By the looks of the PDF posted in the options list thread, it is including mirrors. http://sith.knowfear.net/4cwebinar.pdf
The dimensions given on that make it narrower, shorter and lower than a Cayman. Bit of a relief.
The link in Stuart's post isn't working for me. Can others follow it OK?
At 1.75m between mirrors my 156 GTA is a very tight fit in the garage.
I looked closely at the 4C at Geneva and my best guess is the the body width is only 100mm less than between mirrors. So it won't fit. Bother! I thought I only had to find €60k.
Info at, for example, 4c.alfaromeo.com seems to indicate that the engine in the 4c is transversely mounted. How many other mid / rear engined cars have a transverse engine?
Whilst width is good for handling, I suspect it is actually dictated by the engine.
In early March, the Cirencester dealer tried to get me to cough up £16k deposit for a Launch Version 4c. On my return from Geneva, I told him I'd not be ordering before having a test drive which I'd be willing to travel to Italy for. Needless to say he was unable to predict when a test drive could be arranged.
I have no desire for the Launch Version. By buying a 156 GTA in 2004, I got one which had the early niggles fixed, ie had the larger front discs, and I got a Selespeed. that was well worth waiting for.