The Alfa Romeo 4C and 4C Spider models are getting more personalization options for the 2016 model year.
For starters, the Italian automaker is highlighting the models’ carbon fiber monocoque chassis with an all-new carbon fiber halo that further elevates the 4C’s technical appearance. Shoppers can also opt for a new Carbon Fiber Trim Package that outfits the sports car with carbon fiber material on the instrument panel, shift bezels, instrument cluster surround and vent surrounds. Those that want a more bespoke appearance can go for the premium leather interior with Tobacco and black sport seats matched with a black leather interior detailed with Tobacco accent stitching.
The Alpine premium audio system that was first introduced on the 4C Spider is now standard on the 4C Coupe, providing access to HD radio and SiriusXM radio. Premium speakers are now also standard on both models for 2016.
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Also now standard on the 4C Coupe are lockable storage and leather storage compartments as well as an uplevel alarm system.
Hardcore enthusiasts that somehow found the 4C to not be loud enough can get themselves an Akrapovic dual-mode titanium exhaust system that features carbon fiber bezels that surround the center-mounted dual exhaust tips.
Powered by a 1,750-cc turbocharged engine, the Alfa Romeo 4C and 4C Spider delivers 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque in a lightweight package.
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