Leading providers of car warranty in the UK, Click4Warranty have commented on the brand new four cylinder mini supercar from Alfa Romeo, claiming that it is an excellent response to a progressively ‘energy conscious’ and ‘technology obsessed’ society.
Technology patrons, TechRadar.com have recently passed their judgement on Alfa Romeo’s latest, and most ambitious, outing, the 4C. The question that the tech mag poses to its readers is ‘what place does a supercar have in a society which is eagerly pushing towards both technological advancement and environmental awareness?’ Supercars aren’t renowned for their environmental friendliness, nor are they famed for great detail in their extra features. Supercars tend to embody the spirit of ‘less is more’ in which an immaculately forged engine is paired with a beautifully carved chassis. But supercars have been taking on more and more as the demand for more tech and better economy increases.
According to TechRadar.com the new Alfa Romeo has returned the supercar to its roots by eliminating extraneous details. The technology hasn’t been implemented without consideration, rather every element is designed to provide the driver with the very best driving experience.
This is a huge plus for drivers who are seeking a new car with a purer driving experience. Whilst other, far more expensive cars have included busy dashboards and overcomplicated technology, the Alfa Romeo omits elements that make driving more of a chore. The Alfa Romeo makes driving the main event with all focus on making that an enjoyable experience. TechRadar points out that whilst its pretty carbon fibre core structure and alloy subframes are not a unique feature, it is the only car of its kind to include such a feature on a relatively low cost car.
The frame allows the car to sport a smaller 1.7 litre, four cylinder engine. The combination of the engine and the light weight frame allows the car an impressive 237bhp and a 160mph limit. In addition to impressive engine specs, the interior contains a fully configurable LCD panel that allows you to switch between different modes of driving with virtual dials and a DNA toggle button. What the 4C does lack, according to TechRadar, is a good multimedia system.
As leading providers of car warranty, Click4Warranty are always watching out for new cars and motoring news. As a fan of Alfa Romeo’s previous models, one spokesperson for the company responded:
‘Overall TechRadar.com provide us with a good insight into the Alfa Romeo 4C, and claim that it is a fantastic car for ‘purists’ who enjoy getting really involved in the actual act of driving. As a supercar it comes in at a low price and offers an interesting alternative to other supercars.
‘When buying supercars one of the main issues that arises is just how quickly they devalue after they’ve left the forecourt. Alfa Romeo GAP warranty can protect cars from decreased value in the event of an incident and new car warranty can help you reduce the risk of losing money in the event of an accident.’
Click4Warranty is recognised as the nation’s original and best warranty provider. Highly respected and trusted, the UK based firm has delivered thousands of innovative products over the past 20 years to a profile of very satisfied customers. Click4Warranty is the only online provider focused on providing quality, flexible insurance products to our consumers. As well as being FCA registered the company is also a member of the Financial Ombudsman service (FOS) and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
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