Renault has released the first details of its Alpine A110-50 Concept car, which was officially revealed last week.
After the Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept has been presented a few days ago, the French based automaker thought that this would be a pretty good moment to announce details about the new vehicle. According to the car manufacturer, the Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept is powered by the company’s 3.5 liter V6 engine, which is developing a total output of 400 horsepower and it has a peak torque of 311 lb-ft. The vehicle’s engine is mated to a six-speed sequential transmission, with a twin-plate clutch, which can be controlled from the clutch pedal or from a paddle on the steering wheel.
The Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept is also using carbon air intakes from the Megane Trophy V6 and the inlet manifold is being fed by the roof scoop, which, according to the automaker, it broadens the engine’s power band. The Renault A110-50 Concept has a total weight of just 880 kg and the model is sitting on 21-inch wheels, which are covering the 356 mm discs in the front and 330 mm discs at the rear. The vehicle has been developed in order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the A110 and don’t look surprised if this would be a first step into reviving the Alpine brand.