Alfa Romeo is one of the most evocative names in the world of motoring, but for the last few decades, the firm hasn't had a sports car that lives up to its illustrious sporting heritage.
Now it has - the Alfa Romeo 4C.
With a carbon fibre chassis, dual-clutch gearbox and a mid-engine layout, the spec sheet reads like a supercar, yet it costs less than £50,000. But how does it compare to arguably the best mid-engined sports car in the world - the Porsches Cayman? Watch our Auto Express track battle to find out.
The stunningly beautiful 4C is a return to Alfa Romeo's sports car past. With its carbon fibre chassis, it weights just 895kg while the 1.7-litre four-cylinder turbo engine produces 270bhp and 350Nm of torque.Read Article