Renault Alpine A610 – a sports car produced by the French automaker Renault in 1991-1995. Available as a 2-door coupe. Successor to the Alpine GTA. Used to drive the PRV V6 turbo engine with a capacity of three liters. Power was transferred to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox. For four years, the production created 732 copies of the Alpine A610.
Launched in 1991, the model A610 externally much like its predecessor, differing from it mainly retractable headlights. Although the design concept maintains firm, charged with a number of changes. Enlarged to 3 liters V6 engine developed 250 hp. The car reached a top speed of 265km/h and gave the up to "hundreds" in about 6 s Despite favorable prices, the sale of the car did not obtain satisfactory results and its production ended in 1995, and the company Alpine took the production body panels for some Renault models.