Love The Alfa Romeo 4C? See How These Guys Made It Even Better


Are we talking supercar performance here?

The 4C is Alfa Rome’s way of saying it’s back, for real this time. Although the 4C is being sold in ridiculously limited numbers in both the US and Europe, a few examples are still finding their way to aftermarket tuning firms. Pogea Racing just happens to be one of them. Starting with the 4C’s 1.75-liter turbocharged four banger, the American tuner has added its own Phase 1 package. Output has now been increased from 240 horsepower and 306 lb-ft of torque to 313 ponies and 321 lb-ft – and that’s just the entry-level kit.

Jump up to the top level performance kit and you’re looking at a new 0-62 mph time of only 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 187 mph. Yes, those specs are damn near supercar level. Along with the mechanical and performance enhancements, buyers can also add some carbon fiber visual enhancements such as a new front splitter and bumper. There’s also a new rear diffuser available and larger tailpipes.

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