Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Details
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Learn about the design aspects and the DNA technology function. A computer system designed to give the car optimum performance in a specifically chosen style of driving.
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Technology
Carbon Fiber, a natural element is also the most high-tech material in automotive engineering. The chassis of Alfa Romeo 4C Spider – weighing only 65 kilograms – is a single carbon fibre body, just like a supercar, in which space is cut out for the driver and a passenger.
Aluminum technology at the service of performance. By combining solidity and very light weight, aluminium is a bit of a paradox. This is why the crankcase and the front and rear frames are made of aluminium.
The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider features a composite body. The benefits of this material includes lighter weight (it is 20% lighter than steel) and corrosion resistance. Dimensional stability is comparable to steel and better than aluminium.
Appearance is gauged to performance and not an end in itself. Each feature of Alfa Romeo 4C Spider has breathtaking looks – like its slim volumes, muscular design and air intakes – has a specific aerodynamic function and contributes to creating a downforce to increase stability at top speed.
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider DNA Race Mode
The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is designed around the driver. The new Alfa D.N.A. selector has three settings (Dynamic, Natural and All Weather) for adapting the car to the road conditions and the current driving style. What is more, Race mode is designed to further enhance the driving experience on the racing track. Holding the selector pressed in Dynamic position will cut out the stability control system and the ABS handing full control of the car over to the driver. Furthermore, the full digital instrument panel with TFT display changes configuration to provide the information most pertinent to the specific Alfa D.N.A. setting.
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Photos
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Photos: Alfa Romeo