A Closer Look At the 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider

The 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is a very special model that has been highly anticipated as the first offering from the automaker for the United States market since the 8C sports car was made available two decades ago in 2009. This was followed by a brief encounter with the 4C featuring a mid-engine and although decidedly a fine Italian sports machine, the reviews on the car were mixed. Consumers weren’t thrilled with the limited amount of cargo space, adjustability and the limited leg room that made it feel cramped.

Alfa Romeo is bringing the 4C back and it’s a reason to celebrate for fans of the Italian beauties and a rare event that we’re hoping will occur more often. This brilliant innovation is not only breathtaking to behold, but it also delivers on performance that doesn’t disappoint along with a price that is moderate for the quality and prestige that come along with the vehicle. The new 4C Spider is deserving of a much closer look.

Alfa Romeo returned to the U.S. market in 2014 with the dramatic mid-engined 4C. It was a saucy way to say, “Hey! Remember us?” even though the sports car was met with a swirl of mixed reviews. Its spice level clearly was Italian, but it had flaws, including a cramped cabin with limited adjustability and limited cargo space that left Porsche’s equivalent Cayman looking something like a minivan by comparison.

The 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider built for performance

With a sharp focus on performance, the 4C Spider offers modern and sporty styling that delivers high on racing performance in the form of a street-legal vehicle. It’s powered with a 40clyinder 1.7-liter turbo engine that gives up 237 horsepower along with 258 lb-ft of torque. There’s plenty of power for a 4 cylinder yet it sips fuel with an i34 on the incredible 24 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway. It’s not bad at all for a sports car of its class. The powerplant features a fuel induction sequential multi-port injection system. This is paired with an automatic 6-speed transmission with manual mode. The fuel tank holds a total of 10.5 gallons.

Built for superior handling

Consumer and expert reviews give the new 4C Spider high marks for its nimble handling and high level of responsiveness. It’s a lightweight sporty edition with a curb weight of just 2,487 lbs, a length of 157 inches, wheelbase of 93.7 inches, a width of 73.5 inches including the mirrors and a height of 46.7 inches. Americans won’t have a shot at the coupe edition because it’s not being offered but the Targa-styled Spider in its convertible form is the one edition that will be available.

Luxury in aesthetics only

When you first gaze at the new 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, the beauty of the car is nearly beyond what words can express. The styling is smart and sporty with a hint of sexiness. It’s a masterpiece that catches the eye and makes the heart beat just a little faster. The aesthetics make it appear to be a fine high-end luxury model but if you’re expecting luxury features on the interior, there are some, but the focus isn’t on toys and gadgets within. It’s not offered with power steering, but it handles like a dream. It’s a 2 seater that was made for driving and enjoyment of the handling for the driver and the ride for the passenger. It’s a situation of less being more when it comes to the keen focus placed on what this car is capable of doing on the road, not in luxury interior features.

Availability

There are rumors that Alfa Romeo has plans to phase out the 4C in totality by the year 2022 as indicated by the company’s five-year plan. Although the automaker has decided not to confirm the rumor, it seems likely that this is the plan, but for now, the convertible model of the 2018 4C Spider is available for sale in the United States for a price of $67,495.

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