Alpine A110 review

Category: Sports car

Section: Passenger & boot space

Available fuel types:petrol
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RRP from£47,810

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Don’t be fooled by the A110’s diminutive dimensions; even if you're well over six feet tall you'll fit without feeling hemmed in. That's because the seat is mounted low and there are humps in the roof to aid head room, plus the front seats slide back a long way.

Storage space is a weak point, though. There are no door bins or a glovebox, but there is a large tray between the seats that can easily hold a large smartphone, a wallet and a few other odds and sods. It’s here that you’ll also find USB sockets for charging and connecting your devices. Below the heater controls is a slot that’s the perfect for the car’s card-shaped key fob, but the solitary cupholder is so shallow that your drink will probably fall out of it the first time you turn the steering wheel.

Being mid-engined, the A110 has not one but two boots, each of which are about the same size. Don’t get too excited, though; the front boot is very shallow and can only take one carry-on suitcase. The rear one is hampered by a tiny opening but is big enough for a squishy overnight bag, if you don’t mind squeezing it in. You’ll certainly need to leave your golf clubs at home – or make your passenger walk.