Maserati confirmed on Thursday that it will produce the new Alfa Romeo 4C two-seater sportscar. Up to 2,500 units per year will be made at its factory in Modena from May 2013, after firstly delivering 60-70 prototypes to its Fiat Group sibling during 2012.
If you’re looking for a reason to attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed next month, then look no further than the stunning cars being shown by Alfa Romeo this year.
Alfa Romeo revealed its much-rumoured 4C sports car concept at Geneva today, generating one of the biggest scrums of the day as photographers fought to capture those all important first images. The 4C Concept follows on from the success of the 8C Competizione and Spider, but rather than the £100k plus price tag of its elder sibling the 4C is likely to be much more affordable when it eventually goes on sale.
Alfa will be celebrating an important milestone at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.
Beautiful Stile Bertone concept marks Alfa’s centenary.