Umberto Palermo Design reveals its own rendition of Alfa Romeo 4C
Alfa Romeo has made repeated statements that it won’t be releasing another generational update of the Alfa Romeo 4C sport coupe series. The Italian tuners from Umberto Palermo Design found the situation rather lamentable and soon presented their own vision of the series.
The new Alfa Romeo 4C Mole Construction Artisan 001 looks quite formidable with its brand-new aerodynamic kit, restyled headlights and sturdy-looking glossy-black wheels.
The interior is mostly orange and black and makes use of some carbon fiber alongside natural leather. Strangely, even though the car has a 100% digital dashboard, it still makes do without an infotainment display.
Umberto Palermo Design never revealed any engine performance data, which should mean that the Alfa Romeo 4C has retained its stock 1.75-liter V4 turbo engine with 240 hp / 180 kW. Who knows, though, maybe it did get a performance boost after all.
In an earlier story, we told you that Alfa Romeo was going to revive its legendary GTV and 8C series. The former should be capable of up to 700 hp / 522 kW in terms of performance, while the latter is going to offer up to 600 hp / 450 kW.
Apart from these two, the manufacturer expects to release several brand-new car models by 2022.
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