Calling a lean and fit car like the Alfa 4C a Centurion is a bit of a leap, but German tuner Pogea Racing believes what they’ve done to the Italian car does indeed turn it into something akin to one. Packing 313 horsepower, Pogea Racing Alfa Romeo 4C is significantly quicker than the standard version.
The standard Alfa 4C, as you know, comes with a 1.75 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine developing 240 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque. After the Stage 1 program is applied to Pogea Racing Alfa Romeo 4C, however, that Centurion can make 293 horsepower and 415 Nm of torque.
That is good power and a very decent boost over what you get out of the box. But Pogea has another trick up its sleeve called “Stage 1 Plus” named so probably to leave room for an even more potent Stage 2 in the future. This one makes 313 horsepower and a full 450 Nm of torque. With the second kit installed, Pogea Racing Alfa Romeo 4C Centurion can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds, to 200 km/h in 14.4 seconds, and reach a top speed of 301 km/h.
In terms of styling, Pogea Racing has equipped their 4C with a custom body kit consisting of a new front bumper featuring a prominent lip spoiler, revised rear fascia, new diffuser and a fixed rear wing. The kit is made from carbon fiber and can generate 35 kg of downforce at 160 km/h. By: motorward