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Official Pricing & Options (UK) 4C 11/10/2013

As above,
Finalised option list with availability & pricing
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As above,
Finalised option list with availability & pricing
Have you already sold any apart from LE? Dealer in London told me they are open for orders but only 1 allocated to them for the year with delivery mid-end 2014

Did they also give you some info on the AR racing tyres and on the Italian Flag badge? I would like to add them (probably) to my white LE.

Thanks for the list
 
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The Italian flag badge is shown in the price list and book (did I mention I have one if them?) as being an accessory rather than factory option so should be available shortly I'd guess ?

No mention of tyres except pricing and they are in 18"&19" sizes only
 
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Thanks for that. I will check in a couple of months when my car is delivered (with 150 days of possible delay!)
 
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Just priced the options I would have on the base model and they came to 11,045. Makes the total price more than the LE!
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Mine comes out to 55,570. Considering it was supposed to start at 40k and not have very many options (as I read in an interview during the development phase). That makes it far more difficult to justify, especially since I would be desperate for some aftermarket rims (standard ones look great, but want some dished wheels to fill those arches )

That's M3/C63 money; very different cars, but you still have to consider what you can get for the money.
I'd not want one with the 17/18s, without leather, racing exhaust/suspension or reversing sensors.
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this has made my mind up. im willing to wait for someone else to spec' one and pick one up secondhand.

the options have moved the car into different territory.
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Is there something special about the "three layer Roso" paint?
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Is there something special about the "three layer Roso" paint?
for 2,100 i hope so!
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3 layer metallics involve a lot of additional work to put on a bodyshell properly with a lot more time, materials and therefore cost than a standard metallic colour. 2,100 is considerably cheaper than the original price for the 3 layer Alfa 8C red on a Giulietta for example and a drop in the ocean compared to what Ferrari charge for it
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Iain don't tell me you believe Ferrari overcharges
 
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I've seen the work that goes into a 3 layer first hand and have to say I don't think they do for colours like Bianco Fuji to be totally honest. Even the work that goes into an out of range colour where a car is effectively hand sprayed is very labour intensive. Have a look at some of the Carrozzeria Zanasi videos on You Tube. They are the bodyshop in Maranello who do all of the non standard range paint for Ferrari. I don't know if they also do the 4C as Maserati use Ferrari's paint shop for the GranTurismo and GranCabrio bodyshells.
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I don't see the problem.

It will handle beautifully on standard wheels (better acceleration, better fuel economy, less road noise), standard suspension. No need for a noisy exhaust with the engine 5" behind your head. No need for heavier leather trim or seats. No need for carbon light surrounds.

what does seem essential?
- BiLED lights
- Reversing sensors

quite like:
- red paint
- red calipers
- red interior trim

So, about 2k of extras, tops

Now go spec out that "cheap Cayman" mentioned above... your price is going to sail upwards of 56k before you stop specifying body parts and trim. You can add several thousand to that for audio, navigation, security and other fripperies. And you will still have a car that is around 20% slower to accelerate, 33% slower to brake, takes corners about 20% slower, uses 30% more fuel and costs 75% more to service.

That means, on a trip to Scotland, the Alfa is going to be there about 15 minutes ahead of the Porsche, just because it has to stop to fill up less often and can carry its speed for longer on every bend, every junction and every corner.

The M3 would take you well into 70k territory

Just not comparable.

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im at 50k'ish....
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I think carbon light surrounds are a must. Or else i would vommit everytime i saw the front of the car. That nasty cheap plastic alternative!
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Painting the headlight surrounds gloss black may be a potential option for anyone looking to keep the costs down. It depends how difficult they prove to disassemble.
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That's a very good idea Iain. Looking at technical drawings and the user manual I think it will be pretty difficult to take off.
Maybe if someone has a very good garage they could try and help.
 
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I have gone, Rosso Alfa, red leather, parking sensors, 18/19 wheels thats it, would be interested in having the lamp surrounds in piano black.
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