What will be the Alfa Romeo 4C receiver according to Toyota designer?

What will be the Alfa Romeo 4C receiver according to Toyota designer?

May 4, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The designer of the Japanese brand came up with his version of what the second generation of the Italian sports coupe Alfa Romeo 4C could become. At the time of this writing, there is no official data on the appearance of this receiver Alfa Romeo 4C.

Despite the fact that the Italian sports coupe Alfa Romeo 4C offered pretty good handling and dynamics, the car has become very popular among buyers in recent years. At the time of writing, it is no longer possible to configure and then purchase the once-iconic 4C coupe on the official Alfa Romeo website. I note that in some markets, such as the United States, you can still buy this model in the back of a convertible.

Due to the catastrophic drop in sports car sales in recent years, the coronavirus pandemic and the merger of the Italian-American concern FCA, which includes Alfa Romeo, with the French concern PSA, we can say with confidence that in the near future we will not see the 4C sports car second generation.

 This will not stop Alfa Romeo fans from dreaming about the appearance of such a car, and, fortunately, some of them can turn their dreams into rendering.

 This is exactly what Jung Prescotti, the architect and designer of vehicles at Toyota European Headquarters in France, did. He presented his vision of the new Alfa Romeo 4C.

 He describes his creation as “bold and emotional,” which is hard to argue with. In the front of the virtual car, a “radical design” is applied, in which a pair of massive elliptical headlights and the Alfa Romeo signature grille dominate. Also worth noting is the aggressive bumper, divided into two parts.

 The side of the car looks “dramatic” thanks to massive wings, doors, huge air intakes and lower aero elements, as well as a windshield in the shape of a visor in the form of a helmet.

 At the rear of the car are three-dimensional round taillights with tiny spoilers that seem to “leak out” of the rear seats, as well as a giant rear diffuser with two round tailpipes built into it.