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Alfa Romeo releases European pricing for 4C, Honda issues recall for airbag problems in some Odysseys, Bugatti confirms Veyron successor

Alfa Romeo has priced its highly anticipated 4C, the first Alfa to return to Canadian shores in decades, within spitting distance to its sports coupe rivals, Automotive News Europe reports.

Alfa says the 4C will start at 53,000 euros, which means when it finally arrives in Canada, it could start at around the $74,000 mark. The Porsche Cayman S starts at $72,900, while the Jaguar F-Type starts at $76,900 and the BMW Z4 sDrive35i starts at $63,900.

While the 4C is in the stages of being rolled out to lucky Europeans, Canadians won’t get a crack at the sexy rear-wheel-drive coupe until early next year. (Stay tuned for our First Drive, though, because we’ll get a chance to drive it in the coming days.)

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