Alfa Romeo has released a handful of pictures that detail the construction process of the 2014 4C.

Alfa Romeo has released a handful of pictures that detail the construction process of the 2014 4C.

Built at Maserati's Modena plant, the 4C is built in dedicated workshops that handle everything from body fitting to final assembly.

The body fitting area is where the car comes to life as employees fit the carbon monocoque to the front and rear chassis. Further down the line, workers install the roof and windshield frame to ensure the "body in white" is ready to move onto the Measuring room where it undergoes more than 400 quality assurance checks.

Once the body in white is approved, it is painted and then attached to rotating jig for final assembly. Throughout this process, the jig lifts and rotates itself to the proper position to ensure workers can "better apply their manual skills."

When the car exits the assembly area, it undergoes an extensive testing regime to make sure everything works. The car is then road-tested for 40km (25 miles) before being sent to a finishing area to prepare it for delivery.

As a refresher, the Alfa Romeo 4C is powered by a 1.75-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 240 HP (176 kW) and 258 lb-ft (350 Nm) of torque. It is connected to a dual-clutch transmission which enables the model to accelerate from 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 4.5 seconds and hit a top speed in excess of 155 mph (250 km/h).

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