2017 Renault Alpine GTA and the subsequent 2017 Renault Alpine A610, is a sports coupe car manufactured by Renault-owned French manufacturer undergo Alpine between late 1984 and 1995. The 2017 Renault Alpine has a substantial facelift in 1991, which also changed the name to A610.
The first model introduced was the naturally aspirated V6 GT, which entered production in November 1984, although press photos showed released the car was the first time in September 1984 on the 1985 Amsterdam RAI, immediately after which it also be for sale. Europe Cup model appeared in July 1985; This limited edition model is aimed at to win single-make races and 69 cars were built (54 in 1985 and 15 more in 1987). In September 1985, the turbo model, which increased the power of the PRV unit to 200 PS (147 kW). At the 1986 Birmingham Show offered the right drive version and UK sales, such as the Renault GTA began.
2017 Renault Alpine A610
The new 2017 Renault Alpine is a coupe car manufactured by Renault-owned French manufacturer Alpine. Renault Alpine was launched in 1991 Due to a limited budget at the beginning of the project, its appearance is not much different from the GTA, and it looks very similar to the US GTA with its pop-up headlights (this is believed to be due the Alps, when from pop- strongly resembled middle 80s versions of the Ford Sierra, but the real reason for it and be the batteries in the front was the weight better balance between the front and the back). Nevertheless, it is a completely different car, only share the screen with the CTA. The basic concepts of all Alpine cars there (rear car, and the steel backbone chassis for all Alpines since the A110). The car is just branded as an Alpine as Alpine and Renault with a link (even if Alpine Renault then Renault Alpine) equal to affect the sporty image of the brand Alpine. The PRV engine remained, but it was increased to 3 liters, it enabled delivers 250 PS (184 kW; 247 hp and 350 N·m (260 lb·ft) of torque.
The Alpine A610 Albertville 92 was presented in 1991 for the Olympics. Two samples and other Renault cars were used to VIPs drive before it is sold as an opportunity. They have a specific color (Gardenia White) and interior but using the same engine and the same technical specifications.The A610 Magny Cours was designed for the Williams-Renault Formula One victory in French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours in July, 1991, 31 cars are built with specific color and interior.
The 2017 Renault Alpine does not lead to an improvement in sales over the commercially disappointing GTA and the car was discontinued in 1995, despite praise from the automotive press, and approval of the British car show Top Gear. The 2017 Renault Alpine is the last car so far out the name Alpine, after production of the A610 ended, the Alpine factory in Dieppe produced the Renault Spider.