3. Alfa Romeo 4C
Just like the McLaren, this isn’t a world debut. Heck, it’s a year-and-a-month-old debut counting by when Alfa first showed the 4C in Geneva. But the 4C’s arrival is arguably one of the most significant events planned for the show because it marks the brand’s long-awaited return to North America.
It’s also worth considering the fact that its 1.75-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, carbon fiber monocoque chassis and supercar performance are all available at (presumably) sub-supercar prices. One thing is for sure, it won’t be nearly as expensive as the McLaren 650S. Normal people might stand a chance at owning one, and that’s worth big brownie points at this publication.