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Limited edition Alpine A110 Tour de Corse 75 revealed at Goodwood

Motoring Research logo Motoring Research 23/06/2022 John Redfern
Alpine A110 Tour De Corse 75 © Provided by Motoring Research Alpine A110 Tour De Corse 75

Alpine will launch a limited-edition version of its A110 sports car at this week’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. 

The Tour de Corse 75 pays tribute to the original Alpine A110 Berlinette rally car, which claimed a hard-fought second place in the 1975 Tour de Corse rally.

Only 150 examples of the special new Alpine will be produced, with just five cars earmarked for UK customers.

Flashback to 1975

Alpine A110 Tour De Corse 75 © Provided by Motoring Research Alpine A110 Tour De Corse 75

A bold yellow exterior features black and white decals, inspired by the classic 1975 rally car. The roof and bonnet of the Tour de Corse 75 are finished in black, with a subtle number ‘7’ visible on the rear. 

A set of 18-inch gloss-white Grand Prix wheels and orange Brembo brake calipers help complete the makeover. 


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On the inside, Alpine has fitted a pair of motorsport-style Sabelt bucket seats, embroidered with ‘Tour de Corse 75’ text. To gain the full rally experience, buyers can specify racing harnesses. 

Alpine’s new multimedia system, featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, is included as standard. Each car will have a numbered dashboard plaque, indicating which of the 150 examples it is.

Take a first glance at Goodwood

Alpine A110 Tour De Corse 75 © Provided by Motoring Research Alpine A110 Tour De Corse 75

Customers interested in one of the five UK cars can register their interest now, with prices set to start from £66,855. 

The A110 Tour de Corse 75 will make several runs up the Goodwood Festival of Speed hillclimb, demonstrating the potential of its 300hp mid-mounted engine. Between runs, the car will be on show in the First Glance paddock.

The original Alpine A110 Berlinette, which inspired the new special edition car, will also be on show at Goodwood.

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