The 28 students in the Masters in Transportation Design program at the Istituto Europeo di Design Turin worked with Alpine to create the hydrogen-fueled A4810 supercar concept. The goal of the project is to create a machine for the year 2035 that has next-generation technologies while remaining 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 rear portion of the body has flying buttresses connecting the main portion of the body to the fenders. When viewed from the top, the tail has a W-shape. There are vertical taillights on each edge and dual exhaust outlets in the center.
The students also rendered a futuristic cabin for the A4810. The steering wheel juts out far from the dashboard. Digital displays on each side of the wheel show what’s happening behind the vehicle. Red accents decorate the cabin. The sporty seats are split into multiple sections
The “4810” in the concept’s name is a reference to the height of the Mont Blanc mountain that’s part of the Alps. The students imagine that the supercar measures 16.7 feet (5,091 millimeters) long, 6.59 feet (2,010 millimeters wide, and 3.46 feet tall (1,055 millimeters) tall.
While the intention is for the A4810 to be hydrogen-powered, there are no powertrain details. Instead, the focus is on the design.