Alpine 1300

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Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100 km/h

The A110 was renowned for its accomplishments in the early 1970s as a victorious rally car. After having great success with its iron-cast R8 Gordini engine on various rallies in France, the car was then equipped with the aluminum-block Renault 16 TS motor. This engine had two dual-chamber weber 45 carburetors and generated 125 hp (93 kW) DIN at 6,000 rpm, providing the 1600s model with a maximum speed of 210 km/h (130 mph). The longer wheelbase 2+2 Alpine GT4, initially thought to be an edition of the A108, was upgraded using A110 engines and parts, now being advertised as the «A110 GT4».

Unveiled two years after its predecessor, the A310, the Alpine A110 1600 SX was the most advanced version of the berlinette and only 387 units were manufactured between 1976 and 1977.

The car gained global prestige in the 1970–1972 seasons, when it took part in the freshly established international championship for manufacturers. It garnered a number of victories in Europe, and was regarded as one of the most powerful rally cars at the time. One of its outstanding achievements was Ove Andersson’s victory at the 1971 Monte Carlo Rally. Read more

Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100 km/h
от 38500 USD

Average price at auction of an Alpine 1300

Generations Alpine 1300

  -  is being produced now
Name, years of manufacture, type body
Fuel consumption
Acceleration to 100
Auction price
1st generation
1st generation
1970 - 1975Coupe
100 - 500 USD

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