I can't think of one brand that has teased more and delivered less than Alfa Romeo.
For what seems like eternity at this point, Alfa has promised it would return to the U.S. market just about every other year but then it winds up delaying its return, over and over again. What gives already?
To quote a really poor Chris O'Donnell film from 1999, "The Bachelor," it's time for Alfa to "sh!t or get off the pot." I hope there's no hard feelings, Chris. Loved you in "Scent of a Woman."
Back to Alfa. Its time end the excuses, and cease with the teases. Get with the program and put on your pants, Alfa.
Sure you can argue that the 8C was Alfa's return to the U.S. market but -- frankly -- that's a joke of a return. We want some actual products that are affordable and can be accessed by the mainstream. Not 100 or so vehicles that have a six-figure barrier of entry.
Oh, so this story is actually supposed to be about Alfa's cute little postcard tease of the 4C. You know, yet another product we're NOT likely to see in the U.S. market.
"The car to end all cars," eh? We'll see about that...
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