Alfa Romeo 4C, the stunning beauty which marked the Alfa’s resurrection from the dead, just got coach-built by an Italian company Mole Automobiles. Already beautiful car got converted into a gem by carefully molding design lines into much more aggressively shaped contours.
Their version of 4C implemented some of the elements from the new generation of Alfa’s, like the V-shaped grille, and front bumper vents.
While Mole Automobiles did an astonishing job exterior wise, they left something to be desired when it comes to interior.
The somewhat unorthodox design of center console, matched with contrasting colors give it an impression of 90’s era low production cars. However, their job is coach-building, and that part they did perfectly.
As you might’ve already guessed, they didn’t do any improvements under the hood as well. They kept an original power train – the 1.75-liter turbocharged engine which pushes out 237 horses.
Since this was purely demonstration of their skills, improving on the powertrain would be redundant.
This was purely an exhibition for Mole Automobiles and they are going to keep this stunning 4C called the Costruzione Artigianale 001 one-off.
Whether you like it or not, it does capture that Alfa Romeo character, and while we still prefer the original, having this stunner in a garage wouldn’t be too bad either.