Alfa Romeo unveiled its 4C Spider variant at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, tossing out the headlights found on the coupe for a more traditional pair.
This Italian Automaker got its start in 1910, and is known for building high end sports cars. Alfa Romeo’s were imported into the US from 1961-1995. 2014 should see the return of Alfa Romeo to America with the Alfa Romeo 4C.
Last year, Alfa Romeo launched its 4C sports car at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show and this year the Italian automaker returned with a 4C Spider variant, previewing the future convertible sports car.
Like a dog staring lustily at his master eating a steak dinner we’ve been drooling buckets of slobber, pining for the Alfa Romeo 4C. Upping this car’s sexiness, the Italian Automaker will supposedly reveal a Spyder version of it at next week’s Geneva Motor Show.
After a two-decade absence lusty Italian brand Alfa Romeo is coming back to the United States but not all Fiat dealers will be allowed to sell these exotic sports cars.
Rumor has it that the upcoming Alfa Romeo Spider will receive a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine from Fiat.
Alfa Romeo’s new rear-wheel and all-wheel-drive architecture is rumored to be called Giorgio.
The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is getting its finishing touches and is rumored to bow at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
The reintroduction of the Alfa Romeo brand in the U.S. has been delayed again, this time to 2015, according to Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne.
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This weekend, PlayStation 3 gamers in North America will be enjoying Gran Turismo 6 and to hype up the release, Polyphony Digital has released renderings of even more Vision Gran Turismo concepts that will be heading to the game.
The latest plan to right Alfa Romeo’s sales will call on the same strategy in place with Maserati: premium global expansion.
Fiat dealers were left fuming after an Alfa Romeo executive suggested the forthcoming 4c sports car would be sold through Maserati stores in the U.S., but the fight over who sells what is far from settled.
For the fourth time in nine years, Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne plans to introduce another revival strategy for the Alfa Romeo brand.
It’s no secret that Mazda and Alfa-Romeo are collaborating on a new roadster, and AutoGuide’s spy photographers have managed to snap a few pictures of an engineering mule undergoing rigorous testing.
With half the horsepower of the Porsche Panamera Turbo, the Alfa Romeo 4C can lap the treacherous Nurburgring in roughly the same time, posting a lap time of 8:04.
Alfa Romeo just released new technical details from the 8:04 Nurburgring lap it announced the 4C sports car made late last month.
The return of Alfa Romeo to North America has already been delayed to next year, and the Italian automaker’s success hinges on Sergio Marchionne completing the Chrysler buyout.
Inspired by the compact 4C sports car, Alfa Romeo has unveiled its IFD bicycle with a starting price of 3,500 euros ($4,735).
Alfa Romeo has announced that its 4C sports car has turned in an impressive 8:04 Nurburgring lap time, and it could still go faster.
The return of the Alfa Romeo brand to North America will be delayed until the second quarter of 2014.
Alfa Romeo’s upcoming lightweight sports car will cost $54,000, pricing it $1,400 above a Porsche Cayman excluding delivery charges.
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.
Alfa Romeo is in the midst of relaunching its brand worldwide, but its future model lineup is a little hazy.
Alfa Romeo has announced that its 4C sports car will be limited globally to 3,500 units a year.