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Shots released by Alfa show its new 4C sports car being built
Darren Moss
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13 June 2013

Alfa Romeo has released a series of photographs showing the manufacturing process behind its new  4C sports car.

The car, which is being built at Maserati's Modena plant in dedicated workshops, is shown going through every stage of its construction - from the first components going together to the final assembly of the bodywork.

Alfa Romeo says that within its production process it has combined the best technical and manufacturing expertise of both the Alfa Romeo and Maserati brands to build the 4C.

As already revealed, the Launch Edition model of the 4C will cost £52,000. It adds carbonfibre trim, white or red paint, bespoke badging and other extras over the standard car.

Only 400 of the Launch Edition model will be made available across Europe, Africa and the Middle East, while a further 600 will be supplied to America and the rest of the world.

Pricing for the standard 4C has not been revealed, but is expected to be less than £50,000.

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antwan 15 June 2013

Good looking

I think it looks very elegant and will be great fun to drive. That said, you better check there is nothing around the corner if it really is 2M wide...

Driving 14 June 2013

buying carbon

at first the price was an hair raiser but now, judging by the amount of carbon fiber, it should be worth it. with its light weight and small engine, i suspect, for the performance, it would return good fuel consumption. double clutch? i prefer the concept cars head lights, production car version looks like a rash

Smilerforce 14 June 2013

I suppose this is to dispel

I suppose this is to dispel myths of alfaitus quality issues!  Still i look forward to the day that alfa can get a near flawless review across the industry with a car.  Not too sure whether this will be it.  

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