ALPINE RENAULT 106
Making the clumsy Renault 4 CV a true Grand Touring, à la française; this is the original idea of Jean Rédélé, originally from Normandy, young graduate from HEC and a very skilled pilot. Following the first special Renault, a coach born in 1952; will succeed an A 106 Coupé, a smart and harmonious cocktail made of a 4 CV platform and mechanic, dressed by the Chappe brothers in a plastic laminate body. And the Alpine was born.
ALPINE RENAULT 1600S
The escalation continues. The engine of the Renault 16 TS that was fitted to the Alpine 1600, had a capacity of 92, then 138 horses. In the 1969 Salon appears the 1600 S. The Renault 16 TS has been further improved. A reworked distribution provides it with 138 hp.
RENAULT ALPINE A 110 GT 4
The GT 4 presents itself like a GT 2 + 2, yet roomier thanks to a wheelbase increased by 10 cm, reaching 227 cm. Born as the version 956 cm3, this Coupé will monitor the evolution of the house engines. The GT 4 was also called A 110 L (for long!).