Alpine has announced that it will be unveiling two new versions of the A110 at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
The Renault-owned manufacturer said that the two variants will be called the A110 Pure, and A110 Légende.
While the ‘Pure’ will be the lightest and most driver-focused version of the A110, the Légende adds more refinement and sophistication to the car.
Standard equipment on the Légende includes 6-way adjustable lightweight Sabelt seats, full leather upholstery, and gloss-finished carbon fibre interior trim.
Both versions share the same full aluminium structure, and the 252hp 1.8-litre mid-mounted engine which is mated to a wet clutch, 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) gearbox with double wishbone suspension front and rear.
In addition to the two new models, Alpine will also be adding three new exterior colours to the Alpine range.
That being said, more details of the colours, the A110 Pure, and the Légende will be revealed later this month in Geneva.