That bright green paint job is going to be polarizing.
After revealing the sinister-looking Alfa Romeo 4C Nemesis a while back, aftermarket specialist Pogea Racing has revealed its latest take on the Italian mid-engined sports car, and it's probably going to be polarizing.
Dubbed the "Centurion 007 – The Green Arrow", this is the greenest Alfa Romeo 4C you're ever likely to see. The eye-catching finish features four layers of paint and a pearlescent finish in a shade of green inspired by the new Aston Martin Vantage's Lime Essence launch color. Clearly, whoever commissioned this car wanted to stand out from the crowd.
Pogea Racing even admits the car won't suit everyone's taste, saying it's "either an eye-catcher or makes you wanna puke." The tuner adds it will "leave marks in your eyes and in your brains," and it's hard to disagree with that. Other exterior modifications include red brake calipers, black wheels, a rear wing, revised engine cover, bespoke taillights, and a new diffuser.
If you were hoping the interior would be more refined, the cabin color matches the exuberant exterior. The same shade of green has been applied throughout the cabin, from the leather seats, dashboard and door panels, to the steering wheel, complemented with black Alcantara and exposed carbon fiber.
While the Alfa Romeo 4C's turbocharged four-cylinder engine develops 237 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque in standard spec, Pogea Racing has increased the output to 332 hp and 343 lb-ft of torque. If you want even more power, the company's Nemesis tuning package offers 477 hp and 395 lb-ft of torque, which should ease the wait for thenew mid-engined 8C supercar to arrive
Unfortunately, lackluster sales have resulted in the Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe being killed off in America next year, but the 4C Spider will live on - at least for now.