The Alfa Romeo, re-introduced to the North American market, has been a long awaited return by all enthusiasts of the brand. The very limited 8c model started this process in the 2007 model year for a very low production run. In the 2015 model year, Alfa came back again with the introduction of the 4C model. Styling was influenced by the amazing 1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, which is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful automobiles ever made.
This Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, wearing Rosso Competizione Tri-color paint, is a study in lightness. Construction began with a full carbon fiber tub chassis by Adler Plastics and then the car is largely hand-built in the Maserati Factory in Modena Italy. Each material and the inclusion or exclusion of functions was determined based on the impact of weight. This 237 horsepower car has a total curb weight of a mere 2,487 pounds, giving it a very trackable and impressive power-to-weight ratio.
An Alfa Romeo 4C holds the Nurburgring Lap Record for production cars with less than 247 horsepower.
This car was specified with the optional Track Package which includes a race-tuned suspension, a leather-trimmed interior and a Sport Exhaust (muffler delete) system. This 4C Spider is enjoyed as frequently as possible, sharing time on local roads, road trips across Canada and the U.S. and on local racetracks.