Alfa Romeo Mole Costruzione Artigianale Review

The latest creation of Italian Mole Automobile called the Alfa Romeo Costruzione Artigianale 001.  Derived from the style of the 4C, this rare creation is designed with a particular bodywork that combines Alfa Romeo’s latest innovations with superior supercar lines taken from the iconic Zagato rear style.


The rear taillights go from round to a Zagato-style teardrop shape and up front the nose protrudes more, while keeping the signature triangle grille. The vehicle also features the 4C carbon fiber tube. The sides get more body lines, too, and gain the flying buttress-style back hatch. Some would say it looks much angrier. It has a bit of a Lotus vibe – though the 4C always did, this design is stretched out even more.

Up Design, along with assistance from the Adler Group, suppliers located in Italy, worked on the interior, adding new colors and materials, while keeping the basics, 4C nature alive. The dashboard is applied with leather and HVAC controls along with air vents replaced with aluminum. Every angle this vehicle embraces reflects a truly incredible design.

There has not been a confirmation on the specifications, but it is assumed that the powertrain remains the same with the new design. Which would imply that the 1.75 litre inline 4 cylinder engine remains to produce 237 hp with a 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds. This gave the 4C a top speed of 160 mph (257 km/h).

The Mole Costruzione Artigianale is a one-off which makes this vehicle even more rare. Check out the gallery to discover and see the features of the innovative vision Alfa Romeo released.

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