About Alpine

Alpine is a French automaker renowned for its line of premium racing and sports cars.

Heritage

Heritage

Established in 1955 by Renault dealer and rally driver, Jean Rédélé, the brand found fame for its innovative, lightweight designs, winning a number of prestigious races on the European and international motorsport circuits.

The company was bought by Renault in 1973, but vehicles bearing the Alpine nameplate were produced until 1995. Recently, Alpine was revived with the launch of the Alpine A110.

Vision

Vision

Rédelé was a visionary whose bold, creative spirit lives on in the Alpine brand.

CEO Bernard Ollivier and his team take the same values that helped forge Alpine more than 60 years ago — a love of racing and an unquenchable thirst for innovation — and apply them for the modern day.

Design

Design

The Alpine A110 is the perfect example of this old-meets-new philosophy, combining styling cues from the iconic A110 Berlinette with cutting-edge design features and technologies. The result? An agile and thrilling ride like nothing that’s come before.

Originally tailor-made for competition, Alpine vehicles excelled on the motor rally circuit in the 1950s and 60s. Then, increasingly, the focus became endurance races, notably the Le Mans 24 Hours – the most celebrated event on the sports car calendar.

Racing

Racing

Alpine clocked up many racing accolades during its existence, including winning the 1973 World Rally Championship, but tasted perhaps its sweetest victory yet in 1978 by winning the event and recording the fastest-ever average speed at the time — at 210 kph.

After a 35-year absence, Alpine returned to the track in 2013, collecting several European titles in the A450 and then achieving success once more at Le Mans in 2016 in the A460.