Not being a successful product in today’s sports car market doesn’t make the Alfa Romeo 4C a complete failure. In fact, the car is proven to be more honored among modifiers, one of which is Pogea Racing who made the 4C beautifully shining in acid green.
The car tuning company has previously modified several Alfa Romeo 4Cs, but its latest creation is clearly the most striking one. Not only the 4C looks flashy, but it also features Pogea’s Centurion tuning kit. The new 1.75-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine raises output to 332 HP and 343 lb-ft of torque.
If you wonder where did this greeny idea come from, it was actually inspired by the pretty-looking 2019 Aston Martin Vantage. So the tuner wanted the 4C to be surrounded by shades of green too. And with the help of those round lined lights, a stunning sight can be displayed to captivate our eyes.
The retuned 4C got its exterior complemented with black wheels, red brake calipers, an upgraded diffuser, and a rear wing. The engine hood has also been redesigned and you can see bespoke taillights planted behind.
The interior is just as impressive with an overhauled cabin by Speedfire Design. A combination of green leather and black Alcantara can be noticed, as well as black piping and lots of carbon fiber.
All these changes literally make the 4C much more likeable than it used to be. And for those who believe that 332 HP isn’t attractive enough, Pogea Racing has the Nemesis tuning kit stroking the engine to 1.95-liters, upgrading the turbocharger and other performance elements to boost the output to 477 HP and 395 lb-ft of torque.