While the new Alfa Romeo Giulia is off to a rough start with quality issues, the performance seems to be more than praiseworthy when operational. That’s better news with new rumors that the current 4C roadster may be replaced with a Giulia-based coupe to take on the likes of the BMW M4.
The Alfa Romeo 4C has its “charms.” After only ever seeing one in person a few months ago and being blown away by the fit and finish of the exterior, I went looking for answers. Some of these answers are in this video from the 4C production floor.
Unfortunately, since you don’t live in the 1970s, you can’t buy a Lamborghini Countach, a Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 or a DeTomaso Pantera brand new. But you can buy an Alfa Romeo 4C, which is probably the closest thing to a modern version of those exotics. What do you need to know before you buy an Alfa Romeo 4C? Don’t…
There was a time when buying the drop-top version of a sports car was an implicit indication that you Just Didn’t Get It. You put fashion over function, style over stiffness. The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is one of the few (only?) exceptions. It’s just as rigid as the coupe, weighs only 22 pounds more, and drives exactly…
There are only 1,500 examples of the Alfa Romeo 4C coming to the US. However and Alfa plans on expanding it's U.S offerings in the near future. Now the pressure is on the dealerships to provide a customer experience that rivals other luxury marquees.
Starting at around $60,000, the Alfa Romeo 4C won't be cheap in the US. Than again it's going to be a bargain compared to Alfa's previous adventure, the V8-powered 8C. But after examining the three cars they brought to Geneva, I could see where they plan to save a few Euros.
Geneva's lineup of extravagant cars is exciting to most, but the Porsche-battling Alfa Romeo 4C is of particular interest to North American aficionados. That's because the Italians who have ensconced themselves in Detroit are actually going to be selling the super light coupé in the U.S. by the end of the year.
The production version of Alfa Romeo's compact mid-engined sports car will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. And after that, it's going to America! Alfa left the States in 1995, so I guess you really have to wait 18 years before you can officially enjoy porn.
Famed modern day philosopher Jeremy Clarkson once noted that "You can't be a true petrolhead until you've owned an Alfa Romeo." That's probably true, but it's a bit of a tall order for us Americans, since Alfa Romeos haven't been sold here since the mid 1990s (save for a few 8Cs here and there.)
Everyone's late to the party, reporting today the Alfa Romeo 4C hits U.S. shores in 2012 — like it's new news. Maybe last week! Obviously, this is one car that you know we'll stay on top of. Or behind.
Here it is folks, the compact little brother supercar foretold by the prophecies — the Alfa Romeo 4C Concept. It's like an Alfa Romeo 8C "Mini Me." The good news? It's so sexy that I want to make love to it. The even better news? Alfa Romeo's building it in 2012. Do want. Badly.
The Alfa Romeo 4C GTA concept's bound for Geneva, but our Greek friends seem to think the hopefully 2uettottanta-inspired roadster will debut on Valentines Day. Why? The company asked them to not mention details of the car until then. [AutoBlog.gr]