Alfa Romeo 4C Spider price revealed with pre-order

If you were wondering what the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider price would be compared to the coupé version, then this has finally become available to you thanks to its pre-order going live. The cost of this new model with its roof taken off is £59,500, which is £8,000 more than its sibling.

While this would seem like a lot to pay for something with its roof removed, you have to remember just how much extra you are getting in terms of coolness.

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider pre-order

However, there are a number of upgrades with the Spider model, such as an upgraded stereo, luxury floor mats, more leather interior trim, as well as a carbonfibre windscreen frame, a bespoke car cover and also a greater choice in wheels.

We would just like to point out that for those of you who pre-orders one of these early Spider models will only get a stowable canvas arrangement for now. However, there will be an option for a carbonfibre hardtop roof for UK customers later this year.

For full details head to the Alfa Romeo UK website, where you can request a quote, test drive and even customize your own model. You can also download a brochure for full tech specs and features.

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