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Car and Driver: I Don’t Care What Anyone Says, I Love The Alfa Romeo 4C

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A fun thing about identity theft is that identity can’t be stolen if it’s not there to begin with. You could say that about a bunch of current automobiles, too, many evolving toward a kind of mute, amnesic homogeneity. I was thus delighted to find a silver Alfa Romeo 4C Spider at this year’s 10Best test. A red coupe had vied for similar honors the year prior. I can’t recall any car in 10Best history that has sparked more angst, joy, and raised voices. Last year, perhaps two-thirds of our editors slagged the Alfa for being so noisy, cramped, and nervous that it serves only as a one-hour Sunday-afternoon cruiser, where—among other denied pleasures—you won’t be hearing the cheesy stereo or your passenger’s pleas or oncoming BNSF locomotives. To be 10Best-worthy, a car must possess more than one skill—as a commuter, perhaps, or as a people mover, or as a paradigm of mechanical reliability. The 4C hasn’t interviewed for any of those jobs. READ MORE ››

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