The Alfa Romeo 4C is getting ready to arrive on the Australian auto market, as the carmaker has announced recently, with the sports car going on sale starting from next month.
Alfa Romeo is close to launching the appealing 4C to a brand new market, Australia, as the company has recently announced. According to the Italian based automaker, the model in question will be arriving at dealerships across the Pacific country starting from February and it will be going on sale from 89,000 AUD, plus the on-road costs. An initial allocation of 120 sports cars has been secured by the Alfa Romeo’s local arm, and out of these, 75 units will be the unique Launch Edition versions, which will cost 109,000 AUD, part of the 1,300-unit global run.
The special edition versions of the Alfa Romeo 4C will be offered with the Madreperla white paint or with the Rosso Alfa red finish, with some different front fascias, with modified side skirts, with carbon fiber side mirror caps, with carbon fiber spoiler, a racing exhaust system, a racing suspension system, Bi-LED carbon fiber headlights and several other goodies to help them stand out from a crowd. 18- or 19-inch forged wheels, covering the red brake calipers, are also available for the model. The standard 4C and the special edition are both getting the same 177 kW and 350 Nm of torque 1.75 liter four-cylinder mid-mounted aluminum turbocharged engine under their hoods, with the TCT dual clutch automatic transmission.