The Alfa Romeo 4C will be priced from £45,000 in the United Kingdom, the Italian automaker has announced, giving a clue as to what it will cost in the US.
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has expressed that the 4C will be priced competitively based on the market it was sold in. In the UK, the Porsche Cayman is priced at almost just under £40,000 while the Cayman S sits at just under £49,000, putting the 4C directly in the middle. If this holds true for the U.S., when the 4C hits American shores it should be priced directly between the Cayman at $52,600 and the Cayman S at $63,800.
The Alfa Romeo 4C made its official debut earlier this year at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, powered by a 1,750 cc turbocharged, four-cylinder engine with 240 hp. The Italian sports car will be limited to just 3,500 units per year with at least 500 of them heading to North America. Previously it was promised that at least a couple 4C sports cars will be shipped to the U.S. before year’s end. North American pricing is expected to be announced closer to the vehicle’s arrival.
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