Renault Alpine A 110-50

Celebrating 50 years of the iconic Alpine, Renault is reviving the badge with this stunning concept car, called the Alpine A110-50.

Based on Renault DeZir concept, the 110 is a pure prototype built with motorsport in mind. Produced with the renowned expertise of Renault Sport Technologies, the Renault Alpine A 110-50 concept car is imbued with the world of motorsport. It benefits from the experience gained from the Mégane Trophy race car by using the same technical platform. It translates the most characteristic design features of the original A 110 in a modern and spectacular way.

The carbon-fibre bodywork features a new shade of blue which refreshes and reinterprets the famous original ‘Alpine Blue’. underneath that there’s a tubular chassis and a busy V6 engine developing 400 hp. It is the real deal.



Type Tubular 25CD4S steel chassis with semi-load bearing engine and gearbox

features Front splitter, diffuser, rear wing

Position Longitudinal, mid-rear
Type Renault V4Y – 6 cylinders – 24 valves – 3,498cc
Bore x stroke 95.5mm x 81.4mm
Injection/ignition Magneti-Marelli Marvell 6R
Maximum power 400hp at 7,200rpm
Maximum torque 422Nm at 6,200rpm
Maximum revs 7,500rpm
Type Rear-wheel drive
Gearbox Six speeds + reverse – sequential
Gear shift Semi-automatic (pedal-operated clutch and paddle)
Differential Limited slip differential
Clutch Cerametallic twin-plate 184mm-diameter clutch
Suspension Double wishbones, adjustable two-way Sachs damper/spring assemblies, front anti-roll bar
Front brakes Ventilated steel discs (Ø 356mm x 32mm) with six-piston AP Racing callipers
Rear brakes Steel discs (Ø 330mm x 32mm) with four-piston AP Racing callipers
Wheels Aluminium alloy – Front: 8 x 21 / Rear: 9.5 x 21
Tyres Michelin 245-35 x 21 (front) and 265-35 x 21 (rear)
Length/width/height 4,330mm / 1,961mm / 1,230mm
Front/rear track 1,680mm / 1,690mm
Fuel tank 30 litres
Kerb weight 880kg


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