1973 Alpine A110 1600 Group 4

The A110 was very popular and successful during the early 1970s rally races where it won many of the races entered. Fine handling combined with a powerful engine made the A110, and specifically the 1600 S Group 4, a serious competitor.

The Alpine A110 was powered by a variety of Renault engines that ranged in size and horsepower output. Many of the mechanical components came from Renault.

Some of world famous rallies in which the A110 claimed victory are the Rally Monte Carlo and the 1973 Monte Carlo Rally, which made Alpine the first World Rally Champion.

This is Alpine’s most iconic car and is in excellent competition form.

Notable drivers

Jean-Pierre Nicolas 

Bernard Darniche 

Jean-Luc Thérier 

Jean-Claude Andruet  (Guest Driver)

Specs

  • Brakes Disc
  • Chassis Fiberglass
  • Constructor Alpine
  • Displacement 1565 cc | 97.4 cu in. |1.6 L
  • Drive Type RWD
  • Engine Configuration Renault Inline-4
  • Engine Location Rear, longitudinally mounted
  • Front Suspension Wishbones with coil springs
  • Power 155 bhp / 116 KW @ 7,000 rpm
  • Production 1971 - 1973
  • Rear Suspension Renault Swing Axles
  • Transmission 5-speed manual
  • Weight 685 kg
  • Wheel Base 2270 mm