Alfa’s aim with the 4C Spider was to deliver a near-supercar driving experience without the six-figure price tag. As a result, the 4C is light on luxury but with plenty of emphasis on the driving experience. Inside, there are a pair of leather-upholstered sports seats. Cruise control, an Alpine sound system, Bluetooth connectivity, single-zone air-conditioning, remote keyless entry, and a seven-inch digital instrument cluster are all standard. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and navigation are unfortunately not available. For increased performance, an electronic differential and Alfa’s drive mode selector are standard, with a special racing mode for track use. Front, side, and a driver’s knee airbag are standard safety features, but driver-assist tech like blind-spot monitoring is entirely absent from the Alfa’s specification. Available options are mostly cosmetic, although an Akrapovic exhaust system with active exhaust valves is worth a look.
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