Alfa Romeo released most of the details on its new 4C sports coupe a couple of weeks ago, but they only included a few images to paw over. Now we're finally getting to see some more shots of the car, including our first official look at the interior. The glimpse inside the 4C shows us details we did not see in recent spy shots, details like the flat-bottomed steering wheel with paddle shifters, awesome leather-strap door pulls, heavily bolstered sport seats and copious amounts of exposed carbon fiber.
The new images don't provide a better look at the pushbutton gear selector or the digital instrument gauge cluster, but they do confirm that at least some models will use a traditional ignition key and a manual parking brake. The shots also give us some new exterior angles from which to admire this clean shape. Of course, we only have to wait until next week's Geneva Motor Show to see the 4C in person, so sit tight, we'll shortly bring you plenty of detailed shots of this exciting new coupe.