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Alpine x Ravage automobile: Bringing Back Group 4

In the 70s and 80s, the world of rallying was a relatively free playground that gave rise to the creation of categories that have now disappeared because considered too extreme. In an era that has the annoying tendency to smooth out a lot of things, retro nostalgic people try to find this flavor by creating derivatives from current models, taking up the visual codes of the targeted era. After the madness of the 911 Safari, it’s the turn of the little French car, the Alpine 110, which predecessor existed in a version called “group 4”. The Ravage model has been equipped with a specific exhaust system and mud flaps, and its wings are inflated and raised. With its yellow lights, as only “Boomers” can testify, it immediately evokes the savagery of a category where the race for power reigned supreme.

Alpine x Ravage automobile: Bringing Back Group 4

In the 70s and 80s, the world of rallying was a relatively free playground that gave rise to the creation of categories that have now disappeared because considered too extreme. In an era that has the annoying tendency to smooth out a lot of things, retro nostalgic people try to find this flavor by creating derivatives from current models, taking up the visual codes of the targeted era. After the madness of the 911 Safari, it’s the turn of the little French car, the Alpine 110, which predecessor existed in a version called “group 4”. The Ravage model has been equipped with a specific exhaust system and mud flaps, and its wings are inflated and raised. With its yellow lights, as only “Boomers” can testify, it immediately evokes the savagery of a category where the race for power reigned supreme.