Alpine plays A120 sports car on video

Renault Alpine A120 was, showed early leaks set to reveal the car, site live earlier than planned.

Alpine Website shows that there is a special Premier Edition car from 1955-units available in 12 European countries first, before they expanded to the UK and Japan a few months later. Alpine says that more countries will be added, after the expiry of the 14.

Autocar understands that the engine will use a 1.8-Liter unit derived from the turbocharged 1.6-litre in the Renault Clio RS, although this can be also confirmed. 250bhp expected, but a 300-HP performance variant is also on the cards, as a convertible. What we do know is that the car is 62mph achieved from a standing start in 4.5 seconds.

A Deposit of 2000 (around 1700) one of the first cars, and the interested parties must have a tailor-made Alpine’s app, you select your car. Three cars are shown, each of which is offered with different wheels, suggesting that more than one variant. The car is offered in three colors: black, white, and blue.

The prototype cars seem to be the same as the example, we detected the audit earlier this year, similar to the original Alpine concept that was revealed at the beginning of the year.

Alpine’s first car, it is expected that the A120 name in homage to the high-performance Alpine A110-model of the 1960s and 1970s, although this has not yet been confirmed.

To see what is clear in the video on the Alpine site is that the cars use rear-wheel drive, and a deduction on the tailgate below the rear window; confirmation that the car is mid-engine sports car.

The video-finishing-tag-line “Alpine is back!” as well as the video uploader as Alpine rather than Renault, the cars will be produced to recommend a brand of its own as the Emblem of Renault.

After the launch of the Alpine sports car, it is expected that the brand launch more models, including a Porsche Macan-rivalling SUV. The Website says that the car will be priced between 55,000 and 60,000 (from 46,750 to 51,000), the A120 is a direct competitor to the Porsche Cayman.