, 2022-12-25 10:30:00,
When you think of rally legends, you often think of Lancia Delta, Audi Quattro, or maybe even WRX STIs and Lancer Evolutions of old. You know, rally icons with fascias clear as day and names as well-known as A-list celebrities. This class of vehicles birthed some of the greatest moments in all of motorsports with a suite of raucous street cars to match. But we hope, out of all the rally heroes throughout history, you never forgot about the Alpine A110.
We sure as heck hope you didn’t forget what is France’s prized sports car and one of their most sought-after classic cars. The reinvigorated automaker even rolled out some faithful homages over the last few years with the aid of Renault to remind everyone. After all, it was a surefire winner in its day and a fan favorite throughout its lengthy production run. And let’s not forget the styling, which, at the time, was a revolutionary knockout.
The A110 was a darn good car with an unwavering cool factor. So allow us to take you on a brief trip through history and explain what has us gushing with nostalgia over this feisty, ankle-biter of a baby supercar.
What Is The Alpine A110?
Okay, so calling the A110 a supercar is a bit of a stretch. It’s a supercar only in character and styling, but this car has both in spades.
The A110 was born in 1963 to Automobiles Alpine, a French manufacturer renowned for its focus on sports cars and…
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