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An Alfa Romeo 4C Spider GTA Would Be Delicious


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The Alfa Romeo 4C is a fine-looking automobile both as a coupe and Spider, but for some people 237hp on a mid-engine sports car doesn’t seem like enough power. There are many hot hatches that have more potent engines, which is why many fans believe Alfa should build a more powerful GTA version.

Alfa Romeo Wants to Compete With BMW, “Giulia” Sedan to Bow on June 24


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There was a time when Alfa Romeos were more than good enough to compete with BMWs. The trouble is that this was some decades ago. Still, the Italian automaker wants to return to past glories – soon.

Alfa 4C Spider Flaunts its New Hairdo in Detroit


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Detroit is one of the last places you'd want to pop the roof off your car right now (6F / -14C), but inside the Cobo Center, it's a different story.

Alfa Romeo SUV to be Based on Giulia Saloon Platform, Launch in 2016


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We’ve been here before quite a few times, haven’t we?

Production-Spec Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Goes Officially Topless in Detroit


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The look of the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is no longer a secret. It’s been leaked online prior to its official Detroit motor show debut, but this is our first chance to see it unobstructed by silly oversized watermarks and learn a little more about its specs.

New Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Makes Yet Another Appearance [Updated]


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It might have been designated as a “study”, but from the moment we laid eyes on it, everyone knew that the 4C Spider displayed at the 2014 Geneva Show was the real deal, plus or minus some details.

Alfa Romeo Is Selling Its Cars To Americans, With The Help Of Lots Of Sex


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Alfa Romeo is kicking 2015 off with new cars and, well, a bang. You'd never see this much skin in a Porsche Cayman ad, that's for sure.

New Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Looks the T!ts in Fresh Photos and Video


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If you loved last year's Alfa Romeo 4C Spider study, then you'll be happy to know that the production car remains virtually unchanged some very minor tweaks.

Gotcha: Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Caught Out in the Open During Photo Shoot in Spain


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Last March, at the Geneva Auto Show, Alfa Romeo displayed a concept of the 4C Spider –  the open-top version of its 4C sports car that would launch some time in 2015.

MX-5-Based Alfa Is Now Abarth Roadster, Alfa To Develop Own Spider


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The highly anticipated Alfa Romeo Spider based on the all-new Mazda MX-5 roadster is dead. According to reports, Fiat Group has decided to utilize the new MX-5 roadster platform for a new range-topping Abarth roadster instead.

Alfa Romeo 4C vs Porsche Cayman S – The Chris Harris Version


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The default choice in the compact premium sports cars segment is the Porsche Cayman S. Some competitors may be better in certain areas but, as a whole, the Cayman is the best all-around package.

Lazzarini Envisions Alfa Romeo 4C Definitiva with Ferrari Twin-Turbo V8


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If you're not pleased about Alfa's move to give their first relatively affordable mid-engine sports car a 4-cylinder engine, then perhaps you should hear what Lazzarini Design has to propose for the 4C.
Place the emphasis on "propose" because this car exists only in the minds of the Italians.

Did Alfa Romeo Sneak in a 4C Quadrifoglio Verde Model at its Paris Show Booth?


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We just received some very interesting shots from Alfa Romeo's Paris Motor Show stand depicting a red 4C Coupe with an additional air inlet made from carbon-fiber on the left fender.

Alfa's 4C Feels Like a Mini Ferrari at Scenic Mulholland Serpentines


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The Alfa Romeo 4C seems to have lost none of its handling poise despite gaining 155 Kg/342 Lbs for the American market. It looks like the perfect car to hit one of your favorite windy roads – Matt Farah’s favorite is the “Snake,” a distinctly twisty part of LA’s Mulholland Drive where he recently took a US-spec 4C for a short drive.

Latest Ignition Episode Says Alfa 4C Was Designed to Make Drivers Happy


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Alfa Romeo has finally returned to the United States and its first product offered is the 4C sports car. We’ve already seen a review of the 4C from the US, and now it’s time to check out another one from Motor Trend’s Ignition series.

Alfa Romeo 4C Reviewed on US Soil on the Road and on the Track


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In spite of gaining the weight of two fully grown adults for US admission, the Alfa Romeo 4C is not faring all that badly Stateside, and all reviews of it that have been posted so far seem to get what it’s about and don’t bash it excessively for the things it doesn’t do right.

Alfa Romeo 4C Crashes Into Hay at Goodwood 2014


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The second day of the Goodwood Festival of Speed featured many highlights. Gorgeous vehicles including LaFerrari, the 918 Spyder, and the Pagani Huayra all made appearances and drove around Lord March’s Estate. The Alfa Romeo 4C was also an anticipated attendant.

Alfa Romeo U.S. Dealerships Say Deposits for the 4C Are Flowing In


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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles may have announced the initial 86 Alfa Romeo dealerships in North America only a week ago, but deposits are already pouring in for the Alfa Romeo 4C, the Italian brand’s first vehicle sold in the U.S. since 1995. At least that is what the owners of these stores say.

Two US Takes on the Alfa Romeo 4C; One Very Short, One Long


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The reentry of Alfa Romeo into the US market should be cause for enthusiasts to rejoice and bend over backwards trying to get their hands on the only model currently available, the 4C. However, as some reviews of the car from Europe have suggested, it’s far from perfect and, in its current state, not really worth the same money as a Porsche Cayman.

2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Shows its U.S.-Spec Body in Official Video


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Following the massive photo gallery released during the weekend, Alfa Romeo has uploaded the first video of the U.S.-spec 2015 4C sports car. Featuring running footage on twisty B-roads and static shots in the city, the video confirms once again that Alfa Romeo has nailed it with the 4C’s mini-supercar looks.