The successor to the GTA, the A610 was produced from 1991 to 1995. The A610 actually shares only the windows with the similar GTA.
Like the Alpines before it, the A610 received a rear-mounted engine and a steel backbone chassis. Unlike the GTA, the car was solely branded as an Alpine. The engine remained was enlarged to 3-litres, producing 247hp and 350 Nm of torque.
The A610 had a number of special editions during its tenure.
The ‘A610 Albertville 92’ was presented in 1991 for the Olympic Games. Two examples were used to drive VIPs. They had a special edition Gardenia White paint and interior, but used the standard engine and technical specifications.
The ‘A610 Magny-Cours’ was created for the Williams-Renault Formula One victory in the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours in July 1991. 31 cars were built, with a dark metallic green special edition colour and interior. They each carry "Magny-Cours" writing on the doors and have body-coloured rims.
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