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More pictures: Alfa Romeo 4C Launch Edition

  1. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more
    pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really
    rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor
    Show coverage
     earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition?
    In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time,
    you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps,
    a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty
    suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust,
    aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you
    can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get
    the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been
    promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming
    to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way
    to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my
     money? 

  2. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor Show coverage earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition? In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time, you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps, a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust, aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my money? 

  3. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor Show coverage earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition? In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time, you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps, a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust, aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my money? 

  4. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor Show coverage earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition? In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time, you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps, a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust, aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my money? 

  5. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor Show coverage earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition? In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time, you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps, a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust, aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my money? 

  6. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor Show coverage earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition? In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time, you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps, a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust, aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my money? 

  7. Switch roots to FIZZ - Alfa’s just released more pics of the £52,000 Launch Edition 4C, the first incarnation of its really rather lovely sportster. You’ll have first seen the car in detail during our Geneva Motor Show coverage earlier this year, but not in red. Pretty, isn’t it?

    So, as a reminder, what d’you get for your money for the Launch Edition? In addition to the normal car’s 237bhp four-pot and 4.5-second 0-62mph time, you get carbonfibre trim, red or white paint, some posh badges, bi-LED lamps, a rear aluminium diffuser and bigger rims.

    The Launch Edition also gets an extra sporty suspension setup, as well as colour-coded brake calipers, a rorty exhaust, aftermarket air filter, and new front air intakes. Oh, and if you buy now, you can take part in a special driver training program in Italy.

    Otherwise, it’s par for the course. You still get the 1750 TBi engine, TCT dual-clutch transmission and top speed that we’ve been promised is north of 155mph. A confirmed release date is yet to come. 

    You best be quick, though – only 400 are coming to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. An additional 500 are making their way to the USA and 100 for the rest of the world.

    Is this simply a case of shut up and take my money? 

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