There are certain reports from different publication that stated the death of Alfa Romeo 4C. Motor1 and Autocar both claimed that the vehicle has been axed and went even further by stating that Alfa Romeo has officially stopped production. However, these are false reports and nothing of such proportion has happened. This was confirmed by communications head of Alfa Romeo and Fiat in US, Jordan Wasylyk and said that US 4C Spider has not been cancelled and is still available for order. The news is only applicable to US models, but we must take into account that ordering a car that is no longer is production is next to impossible.
For now, Alfa Romeo 4C lives on but there is little doubt the model will eventually be phased out. The car made its debut at 2013 Geneva Motor Show and its replacement has been absent based on Alfa Romeo’s future product plans. Talking about future plans, Alfa Romeo rationalized it and announced their intentions to cut on capital spending. This has led to death of several models previously announced that includes new versions of 8C and GTV and a range-topping crossover. In its place, we will receive a facelifted version of Stelvio and Giulia in 2021. It will be joined by all-new compact crossover that was previewed by Tonale concept.
By 2022, Alfa Romeo will introduce a small crossover that will be offered with an electric powertrain. Alfa Romeo 4C Spider was powered using 1.75-liter four-cylinder engine that generated an output of 237hp and 350 Nm of torque. It helps the car to accelerate from 0-60mph in 4.1 seconds before hitting the top speed of 160mph.