Alpine is celebrating the centennial of its founder’s birth. Jean Rédélé was a race car driver, a pilot, and, of course, the founder of the car manufacturer Alpine.

It was born on May 17, 1922, and to mark this moment, Alpine has decided to come up with a special edition of the A110. It is called the Alpine A110 GT J. Rédélé and features some special tweaks.

For starters, the car is painted in Montebello Grey, a color that Jean Rédélé was particularly fond of, and it also uses a high-gloss roof and some special 18 inch wheels.

The car is equipped with the Grand Touring package, and it will be limited to 100 units. Each car will have a numbered plate that has Rédélé’s signature.

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The car is priced at 83,000 euros.