2011 Alfa Romeo 4C Concept


Planned to go on sale during 2013, the Alfa Romeo 4C Concept exhibited in Frankfurt Motor Show is distinguished by a new and exclusive ‘Fluid Metal’ exterior colour. The concept presents the formula of the two-seater, rear-wheel drive coupe with its central engine, a length of approximately 4 meters and a wheelbase of less than 2.4 meters.

The Alfa Romeo 4C Concept uses technology and materials derived from the 8C Competizione – carbon, aluminium, rear-wheel drive – and technology from Alfa Romeo models currently on sale: the 1750 turbo petrol engine with direct injection, the ‘Alfa TCT’ twin dry clutch transmission and the Alfa D.N.A. selector for dynamic control of the car, in short all the best of the Alfa Romeo DNA Technology.

Located centrally in the rear of the vehicle, the engine in the Alfa Romeo 4C Concept ensures performance which matches or exceeds that of a 3 litre engine whilst still delivering the moderate fuel consumption which is typical of a compact, 4 cylinder engine. Coupled with the new automatic ‘Alfa TCT’ twin dry clutch transmission, now available on the MiTo and Giulietta, the powerful 1750 Turbo petrol engine allows the 4C Concept to reach a top speed of over 250 km/h and to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in under 5 seconds.


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