We always felt that the 4C could use a more potent Quadrifoglio version, even though Alfa Romeo didn’t, but as it turns out, Pogea Racing was on the same page as us.
The tuner has given the 4C — which it’s renamed Nemesis — a pretty substantial tweak. The unfettled 1.75-litre blown four-pot produces 237 horses but following a poke here and a prod there along with the addition of a new turbocharger, the displacement has jumped to 1.95-litres and its new output is an incredible 477 horses! It can hit 100kph from rest in 3.6 seconds and aside from the oily bits, it also gets an aerodynamic body kit with lots of carbon fibre, a large rear wing and it rides on new alloys measuring 18in at the front and 19in at the back.
The interior has been spruced up too with black and red leather and alcantara materials and if you like what you see, you better hurry — it will be limited to just five units.