The Alpine A310 was the last Alpine designed under the guidance of Jean Rédélé. The objective of the car was to offer a less radical sports car than the Berlinette that could be used in day-to-day life. With its atypical profile, the A310 stands for everything that the Seventies came to represent. In 1982 it was commercialised with a Pack GT including widened wings, a spoiler and rear wing, as well as 15 inch rims. Its engine was a 6-cylinder.