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Alpine A110 San Remo 73 and original
Alpine A110 San Remo 73, 2023, detail
Alpine A110 San Remo 73, 2023, plaque

A LIMITED run of special edition Alpine 110 sports cars is being produced to mark the brand's 50 anniversary of its victory in the Sanremo Rally and its first World Rally Championship manufacturer's title.

Inspired by the iconic Alpine A110 that won the 1973 Sanremo Rally in Italy, the new model is powered by a 300bhp engine and features a special design inside and out.

With its new bodywork in Original Caddy Blue colour, black painted roof arches and red carbon roof, the A110 San Remo 73 limited edition reinterprets the legendary livery of the historic 1973 Berlinette.

Black and white graphics on the doors complement the 'San Remo 73' thematic signature on the bonnet, doors and rear bumper and is set off with black front light booms and Alpine Black emblems and monograms.

The interior features a microfibre cockpit with grey stitching, Sabelt Racing one-piece bucket seats embroidered with a ' World Champion 73' theme and predisposed for a six-point racing harness. The door panels include two black and white theme stripes.

The exclusive Alpine A110 San Remo 73 is limited to 200 units worldwide and will feature a 'Limited Edition A110 San Remo 73' number plaque from 1 to 200.

The limited edition will also feature a high-performance brake system, active sports exhaust, electric retractable door mirrors and an auto-dimming rear view mirror, rear parking assistance, front parking assistance and a reversing camera, as well as a Focal Audio system and Alpine Telemetrics.

In France, it will be available to order through the Alpine network priced at â¬89,000 VAT included -about £78,000.


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