Powered by Renault-built engines, the Alpine A110 was introduced as a successor to A108. The car reached international fame during the 1970–1972 seasons when it participated in the newly created International Championship for Manufacturers. It won several events in International Championship for Manufacturers around Europe and being considered one of the strongest rally cars of its time.

With Alpine being bought-out by Renault, and the International Championship was replaced by the World Rally Championship for 1973, at which time Renault elected to compete with the A110. With a team featuring Bernard Darniche, Jean-Pierre Nicolas and Jean-Luc Thérier as permanent drivers and "guest stars" like Jean-Claude Andruet the A110 won most races where the works team was entered, making Alpine the first World Rally Champion. Later competition-spec A110s received engines of up to 1.8 litres.

DiRT 3 Edit

Icon RenaultAlpine A110 1600 S
Renault alpine a110 1600 s
GameDiRT 3
Discipline60's Rally
Power155 bhp
Weight680 kg

The Renault Alpine A1100 1600 S is a 60's-class Rally car in DiRT 3.

Liveries Edit

  • Comas Historic Racing
  • Kicker Racing
  • Flip Off Road
  • Oakley Racing

DiRT Rally Edit

Icon RenaultAlpine A110
DiRT Rally Renault Alpine A110
GameDiRT Rally
Discipline1960s Rally
Power135 bhp @ 6999 rpm
Transmission5 Speed
Weight605 kg
EngineRear / Straight 4

The Renault Alpine A110 is a 1960s Rally car in DiRT Rally, added to the game with the v1.1 update.

Liveries Edit

  • Simpson
  • MOOG
  • OMEX
  • Barracuda
  • #28
  • #14
  • #43

DiRT 4Edit

Icon RenaultAlpine A110 1600 S
DiRT 4 Renault Alpine A110 1600 S
GameDiRT 4
DisciplineH2 (RWD)
Power162 bhp
Transmission5 Speed - Manual
Weight680 kg
Engine1596 cc / Straight 4

The Renault Alpine A110 1600 S is an H2 (RWD) Historic Rally car in DiRT 4.

Liveries Edit

  • K&N #44
  • #9

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