The above video, posted to Alpine’s social feeds, shows an acceleration run with many exciting angles and sounds cut in. We can hear the exhaust, which sounds pretty mild, thanks to European gas particulate filters. Still, we’re here for the numbers, as that’s why people buy track cars in the first place.
The digital gauge cluster on the A110R shows it hitting 100 kph (62 mph) in 3.9 seconds. That’s faster than Porsche’s claimed times for the 4.0-liter Cayman GTS, which hits 60 in 4.3 seconds with PDK and 3.8 with a manual.
So, the PDK car is slightly faster off the line, but keep in mind a tenth is basically zero difference. Times fluctuate in the real world.