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This Italian Sports Car Looks Like It Wants To Eat Your Face Off

Pogea Racing’s limited edition model is for purists.

The Alfa Romeo 4C isn’t the most well-known sports car on the road today, but it’s one of the most thrilling purist cars an enthusiast can buy. With its lightweight body, turbocharged engine and old-school ways, the 4C is an affordable sports car that will give you the same experience as a supercar. To provide enthusiasts the same Italian supercar feeling, Pogea Racing has gone to work on making the 4C a little more insane with engine and exterior parts.

Pogea Racing has created the 4C Centurion 1Plus, which makes the sports car a little more like its more expensive and powerful Italian brothers. Under the hood, the 4C’s 1.75-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine gets 310 hp and 336 lb-ft of torque. That’s an increase of roughly 70 hp over the stock engine, which has decreased the zero to 62 mph time to a scant 3.8 seconds. Top speed has also been increased by an extra 29 mph to a blistering 189 mph. In addition to the performance upgrades, the special edition 4C gets a new carbon fiber body kit that allows the sports car to make up to 77 lbs. of extra downforce. The 4C Centurion 1Plus costs $87,100 and only ten units will be built.

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