The Alpine A110, also known as the "Berlinette", was a sports car produced by the French manufacturer Alpine from 1961 to 1977. The Alpine A110 was introduced as an evolution of the A108. The A110 was powered by various Renault engines. During its lifetime, the A110 participated lots of motorsport events, in which the A110 was proved superior compared to its rivals. The A110, however, among all the genres, is most powerful in rallying, that the success of the A110 in rally competitions made Renault give full competition budgets to Alpine before Alpine and Gordini were merged and made Renault Sport.
The A110 is very well known for being the first car to win the WRC, with a massive 128 points, about 50pts above the second place. However, the power of the outdated A110 started to fade right after 1971, further made dangerous with the release of the Lancia Stratos, a professional factory rally car. In 1974, the Stratos was finally homologated, making Renault give up in rallying, until the release of the Renault 5 Turbo, racing in Group B rallying.
The Renault A110 Alpine appears as a Turf 1 car added in the Asphalt Overdrive Joyride Update and costs $80,000 to purchase with a 1-second bonus at every checkpoint gate.
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