The whole package measures just 4 meters long, 2 meters wide, less than 1.2 meters tall and rides on a 2.4-meter wheelbase, placing it smaller than the Lotus Evora but bigger than the Elise. The chassis will be modulated through the Alfa DNA selector that includes the usual Dynamic, Normal and All Weather modes, as well as a new Race setting. As with the previous 8C Competizione, production of the 4C will be handled for Alfa Romeo by its sister-company Maserati. Also like the 8C, the new 4C is targeted to spearhead Alfa's return to the North American market. We'll believe it when we see it, but we'll be happy when we do.