I need to hit the lottery...soon. That thing is breathtaking.
Very nice. They must be looking at production increases, don't see them meeting demand for both with current production.
I'm very happy to see real headlights! Fingers crossed they make it into production with the coupe too.
blatant rip off of the lotus elise
I'll take one each, hardtop and without both please.
have bertone restyle that with different headlights and without the alfa grill and you have a modern x1/9!!!
put lancia badges on basically the way it is and you have a stratos!! a few changes and you can have a monte carlo, scorpion, or 037! actually i'm kinda wondering why they want to make it an alfa at all? but a car like that could bring a lot of attention to the brand, and i'm not sure it's likely for fiat to bring the lancia brand to north america right away.
Last edited by dart1.4t; 03-05-2014 at 01:05 PM.
This is the Alfa 4C model, which is just now being delivered, so the topless version will be coming eventually. The cheaper Alfa/Fiat/Abarth joint venture with Mazda should also be coming our way. Fiat has announced that Lancia will be a make for Italy only. Let's see, that still leaves Fiat with Maserati and Ferrari in the US, so I'd say they've got all the price points covered from 16K to 300K.
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