Alfa Romeo 4C Caught Winter Testing in Sweden

Alfa Romeo 4C has been caught again, this time night testing near the Arctic Circle in Sweden. It is very unlikely that anyone will ever drive the sporty 4C in such extreme conditions, but this is part of development to make sure the car is ready for production and ready for drivers around the world.

The car looks very similar to the concept, though it has plenty of camouflage hiding the final look.

The Alfa 4C is approximately 4 metres long and has a wheelbase of less than 2.4 metres. Power is expected to come from a 4 cylinder 1.8 litre engine with around 200bhp. If the production version keeps the concept’s weight(850kg), the 4C should accelerate from 0-62mph in just around 5 seconds.

The new Alfa Romeo 4C will be launched in 2013 as a Coupe and we might even see a Cabrio, that is expected to follow a year later.


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  • Dave

    Rest assure that Swedish Alfistis will use it all year round in extreme conditions! The alfasud was a great winter car so why on this one?

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