Alpine A310 Ph.1 1600
The Alpine A310 first showed its face in Dieppe in 1971, and with the world on its shoulders had to follow in the footsteps of the mythical Alpine A110. As if that wasn't enough, it also had to up its game to reach a new level to be able to rival Porsche and its 911. While everyone awaited the V6, this model was equipped a 4-cylinder 1605cm3 engine, pushing 125 horsepower with a total weight of 930kg. Its design would become symbolic of the era with its 6 front lights protected by a plexiglass cover along with a bubble covering the engine positioned at the back of the car.