2016 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
In its happy yellow paintwork and quite bland-looking, smaller (17in front, 18in rear) rolling stock, Iâ€™m expecting a markedly diluted experience from the rag-top. And Iâ€™d presumed wrongly. Bar headlight and engine cover differences and the drop-top’s unique carbonfibre A-pillar/windshield surround and adjustable passenger seat, the the coupe and Spider versions of 4C are essentially otherwise identical.
Iâ€™ll lay it on you straight. Itâ€™s marginally less ragged around the edges than the coupe Iâ€™d driven prior, but this is still a noisy, uncomfortable, impractical, fatiguing, tiresome experience whether youâ€™re cruising or punting it hard and pretty nonsensical and itâ€™s easy to see how some buyers in sensible mindset might wholly dislike it.
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