber accents. A plate below the center console with the build number highlights the model's exclusivity.

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Under the hood is a 1.8-liter turbo engine producing 292 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. Paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, this setup enables the A110 Legende GT to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 155 mph.

In addition to the bespoke styling details, the limited-edition model boasts more standard equipment including front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera and a premium audio system. In Europe, pricing for the 2021 Alpine A110 Legende GT starts at €71,600 ($86,546).

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