The Alpine A310 is a sports car designed by Trevor Fiore built by French manufacturer Alpine, from 1971 to 1984. Dieppe-based Alpine, once an independent company specialising in faster Renaults, later a Renault subsidiary, established a fine competition history with the Alpine A110 winning the 1973 Monte Carlo Rally and World Rally Championship. The successor was the Alpine A310, initially powered by tuned 17TS/Gordini four-cylinder engine, still rear-mounted.
The first model of the A310, built 1971-1976, was a car with a four-cylinder engine and six frontlights. The maximum power reaching 127 PS (93 kW; 125 hp). In 1976 the A310 was restyled by Robert Opron and fitted with the more powerful and newly developed 90-degree 2,664 cc V6 PRV engine which was capable of 220 km/h (137 mph) and acceptable acceleration. In the later Models (1983-1984) of the A310 a "GTPack" which was inspired from the Group4 A310 racing cars would be developed, it gained wheel arches, larger spoilers front and rear. (wikipedia)
Models from 1971-73
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