Alfa Romeo made headlines recently when it debuted the 2017 Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde sedan at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, however the Giulia is far from the only exciting news to come from Alfa at the show. Car & Driver sat down with Alfa Romeo North America boss Reid Bigland at LA to discuss what could be in store from the iconic Italian automaker, who revealed some interesting news about the 4C and 4C Spider.
When Alfa Romeo first launched the 4C, they intended to eventually offer a lease program for the car. However the car has been a hot seller (560 of the 600 cars produced so far have been sold) they haven’t yet had to implement the program nor offer any sort of heavy incentives on the “budget supercar,” as Bigland puts it.
The time has almost come for the 4C and 4C Spider’s lease program to be put in place, Bigland says, noting they will “probably,” launch it in the near future. Customers will be able to lease a 4C from one of the automaker’s 140 retail stores in the U.S. – which consist of about 120 Fiat/Alfa Romeo stores and 15 Maserati/Alfa Romeo stores in addition to the few standalone Alfa stores that are currently a work in progress.