Alfa Romeo unveiled the limited-edition 2020 4C Spider Italia for North America, limited to only 15 vehicles.
With seating for two, panoramic views and the soundtrack of an Italian performance-tuned engine and exhaust, Alfa Romeo 4C Spiders are among the most exhilarating experiences in motoring. At 2019 Chicago Auto Show, Alfa Romeo unveiled the limited-edition 2020 4C Spider Italia for North America, limited to only 15 luxury vehicles.
Since its foundation in Milan, Italy, in 1910, Alfa Romeo has designed and crafted some of the most stylish and exclusive cars in automotive history. The 2020 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Italia offers driving enthusiasts a mid-engine design inspired by the brand’s legendary racing history.
The limited-edition 4C Spider Italia’s special standard features include exclusive Misano Blue Metallic exterior color (not available on any other 4C variant), piano black front air intake and rear diffuser, unique livery with dedicated ‘’4C Spider Italia’’ graphics, aluminum dashboard insert with ‘’4C Spider Italia’’ logo, and progressively numbered plate on the center console.
Advanced technologies include the all-aluminum 1750cc turbocharged engine with direct-injection, dual intercoolers, and variable-valve timing, enabling supercar-level performance while also weighing less than 2,500 pounds. The 4C Spider Italia offers drivers superb all-around performance with 237 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque, powering it from 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds with a top speed of 160 mph.
Handcrafted in Modena, Italy, the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider offers seductive Italian styling and a state-of-the-art Formula 1- inspired carbon fiber monocoque chassis that enables an incredible 10.4 power-to-weight ratio. A rear backup camera, cruise control and rear park sensors are standard fare as well.
“The 4C hasn’t been a strong seller for Alfa Romeo in the United States. The company delivered just 238 of them in all of 2018. Things didn’t start strongly in January 2019 when the automaker sold just 7 of them in the U.S, a 42 percent drop from the same month last year,” commented motor1.com.