The head-turning Alfa Romeo 4C wraps accessible and thrilling sport compact performance in the gorgeous style and exotic materials of a supercar, but it's no daily driver.
Alfa Romeo was in times past a beacon of Italian design, performance and passion. Of late though it's been better known for a lineup of attractive but unremarkable hatchbacks. The 4C looks to turn the tide.
Alfa Romeo is back in the US, and Brian Cooley explains how its 4C sets the table for models yet to come.
Alfa comes back strong; just make sure you pack light.
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This Italian exotic is a vehicle of extremes: extremely impractical, but also immensely gorgeous and satisfying to drive.
Alfa Romeo bets on its tiny 4C premium sports car as the vehicle to enable its return to U.S. roads.
Alfa Romeo shows the much-admired and race-inspired 4C in production form at the 2013 Geneva auto show. Shame about those headlights, though.
Alfa Romeo announced it would begin production of its 4C sports car this year, and will make it available in the U.S.
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