An Alfa 4C with mole-optic
Turin (Italy), 5. June 2018
After the recently announced five-year plan of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) gets the Alfa Romeo 4C will have no successor. However, the approximately four-metre-long sports coupé (there's also a Spider) still inspire the designers. This is a stunning show car, which was now presented by the Adler Group (a specialist for interior decoration of Naples) and Up Design, the Turin design company of Umberto Palermo, is proof of this.
The Alfa Romeo Mole Costruzione Artigianale 001, the cumbersome Name, the design Studio for expressive forms. The Italian word Mole means mole, which fits well with the up raised the muzzle of the car. The Rest of the Name stands for fine craftsmanship, particularly in the interior, with its leather interior.
Interior lots of leather and some Carbon
In the interior much of the Know-how of the Adler Group, is proud of its Expertise in the processing of Carbon and leather. The published Cockpit image shows a two-tone leather interior in Orange and dark grey, the doors, a carbon cladding can be seen. Other parts, such as the control of the air-conditioning, seem to be not finished yet here the designers have incorporated apparently plastic Dummies. The technology of the car, there is still no information. The normal 4C will be powered by a 1.8-Liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 240 horsepower and 350 Newton-meters of torque. The Standard sprint takes only 4.5 seconds, top speed is 258 km/h. (sl)