The 2011 Alfa Romeo GTA 4C Concept was launched in 2011 Geneva Motor Show, all those who find this car felt very calm. GTA 4C is ‘a compack supercar’ which is the true essence of a sports car and in line with the brand, with Italian-style performance, and excellence technical aimed at the maximum driving pleasure and safety menajaga driver.
The new Alfa Romeo GTA 4C inspired by models such as the 8C Competizione 8C Spider, but few take a step forward. While these two models, this car is focused on obtaining more power, focus 4C GTA is thanks to the car body weight by using carbon area.
Car design is distinguished by graceful lines and insisted the external section, the design of on-board features and tools that maintain that directly reflects the spirit of sports car. Thanks to extensive concept car that uses carbon with a weight of just 850 kilos. The chassis supports a body crafted completely from carbon, inside the which there is space for the driver and passenger, while the rear frame structure and the crash boxes use aluminum extensively. This layout has improved the vehicle’s center of gravity offering an Increased agility and drivability on the most challenging roads.
The concept of GTA is powered by a 4-cylinder Turbo petrol 1750 centrally located in the rear of the vehicle and coupled with a new animated Alfa TCT “dry dual-clutch gearbox. With a total power of 200 horsepower, the engine concept of the sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 5 seconds, while top speed climbs to 155 km/h.
The concept comes with a sophisticated suspension layout (high double wishbone front and rear MacPherson), which combined with a rear-wheel drive system has a weight of 40% to 60% on the front and rear.
At this point, the only notable comparison for the 4C GTA is the KTM X-Bow itself. We’ve already touched on the overall weight of the two cars and as far as powertrain is concerned, the X-Bow has an Audi-sourced inline four-cylinder TFSI engine with around 220 horsepower on it with upgrades that can take the output all the way up to 300 horsepower. As for the price tag, the 300 horsepower version of the X-Bow retails for around $55,000, which is just around the ball park range of the expected price of the 4C GTA.
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