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Renault Alpine A610

Year 1991 - 1995
Engine 6 cylinder 2975 cc
Transmission -
Max speed 160 mph
0-60 mph 5.4 seconds
Horsepower 250 hp @ 5750 rpm
weight 1420 kg

The Alpine A610 launched in 1991 was basically an extensive revision of the Alpine GTA V6. Many minor changes were made to the exterior, most notably the replacement of the original large headlights with more up to date pop-up headlights. The rear-mounted PRV engine remained, but it was enlarged to 3 litres and equipped with a Garrett turbocharger which enabled it to produce a respectable 250 hp.
The cosmetic and engineering improvements made to the Alpine A610 did not however result in an improvement in sales and the car was discontinued in 1995, despite great reviews from many motoring journalists. The Alpine A610 was to be the last car to carry the Alpine name, after production of the A610 ceased, the Alpine factory in Dieppe began producing the Renault Sport Spider.

During its short career, the A610 underwent few changes.
- 1993: Engine cc rises from 2975 to 2963
- 1994: New wheels with a more modern design

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