The original Alpine A-110 was produced in Mexico under the Dinalpin moniker from 1965-1974 and now a new group has come forward with plans for a successor.

The original Alpine A-110 was produced in Mexico under the Dinalpin moniker from 1965-1974 and now a new group has come forward with plans for a successor.

Dubbed the SST-77, the reimagined Alpine is reportedly being masterminded by Miguel Jimenez who wants a sports car that is lightweight and agile. Little is known about the model but the renderings show three distinct concepts which have sweptback headlights, angular air intakes and circular fog lights.

If everything goes according to plan, the finished product will have a lightweight body that is constructed from fiberglass, Kevlar and, possibly, carbon fiber. It will sit atop a platform that will be created in Sahagun City, Mexico which is the same place where the original Dinalpin was built.

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Mexican group announces the SST-77, envisioned as a modern day Alpine A-110