1976→1984 Renault Alpine Group B

The striking Alpine A310 succeeded the legendary A110, updating the high-performance rear-engined coupe concept with pretty, sharp-edged styling, the addition of rear seats and more civility. Early cars had 1.6 litre fours, the A319 later gaining the 2.7 litre PRV V6.
In this form it was developed as a Groupe B rally car, in 1977 winning the French Rally championship against far more powerful opposition

In Detail

type Series Production Car
production years 1976 – 1984
built at Dieppe, France
predecessor 1963 Alpine A110
successor 1991 renault alpine A610
engine R 30 TS V6
position Rear, Longitudinal
aspiration Natural
fuel feed 1 Solex 34 TBIA, 1Solex 35 CEEI Carburettor
displacement 2664 cc / 162.57 in³
body / frame Fiberglass body over Tubular Steel Chassis
driven wheels RWD
transmission 4 or 5-Speed Manual
fuel capacity 62 litres or 16.37 gal.