Renault Alpine A310 – a sports car produced by the French automaker Renault in the years 1971-1985. Created about 12,000 copies. Available as a 2-door coupe. Successor to the Alpine A110. Used to drive two motors, R4 1,6 l and 2,7 l V6 PRV was transferred power to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox. The car was replaced by the model Alpine GTA.
When in 1974 introduced its legendary Lancia Stratos model, it became clear that the Alpine A110 will not be able to compete with him so the company decided to build a bigger, more powerful model that could face strong competition – Alpine A310. The design of the car was similar to its predecessor – the central steel tubular frame and body made of fiberglass. Initially, the car was driven used in the A110 carbureted four-cylinder Gordini engine engine with 125hp. This drive proved to be insufficient and in 1976 in a car mounted V-six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 2.7 lio 150hp. It was traditionally for the brand, mounted at the rear of the vehicle and cooperated with the manual gearbox with five ratios. The car can reach a speed of 225km/h and ran superbly. After the engine rozwiercono 2.9 l capacity and its power increased to 193 HP. Alpine A310 remained in production to the top of… early 1985.