Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Rendered, World Debut In Frankfurt

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider rendered

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider renderedOne of the biggest surprises of this year’s Geneva Motor Show was the Alfa Romeo 4C Concept, that will go on sale in 2012.

In addition to the hard top version, Alfa Romeo is already thinking about the Spider version. Reportedly the 4C Spider Concept will make its debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in September. If the feedback is positive, then Alfa Romeo will take it into production.

We love the idea and hope to see it in production soon. The renderings here by our friend Theophilus Chin are purely speculative showing how the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider could look like when it arrives in Frankfurt later this year.

The concept version of the Alfa Romeo 4C is powered by a 4-cylinder 1750 Turbo Petrol engine delivering over 200bhp and mated to the new automatic twin dry clutch transmission, it sprints from 0-62mph in less than five seconds, while the top speed is electronically limited to 155mph. Weighing less than 850kg it is a sexy alternative to the aging Lotus Elise/Exige.


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  • If they put this beauty into production, I’ll find a country where I can marry cars!

  • Very good quality render. Looks so real; and more surprising looks very high fidelity compared with the actual Alfa 4C.

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