The aftermarket specialists from Pogea Racing have pulled the wraps off their newest creation, an updated version of the Alfa Romeo 4C.
The 4C is every Alfa Romeo’s fan dream car, along with the new Giulia and probably the extremely rare 8C, so talking about tuning with these guys is absolutely insane. But what if we’d tell you that the 4C can be modified without being ruined? If you don’t believe us, just take a look at the small photo gallery posted below and learn that the car in question has been signed by Pogea Racing.
This Alfa Romeo 4C has received carbon fiber made front and rear bumpers, a subtle rear spoiler, a rear diffuser, 101 mm tailpipes offered in four versions with carbon fiber of stainless steel and with or without flaps and silencers, custom L2 components to the double wishbone MacPherson strut setup and several other goodies. Under its hood, Pogea Racing has added a 2-stage motor upgrade and Stage 1 is offering a total of 289 HP and 415 Nm of torque, which is more than what the standard 1.75 liter four-cylinder unit has to offer, 237 HP and 350 Nm of torque. If this is still not enough to satisfy your needs, than you can always go for Stage 2, which is bringing the total output to 308 HP and 435 Nm of torque. Unfortunately no performance or pricing details have been released so far.