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The Complete Story of the Alpine A110

Road & Track Logo Road & Track | Slide 2 of 5: The A108 was the evolutionary link between the A106 and the brand-defining greatness to come. Lower and leaner than the brand’s first car, the A108 was almost elegant, in a slightly quirky, Gallic sort of way. Its available engines, now from the mainstream Renault Dauphine model, were still smaller than one liter in displacement. The 1960 version used a new “backbone” chassis that would become the basis for every Alpine for the next 17 years.

1958-1965 A108

The A108 was the evolutionary link between the A106 and the brand-defining greatness to come. Lower and leaner than the brand’s first car, the A108 was almost elegant, in a slightly quirky, Gallic sort of way. Its available engines, now from the mainstream Renault Dauphine model, were still smaller than one liter in displacement. The 1960 version used a new “backbone” chassis that would become the basis for every Alpine for the next 17 years.

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