New Alfa Romeo 6c Will Challenge the F-Type

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New Alfa Romeo 6c Will Challenge the F-Type

26 Aug 2014
Alfa Romeo 6C 2016

Alfa Romeo is gearing up to give a tough time to Jaguar F-Type with a new Alfa, 6C coupe similar to the Maserati Alfieri concept

 

After launching two breathtaking models in the near past, a carbon fibre 4C and an 8C supercar, now Alfa Romeo is introducing another Alfa which will give a tough time to the rivals. The rising Italian brand is developing a new Coupe that will run on rear wheel drive while getting power from Alfa Romeo engine which is highly tuned by Ghibli, this new Coupe is named Alfa Romeo 6C. It is an answer to the Jaguar F-Type and Porsche 911 niche and hopefully will fill up the gap from this end. It is based on Maserati Alfieri concept which was shown at Geneva Motor Show and is confirmed for production in 2016. The all new Alfa Romeo 6C will roll out of production line by 2017.

The all new Alfa Romeo 6C has muscular outlines and looks, tear-drop shaped side glasses shared with the Alfieri, but makes it different with the razor shaped front end. It has a traditional Alfa Romeo grille with slender and LED headlights. It receives a new family face from Alfa Romeo while the rear end is also very unique with different kind of exhaust and new tail-lights on the outer edges.

 

Under the skin this new 6C is using the Underpinnings from Alfieri which is a shortened version of the Ghibli. All new twin turbo 3.0 Litre V6 engine is delivering a thrilling power and outclass driving experience. It will offer a power twirl between 480bhp to 520bhp, pushing the Alfa Romeo 6C very close to Jaguar F-Type Coupe V8 R and Porsche 911 turbo territory.  It is not planed that Alfa Romeo will build these beauties in huge numbers as in the case of 4C and 8C. It is a special model and will be capped to minimum numbers.

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