FCA’s Alfa Romeo Unveils Limited 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo Sportscar

Alfa Romeo, part of FCA in Auburn Hills, today unveiled the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo, inspired by the 1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, the brand’s legendary mid-engine sports car.
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4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo
Alfa Romeo has unveiled the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo. // Photo courtesy of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Alfa Romeo, part of FCA in Auburn Hills, today unveiled the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo, inspired by the 1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, the brand’s legendary mid-engine sports car.

Only 33 units of this limited-edition 4C Spider will be produced for North America.

Weighing close to 2,500 pounds, the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo offers a power-to-weight ratio of 10.4 lb/hp, and achieves 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds and a top speed of 160 mph.

The 2020 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo marks the final production run of the 4C Spider for North America. A price was not offered, but the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider has an MSRP of $68,745.

“Since its introduction in 2014, the 4C has been a halo vehicle for Alfa Romeo, exciting enthusiasts around the world and spearheading the relaunch of the brand in North America,” says Tim Kuniskis, global head of Alfa Romeo.

“The 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo is an instant Alfa Romeo classic that passes the torch to the next generation of iconic Alfa Romeo vehicles, including the upcoming Tonale PHEV crossover that will start production next year.”

The 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo comes exclusively in Rosso Villa d’Este tri-coat exterior color, with gray-gold 5-hole alloy wheels (18-inch front/19-inch rear) and composite sport seats covered in black Dinamica suede and tobacco leather.

The 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo’s cockpit features dedicated plaques on the dash, side sills, and center console, the last of which is progressively numbered. Customers also get treated to a matching, numbered book designed by Centro Stile (Design Center) that chronicles the 4C’s design concept, technology, materials, and Modena assembly facility as well as the history of the 33 Stradale.

The 4C’s racing pedigree is evident in its state-of-the-art Formula One-inspired carbon fiber monocoque chassis, presented for the first time in a red transparent finish. Further, much of the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo’s equipment, previously optional, comes standard, including an Akrapovic dual-mode center-mounted exhaust, race-tuned suspension, bi-xenon headlamps, battery charger, car cover, suede/leather seats and carbon fiber halo, rear wing and Italian flag mirror caps.

A similarly specified 4C Spider would carry an MSRP of thousands more. Completing the refined exterior treatment are new “Centro Stile Alfa Romeo” badges and available piano-black front air intake and rear diffuser.

The 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo’s advanced technologies include a 6-speed Alfa twin-clutch transmission and all-aluminum 1750cc turbocharged engine with direct-injection, dual intercoolers, and variable-valve timing, producing 237 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque.

Founded in 1910, Alfa Romeo has designed and crafted some of the most stylish and sporty cars in automotive history. The 1967 33 Stradale made its public debut at the Monza circuit on August 31, 1967, on the eve of the 1967 Formula One Italian Grand Prix.

Italian for “road-going,” and boasting a top speed of 162 mph, the 33 Stradale was a hand-built Franco Scaglione-penned mid-engine exotic based on the Tipo 33 race car that won its class at the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona. Only 18 chassis were ever produced, with most completed cars painted in Alfa’s signature red, with gray-gold wheels and black-and-tobacco interior.

To reserve or learn more about the 4C Spider 33 Stradale Tributo, contact sales@alfaromeo.com.

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