We’ve tried to find fault with the new Alfa Romeo 4C. Yes, it will be expensive (think moderately-optioned Cayman S money), apparently won’t be available with a proper manual transmission, and the headlights look like they have some kind of infection. But on the whole, we expect it to be spectacular. Now we just have to hurry up and wait for a chance to drive this Italian Lotus fighter.
German tuner Pogea Racing, meanwhile, isn’t twiddling its collective thumbs between now and the beginning of 4C deliveries. It has been hard at work developing a gaggle of upgrade parts for Alfa’s newest sports car. And thankfully, these enhancements will be more than skin-deep.