Pogea Racing releases a hardcore upgrade for the Alfa Romeo 4C
The German tuner workshop Pogea Racing has issued a Nemesis upgrade package for the luxurious two-door coupe Alfa Romeo 4C. The vehicle sustained both optical and technical improvements.
Compared against the production model, Nemesis offers a selection between 18” and 19” designer wheels, an extensive aerodynamic body kit, and a new exhaust system with carbon pipes.
The passenger compartment is dominated by an all-digital dash panel with laconically styled instruments. The trimming is high-grade leather with occasional Alcantara inserts.
As for the powertrain, the Pogea Racing engineer team nearly outdid themselves there. They expanded the engine volume by ¼ of a liter, swapped the turbocharger with a better one, made optimizations to the cylinder assembly and the crankshaft group, and installed new, larger exhaust valves. This resulted in a net performance increase of 240 hp (179 kW), bringing the engine’s total up to 477 hp (356 kW). The car lost a full second in its acceleration benchmark and now does 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in just 3.9 seconds.
Only five copies of the Alfa Romeo 4C Nemesis will be produced. Prices will be available later.