Pogea Racing creates crazy Alfa Romeo 4C ‘Centurion 007’ (video)

Alexi Falson

Here’s a riddle for you: What’s small, fast, and green all over? Why the Pogea Racing Alfa Romeo 4C Centurion 007 – The Green Arrow, of course.

Renowned tuners of Ferrari, Fiat and Abarth vehicles Pogea Racing has come up with its brightest Alfa Romeo 4C tuning project. Aside from the obvious aesthetic points to make, we’ll get to the powertrain.

Pogea Racing has tuned this little Alfa Romeo 1.75-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine up from 176kW and 350Nm to an impressive 247kW and 465Nm. These figures are lower than the previously tuned Nemesis from Pogea Racing, which turns the output up to 356kW/535Nm from a beefier 1.95-litre powertrain.

Back to the Green Arrow. Details offered up by Pogea Racing are limited, but what we can tell you for sure is that the Centurion 007 ‘Green Arrow’ is offered with either 18- or 19-inch forged XCUT wheels wrapped in Michelin rubber, rides on in-house KW suspension V23, and features full carbon elements on the bodywork.

The eye-catching paint job is courtesy of CDC International, and said to be inspired by the finish of the latest Aston Martin Vantage. Four layers of pearlescent green later, and the Arrow is ready to go.

Inside, the interior is dressed with the same leather you’d find in a Lamborghini, as well as Alcantara inserts. Green is of course the primary colour across the interior, making its way to the seats, steering wheel, door sills and centre console, which is broken up with a few black contrasts and some lashings of carbon fibre.

Pogea Racing says on its Facebook page that, “The most important thing for the client was to stand out. Being recognised… So he made the decision to leave the car with us – again, and make it special.”

“[We] came up with this super aggressive combination that is either an eye catcher or makes you wanna puke. But no matter what you do, this Alfa Romeo 4C based Centurion will leave marks in your eyes and in your brains.”

We can’t deny that. Again, no denying it. This is a polarising car, but you’ve got to give Pogea Racing a tip of the hat. If you’re hungry for more, there’s a short clip from Pogea Racing with some cool exterior and interior shots to give you an idea just how green this Green Arrow really is.

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