Alfa Romeo’s newest supercar, the 8C Competizione, has been a huge success despite not yet receiving the green light from its parent company Fiat Group. Despite the car still being in pre-production, the car has nearly sold out prior to its expected launch. This success is an amazing feat for Alfa Romeo and has left many wondering what makes this car so special. In this blog post, we’ll explore why the 8C Competizione has caused such a stir and why it’s been nearly sold out before even being released to the public.
Alfa Romeo supercar
Alfa Romeo supercar production is nearly sold out despite not receiving the green light from the company. This is because the Alfa Romeo 4C supercar has been such a success that buyers are willing to put down a deposit to purchase one sight unseen.
The Alfa Romeo 4C supercar is set to be a limited production vehicle, with only 500 units being made available for sale worldwide. As such, it’s no surprise that demand for the car is high, and that many buyers are willing to put down a deposit without knowing if they’ll actually get the car.
While Alfa Romeo has yet to officially green-light production of the 4C supercar, it’s clear that there is significant interest in the vehicle. If the company does decide to move forward with production, it’s likely that all 500 units will be spoken for very quickly.
Nearly sold out
Alfa Romeo’s new supercar is nearly sold out despite not receiving the green light from the company yet. Alfa Romeo has been working on a new supercar for some time now, but it has yet to receive the green light from the company. However, that hasn’t stopped people from expressing interest in the car.
The car, which is said to be called the Alfa Romeo 8C, has already received over 1,000 orders from interested customers. Even though the car hasn’t been officially announced by Alfa Romeo yet, it’s clear that there is a lot of interest in it. The 8C is said to be a mid-engined sports car that will be powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 engine. It will likely be offered in both coupe and convertible body styles.
If Alfa Romeo does give the green light to the 8C, it will likely be one of the most sought-after cars on the market. With its combination of performance and style, it’s sure to turn heads wherever it goes. If you’re interested in getting your hands on one of these cars, you’ll need to act fast – they’re sure to go fast once they’re officially announced!
Not receiving green light
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen an Alfa Romeo supercar on the road. The last one was the 8C Competizione, which was discontinued in 2010. But that may soon change, as reports indicate that the Alfa Romeo supercar is nearly sold out despite not receiving green light from the automaker.
The news comes courtesy of Italian website Quattroruote, which claims to have spoken to sources close to the matter. According to those sources, production of the supercar has already been approved by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), with an initial run of 500 units planned. However, FCA is reportedly still undecided on whether to give the go-ahead for full production.
If it does get the green light, the Alfa Romeo supercar will be based on the Maserati Alfieri concept that was unveiled back in 2014. It will feature a mid-engined layout and is expected to be powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 engine with around 600 horsepower on tap. It will also come with an all-wheel drive system and a seven-speed automatic transmission.
While we wait for FCA to make a decision on the Alfa Romeo supercar, you can check out the Maserati Alfieri concept in the video below.