...Please chime in on the Poll. If there is enough interest, perhaps we can influence Fiat's management.
I think you are probably right. You have to hand it to Alfa: the price of 8cs has held up far better than anyone thought they would. You can get a used 430 cheaper, a lot cheaper, than a used 8c.It won't be a lease car. Low production similar to the 8c
I agree that they also need a more affordable model, but you can not build a car as light as the concept without some costly tech. I'll pay for it. Hell, I would already have an Exige or Elise, but it takes me 3 minutes to get in one. Kind of takes the joy out of a casual drive in my toy. So now Alfa goes Lotus one better, and I couldn't be more excited.no reason not to keep it that way, keep the car simple..abs, a few airbags..not to much tech, let the drive do some of the work.. why do we need a 65k little convertable? keep it so the masses( us ) can buy it, and have fun driving it..
Coming from the person who wrote this before...after VW buys Alfa Romeo----i am quite sure that the 4C will never be built.....at least not with that hideous generic design they used in Geneva....if there is such a thing as the 4C, it will be a proper design, penned by Walter De Silva......after the VW takeover.....i'll think about this question then!
We're hanging on your every word....i have NEVER owned an Alfa Romeo. I'm an Audi fan....
+4.Sorry, no way...
I absolutely support the return of Alfa, and the mechanical specifications are very interesting. However, while the styling may look good to others, It just doesn't appeal to me.