This year marks the end for Alfa Romeo‘s mid-engine 4C Spider, but the Italian automaker is making sure the car gets the send-off it deserves, crafting a special edition inspired by its very own 1967 33 Stradale.
Aptly named the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo, the premium model now carries a red finish for its carbon monocoque chassis in contrast to its regular black body, painted in the Italian company’s signature Rosso Villa d’Este tri-coat. The carbon fiber finish is left on certain components to offer a sporty touch, while its wheels come dressed in a grayish gold tone.
The interior paneling and upholstery itself pairs black with tobacco brown, complemented by special edition badges all around. As a bonus to its performance, the car also comes with the Akropovic exhaust and racing suspensions.
Limited to just 33 cars made, Alfa Romeo’s special edition 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo will start at $81,590 USD. Those interested can reach out to the automaker via its website.
For more things automotive, Porsche has debuted its first 992-generation 911 GT3 Cup racer.