Alpine Renault A110
More information about the model Alpine Renault A110
The Alpine A110 was one of the iconic cars of the 1960s - a racing model that captured the imagination of racing drivers and car lovers alike, allowing novices to drive a rally vehicle out on the road. It was a dream that became a reality, expanding the possibilities and making every outing a potential rally experience.
This iconic car was the brainchild of Jean Rédélé, a driver and designer for the Alpine brand, who successfully combined a lightweight, performance and an even, clean silhouette. Alpine took on board its customers' comments and applied continual tweaks: modifying the headlights, widening the wings to allow larger wheel rims to be fitted, improving the air sealing. They knew that drivers do not seek comfort, space or silence alone. Inside the cabin, the driver could feel the hum of the car as it pulsed at his fingertips.
The car’s sleek silhouette hid its remarkable inner workings: with a roaring engine able to exceed 200 km/h and incredible road-holding on all surfaces (tarmac, mud, snow), it taught and made its mark on generations of drivers. Its numerous victories gave Alpine Renault the title of World Rally Champion in 1973.