Alfa Romeo could axe the 4C coupe after its 2018 model year runs out, leaving the 4C Spider to carry the brand's two-seat torch.
After reports from the USA said the 4C Coupe will be killed in North America next year, Autocar has quoted Sergio Marchionne calling the model's future into question.
The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider will cost $99,000 plus on-road costs when it arrives in Australian showrooms in November.
The price tag makes the new convertible $10K more expensive than the 4C coupe that has been on sale since February.
The 4C Spider’s party piece is its removable soft-top roof, which can be stored in in a specially designed storage bag in the luggage compartment when not in use.