The hydrogen-fueled A4810 supercar concept was created by 28 students from the Istituto Europeo di Design Turin’s Masters in Transportation Design programme in collaboration with Alpine. The project’s purpose is to design a machine for the year 2035 that incorporates cutting-edge technologies while keeping true to the Alpine brand.
The A4810 is a low-slung machine with lots of organic curves in its design. The headlights incorporate into the tip of the nose but are invisible when not illuminated. The fenders rise above the rest of the nose, and the passenger compartment dominates the center of the vehicle.
The main component of the body is connected to the fenders by flying buttresses on the backside. The tail bears a W-shape when viewed from above. Each edge has vertical taillights, while the middle has dual exhaust outlets.
In addition, the students created a futuristic cabin for the A4810. The steering wheel protrudes from the dashboard quite a little. On each side of the steering wheel, digital displays indicate what’s going on behind the vehicle. The cabin is decorated with red accents. The sporty chairs are divided into a number of sections.
The number “4810” in the concept’s name refers to the elevation of the Alps’ Mont Blanc mountain. The supercar, according to the pupils, is 16.7 feet long (5,091 millimetres), 6.59 feet broad (2,010 millimetres), and 3.46 feet tall (1,055 millimetres) tall.
While the A4810 is expected to be hydrogen-powered, no information on the engine have been revealed. Instead, the emphasis is on the aesthetics.
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Each student had their own vision for how the car should look at the outset of the project. Alpine then chose two designs and requested that the final design incorporate both of them.
“Alpine’s contribution was one of passion, energy, and continual presence, and it represents yet another step forward in international partnership. Additionally, students had the opportunity to collaborate with Antony Villain, Alpine Design Director; Raphael Linari, Alpine Chief Designer; and a number of IED alumni, whom we were delighted to meet again “Paola Zini, Director of the IED Turin, commented
The GT X-Over EV, which will be available by 2025, will add to Alpine’s lineup. It is based on the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance’s CMF-EV platform, which also underpins the Nissan Ariya. The A110 will also be available in an electric form and as a hatchback.
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