Pogea Racing is well known for taking Fiat and Alfa Romeo products to the extreme, both in terms of design and performance. Its latest effort, based on the Alfa Romeo 4C and dubbed the Green Arrow, is yet another example. The special 4C boasts green metallic paint from an Aston Martin Vantage and leather upholstery from a Lamborghini.

The multilayer paint-job is applied over carbon-fibre body panels, including redesigned front and rear bumpers with pretty aggressive design elements. For added protection, the body has been finished in a coat of Glasurit ultra scratch-proof covering. The engine decklid has also been replaced, with Pogea adding a scoop and cooling vents (which seemingly sacrifice rear visibility).

In addition, the firm has added a set of 18-inch front and 19-inch rear XCUT forged alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin rubber. The Pogea-fettled KW suspension, meanwhile, provides added stance and ostensibly improved handling.

The Green Arrow's turbocharged 1,75-litre four-cylinder engine has been pushed to deliver 248 kW and 465 N.m of torque (up from the standard 177 kW and 350 N.m) thanks to a spot of in-house chip tuning.

Plenty of custom work has been performed in the cabin as well. Here you’ll notice the aforementioned Lamborghini-sourced green leather seats and door upholstery, while Alcantara has been used to finish the steering wheel. Pogea Racing floor mats with green contrast stitching are fitted for that final touch...