The Alfa Romeo 4C GTA Concept certainly proved to be one heck of a model after its debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, and the fact that Alfa Romeo already confirmed its production in 2012 was just music to our ears. What’s makes this bit of news even more entertaining is that Alfa is also planning a Spyder version of the 4C GTA, which is set to be revealed in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. If feedback is as positive for the Spyder as it was for the original concept, then the rendering provided may just be what it will look like.

As a reminder, the 4C GTA concept is powered by a 4-cylinder 1750 Turbo Petrol engine that delivers an impressive 200 HP and is mated to an automatic twin dry clutch transmission. With this type of power sitting under the hood, the concept will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in under 5 seconds, while top speed is electronically limited to 155mph. The coupe version weighs only 1,800 pounds, but the Spyder version will be a tad heavier due to the addition of the roof.


Source: GMotors

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  (600) posted on 03.18.2011

Well, that one is rather fast. Which is not that surprising really. Considering how highly anticipated the 4C GTA, it seems inevitable that the roadster would soon follow.

  (692) posted on 03.18.2011

I really can’t wait for the Spider version of the 4C GTA. Ever since I saw the standard one a few months back, I already expected a roadster version of this to be released.

  (309) posted on 03.17.2011

Yes, expect this one to be quite close to the final design of the Alfa Romeo Spider. Since they will be using most of the design elements from the $C, they will probably add only a few bits for the Spider look.

  (380) posted on 03.17.2011

Well now, if this one is indeed going to be the look of the real Alfa Romeo Spider, then I am definitely in for it. But as we all know, there will likely be a lot of changes before they reveal the final design.

  (364) posted on 03.17.2011

Definitely, the Spyder version is a bit heavier compare to the coupe version. But this one look gorgeous though! I like the detailing of this version from the rims, rear skirt and the convertible..that’s awesome.

  (302) posted on 03.16.2011

What, they’re already going ahead with the production of this Spider? That is certainly great news. I almost thought that this one was going to remain in the concept design halls.

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