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Alpine A110 RS Spy Shots Unveil Gas-Powered Goodbye

  • Alpine has been spotted testing a new version of its A110 sports car, possibly called the A110 RS, which seems to be a more extreme iteration compared to the previous A110 R model.
  • The spy shots reveal several enhancements aimed at improving track performance, including aerodynamic additions like flics on the front fascia, a larger rear wing with manual adjustment, and new baffles for better airflow.
  • There are speculations about potential upgrades under the hood, possibly a more powerful version of the A110’s 1.8-liter turbo-4 engine, though no official confirmation has been made.

Spy pics have surfaced, giving us a sneak peek into Alpine’s latest project: the 2025 Alpine A110 RS. It’s like a pumped-up version of the A110 R from 2022, but with some extra oomph.

The new A110 RS looks a lot like the A110 R, but if you look closer, you’ll see some cool new stuff aimed at making it faster on the track.

There are small tweaks all over, like little flaps on the front and a tiny fin on the back. The rear wing is bigger now and can be adjusted manually for better aerodynamics. Plus, there’s a neat spoiler added to the back. They’ve even added some clever vents on the sides to help with airflow.

The wheels have been redesigned, too. And people are wondering if they’re testing a more powerful engine under the hood, but we’ll have to wait and see.


As for what they’re going to call it, nobody knows for sure yet. But it’s clear that this could be Alpine’s way of saying goodbye to gas-powered cars before they go all-electric.

It’s pretty cool that Alpine’s Formula 1 driver, Esteban Ocon, has been seen driving one of these around the famous Nürburgring track. It shows Alpine’s serious about making fast cars.

But while everyone’s excited about this new A110 RS, there’s also a bit of sadness. Alpine has already said they’re going all-electric soon, with seven electric models coming out in the next few years. So, this might be the last hurrah for their gas-powered cars.

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