2013 Alfa Romeo 4C

The 2013 Alfa Romeo 4C is a breathtaking sports car that's expected to make its debut entry into the motor market at the 83rd International Motor Show to be held in Geneva.

If you're looking for a car that is built for fun and ready to stun your friends, with its well-thought design and finish, the Alfa Romeo 4C is your best bet to achieve just that.
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Specifications

General Info
Vehicle Type: Coupe Base Price: NA
Dimensions
Length: 157 in. (398.9 cm) Wheel Base: 93.7 in. (238 cm)
Height: 46.5 in. (118.3 cm) Width: 82.2 in. (209 cm)
Curb Weight: 1973 lbs (895 kg) Maximum Seating: 2 people
Performance
Engine: Turbo Inline-4 Cylinder Displacement: 1750 cc
Horsepower: 240 HP Max RPM: 6000
Torque: 259 lb-ft @ 1700 rpm Transmission: Alfa TCT- Automatic
0-60 mph: 4.5 seconds Maximum Speed: 155 mph (250 km/h)

Engine

The 4C boasts of a turbo charged 1.8 liter 4 cylinder all aluminum petrol mid engine with superb power to weight ratio of 1 horse-power for every 8.8 pounds. Producing a hefty 240 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, this Alfa is certain to get you around with enough to spare.
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Performance

The Alfa 4C is designed with maximum power transmission and features an attractive interior made of carbon fiber. Not only is the interior wonderfully designed but also is made up of essential convenience features, among them: Alfa TCT twin clutch auto-transmission and DNA selector (with a special mode for racing).

Its simple layout instantly accentuates a sense of agility (on the car's part) and anyone seeking to explore new speed levels will ultimately find it a lifetime deal.

Exterior

The 4C's exterior design is as remarkable as its interior. In particular, your attention is drawn to its chassis carbon fiber chassis 'clothing'- which is almost similar to that of the 33-Stradale model.

The Alfa Romeo 4C draws its inspiration from the company's mantra, "Projecting the true values of modern technology and emotions into the future." The acronym 4C has a long history behind it starting in the early thirties.

To this end, the new Alfa model utilizes materials technologies and ideas obtained from past sports cars (including the renowned Alfa 8C). There is no doubt, 2013 Alfa Romeo 4C has evolved and is bound to introduce a new chapter to the history of motoring.
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