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New Alpine A110 Legende GT and Color Edition specials launched

The comfort-focused Alpine A110 Legende GT and the fashion-conscious A110 Color Edition are on sale now, with prices starting at £60,000

Alpine has launched a pair of special edition A110s, called the Legende GT and Color Edition. The former is a limited edition, comfort-focused variant of the standard car, while the latter forms part of Alpine’s latest marketing programme, which plans to offer uniquely specced versions of the A110 on an annual rotation, with each bearing a bespoke colour scheme.

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The A110 Legende GT is priced from €69,300 (around £60,000) – and production will be limited to just 400 examples globally. It features a unique Mercury Silver paint finish, smoked white LED tail lights and a custom luggage set, trimmed to match the interior. There’s also a set of new 18-inch alloys and fresh badging, both of which are finished in pale gold.

Alpine’s A110 Legende GT is fitted with a pair of six-way adjustable Sabelt comfort seats, which are upholstered in tan leather. The door cards have been trimmed in the same material, while the steering wheel features a brown 12 o’clock marker. Alpine has also added a numbered plaque on the centre console, marking each car’s position in the build series.

There’s also plenty of extra equipment on offer, with buyers receiving a set of uprated Brembo brakes, an active sports exhaust system, a reversing camera, parking sensors, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a premium stereo system, supplied by the French electronics company, Focal.

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Like the standard car, the A110 Legende GT is powered by a turbocharged 1.8-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, which develops 249bhp and 320Nm of torque. It’s mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox and shares the same 155mph top speed and 4.5-second 0–62mph time.

Alpine’s fashion-conscious A110 Color Edition will be on sale for the next year, bearing a price tag of €71,000 (roughly £62,000). It wears a unique Sunflower Yellow paint finish, a set of black 18-inch alloy wheels, black badging and anthracite brake calipers. Buyers can also opt for a carbon fibre roof to further reduce the car’s 1189kg kerb-weight.

Inside, the Color Edition gets a set of reupholstered fixed-back Sabelt bucket seats (with yellow “Alpine” badges to match the car’s lairy paint finish), as well as a range of yellow and carbon fibre exterior trim. There’s also a plaque on the centre console to mark the model out as a limited edition variant.

Unlike the Legende GT, the A110 Color Edition is powered by a tuned version of the A110’s standard engine – so its power output climbs to 288bhp, its 0–62mph time falls to 4.4 seconds and its top speed stands at 162mph.

What do you make of Alpine’s limited edition A110s? Let us know in the comments section below… 

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