More pictures of the Alfa Romeo 4C have been released ahead of the car’s official debut as a production car at the Geneva Motor Show, and among them is the first shot of the interior. It doesn’t reveal the whole thing, but it is enough to give you an idea of how cool it looks, or not, depending on your preference.
The interior of the 4C looks pretty spartan. There aren’t that many buttons on the dash or the center console, only the necessary switches such as Alfa’s D.N.A selector. You get two bucket seats wrapped in black leather and garnished with red stitching, and a sport steering wheel.
Some people may find this cabin a bit boring, but you have to keep it in mind that the 4C is a sports car, and when you are in a sports car all you want to do is drive. A simple cabin means there is less to be distracted by, so you can focus more on the job of driving.
Still, there are some nice details you can enjoy in the 4C cabin, like the visible carbon fiber panels, red accenting, and aluminum trim pieces. We actually like this interior a lot.
Alfa Romeo 4C is set to debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, and market launch later in the year. It is powered by a 230 PS four-cylinder 1750 turbo engine mounted in the middle, and has rear-wheel-drive; proper sports car recipe.