It was expected that someone, somewhere, would eventually take the modern Alpine A110 and give it a few visual and performance mods.
That someone is Waldow Performance, a German tuning company, which has enhanced the looks of the new Alpine A110, while also giving it more power than the stock car.
The WP300 moniker given by Waldow is a clear reference to the engine’s output, which is said to be 300 PS (296 hp / 221 kW). This represents a 48 PS (47 hp / 35 kW) improvement over the stock A110, which goes to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.5 seconds from a standstill and hits a top speed electronically limited at 250 km/h (155 mph).
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Some of the aftermarket parts that equip this Alpine A110 are the sport exhaust with carbon-look tailpipe, KW springs, and several discreet body add-ons, made from the same lightweight material, as well as a new rear wing.
The most striking feature of the car, however, is the Luminous Green full body wrap, applied by Signdicate over the original black paint, which gives it a rather flashy look.
The vibrant color has been used inside, too, as Waldow applied it to the custom-built roll cage, which keeps occupants safe in case something goes bad.