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This is the new Alfa Romeo 4C concept. And by new, we actually mean Exactly The Same But With A Shiny New Colour.

First unveiled in March, Alfa Romeo quietly stole the Geneva motor show with the two-seat, mid-engined rear-wheel-drive concept. It made petrolhead brains even more gooey when announcing it would actually go on sale in 2012.

Gallery: The Alfa Romeo 4C concept in silver

Well, Alfa likes it so much it’s bringing the 4C to Frankfurt with a shiny new paint job. A paint job inspired, seemingly, by the duplicitous, murderous and insanely terrifying T-1000 from 1992 blockbuster Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Heck, it’s even called ‘fluid metal’.

Other than that, it’s the same as before. A 200bhp 1.7-litre turbocharged petrol four-pot sits in the middle of that 850kg body, together with a twin-clutch transmission and Alfa’s DNA dynamic control selector. 0-62mph will take less than five and top speed is over 155mph.

Have a click through the pics. Then cower under your desk and pray you don’t give birth to the leader of the resistance.

Prefer it in red?

Gallery: The Alfa Romeo 4C concept in red

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