Renault Alpine A Concept 110-50 (2012)

  
CARBARN | Renault Alpine A Concept 110-50 (2012) | Produced by the renowned expertise of Renault Sport Technologies, the Renault Alpine A110-50 is mixed with the world of motorsport. The roll cage and sparkling wines have been changed in the engine compartment (decrease) in the workshop of Tork technique to adjust the height of the vehicle, which is lower than that of the Mégane Trophy. The digital design work has been carried out by Renault Design, Koller and Etud full, while the final assembly was carried out by Proto style. The efficiency of the Alpine Renault A110-50 concept car is produced mainly by ground effect. This technique has been used by Renault Sport Technologies primarily to optimize the aerodynamics and to study the behavior of the Megane Trophy as a function of air flow. The pitch of the Alpine Renault A110-50 is identical to the Mégane Trophy (2,625 mm), while the track is slightly wider than 1680 mm, 1690 mm front and rear.


 

Developed on the same technical platform Mégane Trophy, the Alpine Renault A110-50 concept car also features the same technical major. V4Y works Renault engine block, a 3.5-liter V6 24-valve 400hp mid-tail. The basis (semi-moist), the moving parts (pistons, connecting rods, crankshaft), the valve train (camshaft and valve springs) and exhaust system specifically for the version series models. It also uses the Alpine Renault A110-50 carbon from the air supply for the Megane Trophy V6 used.



This development extends the power range of the engine with extra power in all speed ranges. Supplied by Magneti-Marelli, Marvell 6R includes functions for the electronic engine management, transmission control and data acquisition.
 


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