The Alfa Romeo 8C Spider isn’t as sensuous as the 8C Competizione, but it’s extremely rare as production was limited to 500 units.
Used models occasionally pop up for sale, but FCA Heritage is offering a brand new 8C Spider from 2010. The company didn’t say much about the car, but confirmed it has “never left the factory” and only has a “few kilometers” on the odometer.
That’s pretty impressive by itself, but the car has also been “suitably restored” by FCA Heritage and is now up for sale through its Reloaded by Creators program. The company didn’t mention pricing, but noted the model has a 4.7-liter V8 engine that produces 444 hp (331 kW / 450 PS) and 347 lb-ft (470 Nm) of torque. It is paired to a robotized six-speed transmission which enables the car to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in approximately 4.6 seconds before hitting a top speed of 183 mph (295 km/h).
If you’re not a fan of the roadsters, you’re in luck as FCA Heritage is also offering an 8C Competizione. This particular model was built in 2007 and has never left the company’s hands. It features the same powertrain as the 8C Spider and it too appears to have been given a light restoration.
Pricing for the coupe also remains unclear, but both models are likely worth a small fortune given their rarity, low mileage and ownership by FCA. Regardless of how much they cost, the 8C Competizione originally stickered for $265,000 while the 8C Spider began at $299,000.