An A110 looks like an A110. And here, this copy looks like an A110 R from afar with a fixed rear spoiler, an opaque bezel, and aerodynamic appendages. Yes, but now, if you look closely, these appendages are new to some. For example, we have small fins on either side of the front bumper, at the bottom.
And the splitter (the lower blade) seems double, unlike that of the Alpine A110 R. As for the openings of the aerodynamic tunnels of the hood, they are downright enormous. At the rear, the spoiler seems more imposing. The side fins are well pronounced and marked, and the supports seem slightly higher. The tail fin on the rear window is different and larger than that of the A110 R Le Mans! That is to say.
More support, for more power?
Above all, the car present here is entitled to a trunk spoiler! On the photos, it seems that we recognize Laurent Hurgon, development driver of the Megane RS who is now developing the Alpine. The rest is quite close to the A110 R or A110 Le Mans. Is Alpine preparing an A110 Nürburgring version for example? Or A110 RR, R Extreme?
The big question being all the same, will they dare to touch the power of the engine. Officially given for 300 horsepower, the engine can deliver more once passed through the hands of certain preparers. But this necessarily affects the reliability and longevity of the engine (and the tolerance of the NDLA gearbox). To have.
As for the possible price, the A110 R is already “overpriced”, so a more radical version, we are afraid. The A110 R is from €112,000, the A110 R Le Mans from €140,000. In the meantime, we can go see all the photos on Motor1.