By reserving now its Alpine First Edition on the dedicated application and paying the sum of 2,000 euros, the future customer can also choose the number of his car, between 1 and 1955, according to availability. A plate on the center console will recall the selected number.
Another advantage for the novelty is its price. The French manufacturer announces a price between 55,000 euros and 60,000 euros, well below the 69,560 euros requested for the Porsche 718 Cayman S (PDK).
This new Alpine will be offered in 3 colors: black, white, and of course, blue. Assembly in Dieppe in the original factory of the brand, it will be marketed at the end of 2017 in 12 European countries, then in the United Kingdom and Japan – where the Alpine remains a legend for car enthusiasts – a few months later.
To reserve an Alpine First Edition, enthusiasts will have to pay a deposit of 2 000 euros. Depending on availability, they can choose the number, between 1 and 1955, which will be written on a plate affixed to the center console of the vehicle. They can also choose between 3 body colors: Alpine blue, deep black or solar white. In France, all the models available were reserved on 9 December.