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Groupe Renault unveils new production line for Alpine A110

Renault Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn inaugurated the all-new Alpine A110 production line. This inauguration was attended by the Minister for Economy and Finance of France, Bruno Le Maire, with the two also inspecting the production line committed to the new sports car of Alpine. This production line will be part of Groupe Renault’s Alpine facility located in Dieppe, Normandy.

Talking about the new production line, Ghosn revealed that it was in Dieppe where the first-ever Berlinette was manufactured around half a century ago. The renewal of the Alpine production, he added, presented the company with an interesting challenge. Groupe Renault managed to rise to the occasion with Alliance, he continued, especially with support from the local urban district, the region, and ultimately the state. The factory has been completely refurbished, Ghosn declared, through an investment amounting to at least €35 million and the recruitment of 151 individuals. The brand has long been known for its French-style elegance and excellence. With this new production line, Ghosn said, this will no longer be simply claims but an actual industrial reality.

After two years of work and an outlay of at least €35 million, the brand believes that the Dieppe plant will become one of a kind especially in Europe. This new production line will have the capability of assembling the chassis and all-aluminum body of the Alpine A110. Meanwhile the paint shop will have new cleaning and sanding robots in order to ensure that premium quality finish. The brand also revealed that the same assembly line has been upgraded in line with the best practices of Alliance.

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Sketch of the Alpine A110 Cup Racer gives us chills

French automaker Alpine was founded in 1955 by Jean Rédélé, and was bought by Renault in the 1970s. Subsequently, Alpine production ceased in 1995. This year, the company was reborn as they introduced the new Alpine A110. The company is hoping to continue its success with this model. They also have plans to develop a small SUV to put in the same segment as the Porsche Macan.

It didn’t take long as the A110 is scheduled to make a debut soon. The A110 will come out in two variants, a racing version and a road legal version. And recently, the company revealed a sketch of what looks like the race car variant. The image does not say a lot because only the top part of the front fascia can be seen. But looking at the image, it seems like the road going version will have a more aggressive look, with its pronounced diffuser, a tow hook, and some more details to the hood - all of which helps improve airflow.

Under the hood of the road-going model will be a 1.8 liter turbocharged engine that can produce 252 horsepower (188 kilowatts) and 236 pound feet (320 Newton-metres) of torque. Overall, it weighs about 2,380 pounds (1,080 kilograms), which is considerably pretty lightweight.

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Top 5 Most-liked Vehicles at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show

The 2017 Geneva Motor Show (or the Geneva International Motor Show) is definitely one of the most awaited major automotive shows in the planet.

It has been showcasing the best and the newest that the auto industry could offer –concept cars, production vehicles, tuned units, auto accessories and parts as well as services – since 1905.

Now, in its 87th edition, the 2017 Geneva Motor Show was already guaranteed to be a definite success when it formally opened its doors to the public on March 9, 2017.

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2017 Geneva Motor Show: Official unveiling of 252-hp Alpine A110 sports car

The much-teased Alpine A110 has finally been officially displayed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, and its specs are as equally astonishing as its retro-inspired design. Alpine is hoping that the new A110 will help catapult the carmaker in the sports car segment by offering pure driving pleasure with the combination of lightweight, agility and performance.

Just days prior to the official global debut of the Alpine A110, the company revealed the full design of its new sports car, but without releasing details about its performance and other dynamic elements. Indeed, the Alpine A110 features a modern design, one that stays true to its heritage.

Upon launch, Alpine will also be introducing the new A110 Premiere Edition, of which only 1,955 models will be made. Alpine will commence deliveries of the new A110 late this year in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland. The sports car maker will commence deliveries of the A110 in 2018 to customers in the United Kingdom and Japan (right-hand drive versions).

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Alpine has revealed the production version of the 2018 A110. Prior to this release, the brand implemented a rather long campaign which started with the “Celebration” and followed it up with the “Vision.” For those familiar with the history of this brand, the A110 is the iconic name of the same model released from 1961 and to 1977. With the use of the name plus the fact that its design is clearly retro-inspired, it is clear the brand hopes it would go against the Porsche Cayman.

It was back in 2015 when the Alpine Celebration was first unveiled at the Le Mans. Back then, it showed that the design paid tribute to the class A110 Berlinetta. By 2016, the Alpine Vision concept was shown. This was intended as a preview of the production version. The design of this version was clearly an evolution of the Celebration.

Looking at how the body of the2018 A110 is designed, there is no doubt that it traces its heritage to the “Berlinette.” Still, a large part of the design reveals that there are various modern touches. In addition to fully utilizing architecture that uses mainly aluminum, the new A110 will have a floor that is totally flat. By having a diffuser in the rear, it allowed the brand to refrain from having a spoiler in this area while improving the aerodynamics. Aside from the use of an aluminum-intensive body, the brand also be fitted with bespoke lightweight seats in an attempt to lower the weight further. The result is more than excellent as each of the seats weighs around 28.8 pounds (13.1 kilograms), giving this rear-wheel drive coupe a rumored curb weight of around 2,204 pounds (1,000 kilograms).

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