The guys from Pogea Racing have worked on the Alfa Romeo 4CFebruary 25, 2019
Italian supercar received an additional 109 hp capacity, as well as “lost” by 100 kg. The maximum speed is 304 km / h.
German tuning company Pogea Racing is not the first time engaged in the modernization of the Italian coupe Alfa Romeo 4C – over the past few years, they have presented several improvements for this car. Their latest creation is probably the best of all. According to representatives of the company, they were able to raise the rear-wheel drive car to a new height in terms of total power and new weights in terms of weight.
The new program of improvements was named Zeus, it offers many improvements that turn the 4C coupe into an alternative version of Quadrifoglio, which the guys from Alfa Romeo never want to do.
The 4-cylinder, 1.75-liter turbocharged engine now boasts 346 hp. powers that are reached at 6,100 rpm and 458 Nm of torque. Additional power appeared after the installation of a modified turbocharger, a modernized high-pressure pump and injectors, as well as an exhaust system made of stainless steel with carbon fiber pipes. Before the first 100 km/h, the coupe now accelerates 1.1 seconds faster – in 3.4 seconds. Top speed also increased dramatically to an impressive 304 km / h.
Zeus is also much easier, as engineers from Pogea Racing were able to reduce the total weight by 100 kilograms, thanks to the use of carbon fiber. Coupe lost the sound system and some other unnecessary things, in the end, the car weighs 904 kg. In addition, the tuners also worked on the exterior of the Alfa Romeo 4C.
Some time ago, the guys from the tuning studio Pogea Racing presented a 477-hp version of the Italian Maserati GranCabrio convertible.
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