It says "An investment of € 15 million to produce carbon fiber chassis for the new Alfa Romeo 4C. And 'the project that will save the industrial area of Benfil Airola. Signed yesterday morning the provisional allotment of the project, preliminary act for the conclusion of a real program contract, near the town in the province of Benevento. The project is promoted by Paul Squires, owner of Adler Group, a world leader in the production of automotive components, and Michele Ferrante, a number of Mlc, a company active in the aerospace sector.
Details of the plan provide that the investment is paid entirely by the private sector, without a single euro public. The new company will be called at the beginning and take Tta 160 workers. In the first eight months of operation the number of assumptions will increase to 220. The new business is the objective of a high-tech production: the frames of carbon fiber, in fact, will be mounted on the new sporty Alfa Romeo 4C, which will replace the Alfa Spider.
The new car will not be ready until the second half of 2013 and will have a retail price of about € 40 000. The Tta sign a contract for fifteen years for the rent of the great disused factory to Airola. In exchange, the city will collect an annual rent for Sunni 314mila euro for five years."
So the Adler investment of 15million euros equates to 1500 euros per 4C tub if they supply , say, ten thousand . That's before materials , labour etc
If you allow this level of investment for all the parts such as lamps you start to see why they must keep up the "parts bin" search.