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80s face-off: Renault 5 Turbo RWD vs Alpine A310

Dieppe-primarily based Alpine mounted itself with the A110, prevailing the 1973 Monte Carlo Rally and the World Championship. But with the aid of the past due '70s competitors, just like the Lancia Stratos, stuck up. Renault needed to act rapid and determined to compete with a brand new car in the Group four (later Group B), the five Turbo.

The little mid-engined, rear-wheel pressure beast proved to be a worthy successor, as in 1978, pushed via rally legend Jean Ragnotti, also gained the Monte Carlo Rally.

At that time, the maximum coveted road-going Renault become the Alpine A310. Two years later this changed, as the coupe's supremacy became challenged through the production model of the 5 Turbo, in what became out to be one of the '80s biggest face-offs.

Initially, the A310 became powered via a 125 hp 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, presenting 2 twin barrel Weber carburetors. In 1976, except being restyled, the French coupe became geared up with the two.7-liter V6 engine, at the same time advanced by using Renault, Peugeot and Volvo. Power rose to 150 hp, sufficient to push the A310 to a pinnacle velocity of 220 km/h (137 mph).

When it released in 1980, the five Turbo took another direction whilst seeking to deliver pinnacle-notch performances. Relying on its good sized F1 experience, Renault gave it a 1.Four-liter turbocharged engine, developing one hundred sixty hp. And in contrast to the standard five that had a the front-hooked up engine, the Turbo model featured a mid-engine format.

The two motors have been very exclusive in terms of layout, but both featured the same technical setup: mid-to-rear mounted engine and rear-wheel power. This made the face-off very thrilling, as overall performance-orientated shoppers, able to ignoring the rate difference, needed to make a difficult choice: displacement or pressure induction.

The selection was made even extra complex by means of the reality that the five Turbo became similarly speedy, accomplishing a top velocity in excess of 200 km/h (124 mph).

Check out the gallery beneath to look greater photographs of the 2 automobiles and take into account to percentage your preference with us, in the feedback segment.

By Csaba Daradics

Lead image source: Idei , Videos: Youtube

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