The Alpine A110 Pikes Peak edition is the most extreme A110 model yet and will be competing in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Weighing just 2094-pounds, it sports aerodynic splitters and deflectors on the ends of the spoiler, along with a massive rear wing to generate downforce in the 156 corners of the course.
This one-off model also boasts an inlet on the roof to force air onto the engine, which makes nearly 500hp. Its lights are also slightly more aggressive treatment, starting with the thin laser-cut bars replace that replace the two circles up front. As for the rear lights, they have been shifted into three vertical segments on the side rails and central ridge, paying tribute to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Rounding everything off are a set of bespoke wheels designed to maximize aerodynamics. You’ll be able to see it in person at the Pikes Peak hill climb on June 25 in the Time Attack 1 category race.
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The Alpine A110 Pikes Peak pushes the boundaries of our imagination, far beyond anything we could have envisioned in the early stages of the project. It was a pleasure to work with the Alpine design office, with whom we quickly moved in the same direction thanks to our in-house expertise and ability to be incredibly responsive. Our core business lies in this strength and we could also rely on a network of local suppliers and subcontractors who were attentive to our needs. The first two testing days went really smoothly,” said François Letort, Alpine A110 Pikes Peak Project Manager.