Pogea Racing Tunes Unsold Alfa 4C

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The Alfa Romeo 4C isn't even in showrooms. But that hasn't stopped Pogea Racing from unveiling an aftermarket package for the low-slung sports car.

German tuning house Pogea Racing has managed to create a comprehensive aftermarket program for the Alfa Romeo 4C even though the hotly-anticipated sports car has yet to hit the showroom floor. And its holistic approach starts with a bump in performance for the 1.75-liter turbocharged, direct-injection four-cylinder engine. By adding new turbos, a tubular exhaust manifold, a new exhaust system and a remapped ECU, the tuner claims a power hike from 250 hp and 260 lb-ft to 415 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque.

To keep all that extra power in check the chassis is enhanced with suspension kits developed with KW, DCC and Clubsport, and special edition 19- and 20-inch wheels. Pogea has also created a carbon-fiber aero kit and a custom interior made of carbon-fiber, leather and aluminum.

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