> Alpine A110 refreshed for 2022
> New three-model range
> More equipment
> Uprated performance
> On sale now from £49,905
There are still three models on the Alpine A110 range, but they're now called the A110, A110 GT and A110 S.
The entry-level A110 (the blue car in these pictures) gets the same sleek, low mid-engined shape as before, with 17-inch alloys.
The GT (the silver car) is designed to be more of a grand tourer, so has more power but also 18-inch alloys and is the only model to get the Thunder Grey paint pictured.
The range-topping S gets the biggest changes, with its own unique 18-inch alloys, Brembo high-performance brakes and a new optional aero body kit that brings up to 141kg more downforce.
The kit is comprised of a carbon rear spoiler improving aerodynamic support, a carbon front blade and longer front fairings under the car to step up the efficiency of the rear diffuser and flat floor.
Inside the entry-level A110 gets Adjustable Sport seats covered in black microfibre and leather with grey stitching, while the GT gets adjustable Comfort seats covered in black or brown leather with blue stitching.
The range-topping S comes with Sabelt Sport adjustable seats in black microfibre and leather with orange stitching.
The A110 now comes with a new infotainment system across the range. It's a 7-inch touchscreen that is designed to be like your smartphone to use, but also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.
There are no dimension changes for the Alpine A110 this time around, so its passenger and luggage space is the same as before.
It remains a two-seater with a generous amount of space for two tall adults and a decent amount of storage given its sporting intentions.
There isn't much boot space, although that's not exactly surprising. You get 196 litres split across the A110's front and rear luggage compartments.
Every A110 comes with a turbocharged 1.8-litre petrol engine, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox that drives the rear wheels.
The entry-level A110 comes with 252hp, while the GT and S models get an increased 300hp. Alpine says it has changed the engine's mapping in all cases to make it more responsive.
The A110 cracks 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds and tops out at 155mph, while the two more powerful models manage it in 4.2 seconds and can reach 161mph. However, with the S model's optional aero pack fitted, the S can carry on to 171mph with enough room.
Alpine says it has also changed the A110's launch control system, so that it now disables a cylinder to sound more sporting while stationary.
The Alpine A110 starts from £49,905 for the entry-level model. The GT model starts at £59,355 and the S from £59,995.
It's on sale now, and the first deliveries are expected in March 2022.