Alpine A310 Pack GT
The Alpine A310 was the last Alpine designed under the direction of Jean Rédélé, founder of the brand. The goal was to offer a quieter variant of the Berlinette that could be used everyday while keeping to the essence of Grand Tourism. A monumental task, in reality, to follow in the footsteps of the Berlinette, but with its atypical profile and characteristic canopy, the A310 quickly became emblematic of the end of the seventies. In 1982, it offered a GT pack with widened wings, a spoiler and rear wing. The aluminum wheels grew to 15 inches, and its 6-cylinder engine gave the car first-class performances on the road.