Mole 001 turns Alfa-Romeo 4C into ‘supercar’ Alfa Romeo’s 4C has been restyled to look like a supercar by an Italian design house. The new Mole Costruzione Artigianale 001 is the work of Up Design of Turin.
The aim is to create a ‘supercar’ look by expanding the 4C’s dimensions and giving it aggressive new styling. Overall length has increased by almost 30cm, while it’s taller and wider than standard, too.
A new front end features diagonal LEDs, while the wings are accentuated by a sharply pointed shape, and the headlights now nestle in ‘buttresses’.
At the rear, the body side air intakes are smaller but are joined by new inlets in the roof buttresses. Small louvres are cut into the rear engine cover, while new taillight housings replace the 4C’s circular design and there are four stacked exhaust tailpipes. The interior has had a major makeover, with a two-tone tan-and-black retrim realised in carbonfibre and leather. The mechanical side of the car remains untouched.