PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Alfa Romeo is losing money, and its own executives admit its poor image for parts and service has caused it to lag behind the world's leading sports car makers. So what does it do? It rolls out a limited-edition sports car. Much to the excitement of fast-wheel lovers, Alfa Romeo unveiled the Alfa 8C Competizione at the Paris Auto Show this week. Named and designed in homage to the racers of yesteryear, the curvaceous two-seater has a 4.7-litre engine with ...
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