Taking the roof off the 4C will add character and prestige to an otherwise controversial motor. Reviews have been suggesting this sportscar is not as fun to drive or direct as the sub-ton weight and no-assisted steering system would lead you to believe.
According to the same story, Alfa has finally designed a new headlight unit for the 4C as well. The current fixture is a cluster of LED held in place with carbon fiber, which not only makes the car look like a wannabe kit model, but has resulted in people calling it "bug eyed".
This is not the second but the third time we've heard of the 4C Spider and these updates for the car, as reports surfaced in December and October 2013. Fingers crossed, they appear to point to a Geneva debut.
A million miles of headroom, an Italian engine in the background and the promise of better headlights – that's more than enough to make us fall in love with the 4C again.