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Autoedizione netherlands are reporting that Sergio revealed that the 4C and new Giulia will both get the new 1750TBi engine as well as V6 variants!!!
 
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Autoedizione netherlands are reporting that Sergio revealed that the 4C and new Giulia will both get the new 1750TBi engine as well as V6 variants!!!
Then its not a 4C
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Then its not a 4C
Jip, apparently this version will be called the 6C.. According to Autoedizione..
 
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Autoedizione netherlands are reporting that Sergio revealed that the 4C and new Giulia will both get the new 1750TBi engine as well as V6 variants!!!
Alfa Romeo Giulia and 4C powered by newly developed V6 | AutoEdizione.com

It will be the Dino replacement many of us have been waiting for.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia and 4C powered by newly developed V6 | AutoEdizione.com

It will be the Dino replacement many of us have been waiting for.
Drool; house remortgaged, kidney up for sale, etc etc
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Don't believe everything you read on Autoedizione; they are notoriously unreliable. Probably a lot gets lost in translation from English to Dutch and back to English. The Giulia may well get the new Chrysler-based V6, but the 4C won't, otherwise it wouldn't be a 4C would it?
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Nevertheless, there is a gaping hole in Italian sports car production for a modern "Dino"... and Ferrari / Maserati don't appear to be interested;

So come on Alfa... you now have the opportunity to produce another all-time classic!
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don't believe everything you read on autoedizione; they are notoriously unreliable.
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You can't believe everthing you read "Period"
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Don't believe everything you read on Autoedizione; they are notoriously unreliable. Probably a lot gets lost in translation from English to Dutch and back to English. The Giulia may well get the new Chrysler-based V6, but the 4C won't, otherwise it wouldn't be a 4C would it?
Read the earlier post.. Its mentioned that the 4C with a V6 will then be called a 6C..

I actually found Autoedizione to be far more reliable than most of the other sources out there (relatively speaking)...

I for one will only believe all the things I read about the 4C when I see it or when I can order it
 
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I actually found Autoedizione to be far more reliable than most of the other sources out there (relatively speaking)...

As you say though that's not exactly saying much considering some of the articles which are based on supposedly "reliable insider sources from Italy" :NUTTER: :HEADBANG:








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I for one will only believe all the things I read about the 4C when I see it or when I can order it
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Will be interesting to see how much more the V6 weighs.
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