European carmaker Alfa Romeo revealed a few images of their new model developed for the North American market, the new 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C. The final version will be presented for the first time at the 83rd International Motor Show that will take place in Geneva. The element that provides incredible excellence is the mid-engined rear-wheel drive coupe with two bucket seats. The model is capable of providing maximum driving satisfaction in total safety. For the ones interested in owning one of these units, know that the carmaker will offer it for sale this year. The 4C represents the glorious past of the model, projecting the values of technology into the future. The model uses technologies and materials derived from super sports cars, carbon fiber, aluminum, rear-wheel drive and also technologies from the latest standard models from Alfa Romeo. All these have been updated to enhance the sports appeal of the new car even further.
When it comes to design, the 4C remind us of some of the traditional iconic models which have left a significant mark in the history of the brand. The interior is built for maximum driving satisfaction and the carbon fiber in the interior immediately stands out. The model measures 4 meters in length, 2 meters in width and 1.18 meters in height. The wheelbase measures less than 2.4 meters. The new Alfa DNA selector contains Dynamic, Natural and All Weather, but also a fourth mode, Race. This last one was developed to enhance the driving experience on a race track even further. In the development process of the Alfa Romeo 4C the engineers have used the very best technical and industrial expertise of the Alfa Romeo and Maserati brands. These are all the details on the matter for now.
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