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Thursday, 28 July 2016

2014 ALFA ROMEO 4C TBI S-A - SILVERSTONE AUCTIONS

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2014 ALFA ROMEO 4C TBI S-A

The Alfa Romeo 4C caused a sensation when it was revealed in 'concept' form at the Geneva show in 2011. The production version followed soon after, with exactly the same catwalk looks, while power came from a lusty 237bhp version of the 1.75-litre four-cylinder turbo found in the Giulietta Cloverleaf, mated to a six-speed TCT twin-clutch gearbox.  This lightweight, rear wheel drive junior Italian supercar, was designed by Lorenzo Ramaciotti at the Centro Stile Alfa Romeo (Style Centre) and developed by Alfa Romeo. The Concept Car was the recipient of a host of International awards when it was first shown to the World and the production version, which differed little from the concept, was equally f├ęted winning the "Most Beautiful Car of the Year 2013" at the 29th International Automobile Festival in France. 
This sensational 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C TBI S-A  was first registered in September 2014 by Guest Alfa Romeo of Willenhall for use by their dealer principal. Presented in stunning '8c Red' with a Black interior, this one owner car has covered just 2,200 miles and is described as being in showroom condition. 
Naturally, it was extremely well specified from new and is fitted with air conditioning, reverse sensors, a digital panel and electric windows. This car has recently undergone the manufacturers 'pit stop' upgrades improving the gear change, battery life, and the car's general drivability.
4Cs remain sought after, and finding a stunning, one owner, low mileage car in this colour combination and in this condition is an opportunity not to be missed. 

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Est 2010


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