Alpine Reveals The A110 E-ternite Prototype


Société des Automobiles Alpine SAS or Alpine is a french based automotive manufacturer founded in 1955. And produced cars in countries like Brazil, Canada, Bulgaria, and Mexico other than France. Designed by Giovanni Michelotti, the Alpine A110 was made in 1963 and different variants came with three different engines. The production of this vehicle stopped in 1977.

Later the company made the Alpine A110 in 2017 and introduced it at the Geneva International Motor Show. Alpine, the previous year announced a vehicle with the name of A110 E-ternite, This is an all-electric vehicle and the company promised that it will be the only electric vehicle manufacturer soon. And the prototype of this vehicle was revealed with a coupe body and open roof. And this information of the vehicle is taken from Motor1

Alpine A110 E-ternite images

  • Alpine A110 E-ternity

The manufacturers made the 12 battery modules beautifully engineered to have four in the front and eight at the rear. So that the vehicle will get an optimal weight distribution. The vehicle weighs 568 pounds more than the IC engine variant. The motor is known to be the one used in Renault Mégane E-Tech which produces 238 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque. While the IC engine variant has 288 hp and 236 lb-ft (320 Nm) of torque. This electric vehicle will take 4.5 sec to accelerate from 0-62mph while the IC engine variant takes 4.4 sec.

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