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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Alfa Romeo unveils the 4C concept at the 2011 Geneva auto show.
The Alfa Romeo 4C is beautiful. It gives us butterflies in our stomachs, makes the hairs on our palms stand on end, and does funny things to body parts that shouldn't be mention in polite conversation.
If this pretty mini-supercar ever makes it to production, it will give the Lotus Elise a good run around a track.
Cutting its 8C Competizione model in half, so to speak, Alfa Romeo launches the 4C as a concept in Geneva. Similar to the 8C, the 4C is a lightweight sports car. But the 4C is much smaller, and can achieve similar performance with a lower-displacement engine.
There are hoards of concept cars at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, but none as toe-curlingly gorgeous as the Alfa-Romeo 4C Concept.