Alfa Romeo, the Italian car maker company, has a reputation in building expensive sports cars. This sort of car is the Alfa Romeo Mito, a vehicle that draws attention of every sport car lover. Maybe this is exactly why Vilner, the Bulgarian tuning firm, chose to work on this precise car, offering it some extra personality to distinguish it from the stock vehicles.
The Bulgarian experts from Vilner are well known worldwide for their talent in upgrading the interior of vehicles. But know the Alfa Romeo Mito has also gained some additional power. The car is powered by the 1.4-liter turbocharged engine, which in the basic model outputs 155 hp (114kW) and 230 Nm (170 lb-ft) of torque. Vilner added 45 hp and 49 Nm of torque and reached to a total of 200 hp (147kW) and 279 Nm (206 lb-ft) of torque. The additional power comes from an optimized ECU.
When it comes to style changes, the tuner decided on a red lacquer exterior finish with a pearl effect for the Alfa Romeo Mito. Contrasting to this, the side mirrors, door handles, grills, taillight rings and diffuser are covered in a black finish. The sporty car rides on a set of bespoke 17-inch alloy wheels and features a matte gray exhaust system. On the inside, the Mito features carbon fiber trim parts, Nappa leather, and new seatbelts. Some of the plastic elements have received a metal like aluminum look. Vilner set the correct price for the upgraded Mito at 13,000 EUR.
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