It beats them all, no matter whether the current Porsche 911, BMW M4 or Mercedes AMG GT! We're talking about the new performance car from Pogea Racing based on the Alfa Romeo 4C. With an acceleration to 100 km/h in only 3.9 seconds the purist sports car with a top speed of over 300 km/h will, in all events, cause many an astonished look.
With a form that wakes emotions and a fighting weight significantly under 1000 kilograms the standard ex-works Alfa Romeo 4C is already a sporty Italian. "In my point of view there are always opportunities for optimisation", says Pogea, "Our Centurion seems an impressive way of proving this."
The 1.8 litre four cylinder engine with ex-works 240 bhp/177 kW and 350 newton metre was re-engineered in two phases: In "Phase1" the team coaxed 293 bhp/216 kW and a torque of 415 newton metre from the turbo charged engine, in "Stage 1 Plus" even as much as 313 bhp/230 kW and an immense torque of 435 Nm. With these modifications the virulent Southern European reaches 100 km/h in the 3.9 seconds mentioned at the beginning, after 14.4 seconds it has broken the 200 km/h sound barrier. The acceleration experience only end when 301 km/h have been reached, the standard version gives in to the air resistance at 258 km/h.
Source: Pogea Press Release