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Alpine A110R Le Mans is going to be very hard to get

June 8, 2023

Fun package, French style

The Alpine A110R Le Mans is based on the A110R, including all carbon fiber parts on the roof, wheels and interior with monocoque Sabelt Track bucket seats. The car also has a carbon rear spoiler. Thanks to a 300-hp 1.8-liter turbocharged gasoline engine and a weight of 1,082 kg, the A110R sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds. Top speed comes out to 285 km/h.

Features Alpine A110R Le Mans

The A110R Le Mans is recognizable by its exclusive white-and-blue 24 Heures du Mans livery. A thin, double blue-white line is applied to the front cover, roof and rear wing as a reference to motor racing, complemented by the blue fins. A blue piping adds allure to the carbon wheels. The shark fin on the carbon engine compartment cover refers to the Alpine A480 that participated in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Alpine A110R Le Mans

Circuit de la Sarthe

As a finishing touch, the official 24h Le Mans logo has been applied to the front spoiler, side skirts and microfiber pads of the Sabelt Track bucket seats. As the ultimate nod to Le Mans, the layout of the Circuit de la Sarthe is subtly laser-engraved on the sun visor. Finally, each copy of the A110R Le Mans has a numbered badge with the 24 Hours of Le Mans logo.

Exclusive and exceptional Alpine experience

Future owners of the Alpine A110R Le Mans join Alpine’s “Band of Racers. They will receive exclusive access to the 2024 Alpine Elf Endurance Team facilities and the chance to drive a lap of the Le Mans circuit in the morning prior to the race for an unforgettable experience in their own A110R Le Mans. The A110R Le Mans will be available to order from June 8 for 152,590 euros. One copy is coming to the Netherlands. So the chances of getting a copy are very slim.

Alpine and endurance racing

Alpine, thanks to brand founder Jean Rédélé, has been involved in long-distance racing since the 1960s, culminating in the 1978 Le Mans 24 Hours victory with the Alpine A442. The brand further stepped up its participation in long-distance racing with partner Signatech in the LMP2 class and then in the LMP1 class. Alpine is now looking to the future, with the brand participating in the new LMDh Hypercar category from 2024.

Alpine A110R Le Mans

Alpine A110R Le Mans