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Alpine presents a limited series inspired by a rally icon

Inspired by the legendary Alpine A110 that took part in the 1975 Tour de Corse, this new limited series recently introduced by Alpine is distinguished by its iconic design and sporty interior. Designed with rallying and fans of the brand in mind, Alpine A110 Tour de Corse 75 combines agility and performance thanks to its chassis and its 300 hp engine , immersing its passengers in the sensations of the Tour de Corse, ‘the rally of the 10,000 curves’.

The yellow painted body contrasts with the black hood and roof. The iconic two-tone black and yellow decoration is complemented by black and white decorative elements, characteristic of the ‘Tour de Corse 75’. This signature on the left front wing is complemented by an iconic motif on the doors and a white line running along the edge of the bonnet.

In addition, the number 7 has been subtly integrated into the rear as a reference to the rally berlinetta of the time. Sabelt Racing bucket seats are embroidered with the name of the Tour de Corse 75 and can be equipped with racing harnesses. On the outside, 18-inch Brilliant White Grand Prix wheels and orange Brembo brake calipers demonstrate the racing spirit of this limited series.

It is an exclusive edition, since the production of the Alpine A110 Tour de Corse 75 is limited to 150 units, receiving a plate numbered from 1 to 150 . This limited edition will also feature the new Alpine multimedia system with AndroidAuto and Apple Carplay connectivity. In Spain, it can be booked now in the Alpine Centers network and will cost 81,900 euros , VAT included.

On the road, the limited series A110 Tour de Corse 75 takes over from a legendary vehicle on the asphalt of the Corsican track . At its controls, you can relive the exciting history of the 1975 Tour de Corse. Created in 1956, the Tour de Corse is one of the most emblematic events in motor sport, and rallying in particular. In 1967 the competition was integrated into the French Rally Championship and in 1973 it became the key French round of the World Rally Championship. Two years later, 77 teams took to the Corsican asphalt, but only 22 of them reached the finish line, a clear sign of the difficulty of this stage. Due to this, the 1975 edition was the scene of multiple surprises.

While the Alpine A110 and the Lancia Stratos HF fought for victory, everything was decided in the last special: the difference was between 5 and 30 seconds between them before the last stage. It was in the last timed sector where the cars fought the last battle of this Tour de Corse by achieving the same time. The Alpine was left behind by a minimal difference, thirty-two seconds separated him from the highest step of the podium.

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