“OUCH! That hurts. HMMMMM!”
The beautiful #Alfa Romeo 4C is a new car, worthy of praises and spectacular in its luxurious manners of designs. This car ranges back from its historical ancestors and later adapt the sport car style which thus makes it look far more beautiful than you can actually imagine.
Driving the extremely small vehicle usually seem like the old Mr Bean Mini Cooper but trust me, #Alfa Romeo didnt actually lavish their resources on the exterior of this ride. They actually did some “Lets be economical” stuffs to the ride making entering and coming out a bit difficult which doesnt make a lot of sense. I mean i cant see myself weighing about 490 pounds with my pot bellies and still have to fix everything exactly like a bunch of sardine in “My Ride.”
But still the car is very important on the road. Beautiful and elegant with visual sharpness to make it very attractive and loveable.
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Sitting infront of the wheel is good but not better. Small and sometimes tiny for the biggies, this ride’s comfort i will score 78%. Although your car is not your bedroom but still, you should still have a little room where you can relax at least a bit and make yourself partially comfortable.
Engine and Performance
Speedy enough for a sport car. Car test drivers actually love it and claimed the speed is factual based on the claims of Alfa Romeo itself. But officially, its has a 1.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a dual-clutch automatic. Acceleration is commensurate with the Alfa’s shrunken-exotic looks. A blast to 60 mph takes 4.2 seconds and the quarter-mile passes in 12.9 seconds at 107 mph. Without the dual-clutch doing its high-revving launch-control dance, the rolling 5-to-60 start adds a second. This is a joyfully quick car, as swift to 60 as a Ferrari F40. But in the stop-and-go traffic of the real world, the 4C Spider’s gearbox doesn’t engage the clutch very smoothly. Taking off from a stop is often a jerky process as the clutch is slow to engage. Once rolling, shifts snap off with the tug of a paddle, or you can let the gearbox shift for itself in Auto mode. There’s no manual transmission, which is surprising considering the interaction of driver and car is placed above all other thing.
La petite voiture. This sportcar doesnt have a wide gut or a big tummy to drink too much. Its very economical in this wise and so this is part of its unique features. “OOOOH No wonder Alfa Romeo made the 4C this tiny. guess its for my benefit.” Well yeah it is.
Quiet moderate and better still fantastic pricing. The Alfa Romeo 4C Sells from $65,495. Thats not expensive in Abu Dhabi. I have heard bunch of Sheiks opting for a customized 4C which costs more than the eye of a Dinosaur. But for my income, i can still afford this and feel fine.