Italian Car Maker, The Alfa Romeo preparing they’re surprised for the Sports cars Market, We have something interesting to talk about the Rumors that had been Confirm by Company itself, The New Version of Alfa Romeo 8C will release in the next 2022. As we all know the last edition of this Alfa Romeo 8C release eight-year ago, so the next one will completely different.
The Next 2022 Alfa Romeo 8C is going to come with a mid-engine setup, which explains why the roof slopes down towards the rear way it does. There’s only going to be two seats inside the car because that rear section is going to be occupied by the supercargo’s beating heart.
That could mean the new 8C will get dynamic and cutting-edge versions of the lighting setup that the Giulia and Stelvio received As far as the front and rear designs go, we’re drawing on the same straws as most of you are. I do think that, given the evolved style of the Giulia and the Stelvio, the new 8C will look less like its own predecessor and more like the new models it’s joining in the coming years.
That could mean the new 8C will get dynamic and cutting-edge versions of the lighting setup that the Giulia and Stelvio received. Alfa’s triangular grille should remain in place as it does on all of the company’s models. Expect the supercar, though, to get an aggressive-looking bumper with edgy intakes. Maybe a lip spoiler even makes an appearance. The rear section should also feature its own dynamic taillight structure, and while the teaser image doesn’t show it, I wouldn’t be surprised if a rear spoiler is added into the car’s design. An aggressive diffuser is likely, too, as do multiple quad exhaust tips.
Interior, Cabin, and Tech
Interior space isn’t going to be one of the 8C’s strong suits. But that shouldn’t be a problem for those who understand that this thing is a supercar. There should still be enough space for two people, but as with most performance cars, whatever space is given is usually dressed to the nines in a swath of bespoke materials. We already know the kind of materials — standard leather and Alcantara seats — Alfa Romeo used on the Giulia, so I expect the automaker to dial up the use of premium materials on the 8C. I’m not even opposed to carbon fiber because a lot of supercar makers use it already. A generous sprinkling of all three is likely, though I would be more impressed if Alfa also threw in some really exotic materials to give the 8C a totally different interior experience compared to other Alfa models.
On the tech front, a digital display unit is all but certain. The 2019 Giulia comes with a standard 8.8-inch display so a similar-sized display should find its way inside the 8C. It’s also possible that a bigger display is eventually developed. I’m not opposed to that, either. The usual array of knob, dials, and buttons are going to make their appearances, too.
The general hope I have is that Alfa Romeo’s going to look back at the interior of the 8C Competizione and strive to make a better one on the new model. As beautiful as the 8C Competizione’s design was, it arguably had one of the cheapest-looking cabins of any car from that era. Here’s to hoping that the interior design on the new 8C is going to be better than its predecessor.
The new Alfa Romeo 8C will be powered by a twin-turbo engine and an electric motor on the front axle. The hybrid setup gives the 8C a total of more than 700 horsepower, good enough to help it accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than three seconds.
That’s the headline here, folks. The Alfa Romeo 8C will have more than 700 horsepower at its disposal. That effectively makes it a supercar on part with the likes of the Lamborghini Aventador and the McLaren 720S. This is an Alfa Romeo! Who knew this day would come?
It would’ve been better if Alfa divulged a little bit more details, but don’t let that disappointment drag you down. A 700-horsepower Alfa Romeo with a hybrid setup is going to break the Internet when it arrives.
Price For 2022 Alfa Romeo 8C
It is worth noting, though, that the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione was sold in the U.S. for a whopping $300,000. And that was a decade ago. Lord knows how much the new 8C is going to cost, but if it’s going to have everything that Alfa Romeo has promised, it’s not going to come cheap. Of course, We will know the real cost in the next few years.