Facelifted Alfa Romeo 4C with Custom Design Tweaks by UP Design

Coach builder from Italy, Umberto Palermo Design, or simply put UP Design, is well-known for its extravagant builds on Alfa Romeo models and not only. The company`s recent work of art has been on the Alfa Romeo 4C, the Facelift variant.

With the new visual add-ons, the Alfa Romeo 4CC in question looks more aggressive, extremely modern and way too gorgeous. It looks perhaps exactly the way it should have been in stock production.

As we can depict from the media gallery below, the aftermarket specialist from UP Design have added a Giulia-like front fascia with new headlights and the company`s traditional grille, which is now more prominent with the large under spoiler.

Moving towards the back, the car`s sided have received more dynamic skirts and updated pillars and quarter panels. As for the rear end, UP Design have added a more aggressive fascia, new headlights, retro-inspired engine cover, as well as an 8C-features bumper and tailpipe system.

Inside, the cabin also looks flashy with the new upgrades. For that, the tuner partnered Adler, another important aftermarket shop that deals with interior customizations.

The professionals added high-quality carbon fiber with two-tone colour scheme in black and tan with contrast stitching. there is also the silver painted plastic which replaces the plastic switch gear and a couple of more details.

As for performance upgrades, the tuner has not announced any. This means that the car is taking its power from the same 1.75-liter turbocharged flat-four engine with 270 horsepower. You can find out more details about the UP Design`s new aero kit on the gorgeous Alfa Romeo 4C facelift in the media gallery below. Enjoy and don’t forget to tell us if you like the project!

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Written by Eduard Huma

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