In the spring, Alpine announced an Alpine A110 decorated by artist Felipe Pantone. This decorative restyling of the berlinetta is on display for three days in Paris as part of the Art Paris exhibition.

Lovers of beautiful objects and Alpine, this appointment is for you! The French car manufacturer of the Renault group is participating in the 2021 edition of this art fair by exhibiting the Alpine A110 decorated by Felipe Pantone on the forecourt of the ephemeral Grand Palais. This place replaces the “real” Grand Palais until 2024. It is located on the Champ-de-Mars, at the foot of the Military School until September 12.

Alpine X # FelipePantone On the occasion of the @ArtParisArtFair event, you can admire our A110 x Felipe Pantone in the unique setting of the Grand Palais Ephémère in Paris. See you now and until September 12 at the @GrandPalaisRmn. pic.twitter.com/mdUWjhdzLM

Second project carried out in partnership with Alpine, this A110 painted by Felipe Pantone takes on the graphic shapes and signature colors of the artist. Blue, white and red are added to the black and white patterns to highlight the French roots of the berlinetta. The car will be manufactured in four copies, three of which will be reserved for marketing. A demonstration of this Art car took place on the Monaco circuit this weekend with Fernando Alonso at the wheel and Pantone as a passenger.

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