The fancy name aside, the model is instantly recognizable as last year’s Geneva motor show astonishing appearance – the three second McLaren 650S Spider.
FAB Design have opted to use the 2015 edition of the same Geneva auto show to reveal in front of the wide audience the VAYU RPR Spider, a tuned version of the beautiful open top – complete with a very aggressive body kit and the utterly necessary (!) performance upgrade. While the matte black paint job will not be on everyone’s shopping list, the model has enough to impress us: wider front and rear arches, tweaked side skirts, bigger air intakes to compliment the new front spoiler. At the back, next to the new bumper the McLaren 650S Spider also got a muscular diffuser and a new rear spoiler, notable mostly for its split design. FAB Design’s Evolution model 20-inch rims adorn the flanks and they use Dunlop tyres in 275/25ZR20 for the front axle and 325/30ZR20 for the rear one. Besides the lightweight wheels, the FAB Design VAYU RPR Spider also has a brand new stainless steel aluminium tailpipe with three pipes that alone bring a power increase of 32 hp.
The interior is – incredibly – more serious and restrained than the exotic exterior, with a new aluminium pedal system, carbon fiber trim and new leather details. Hand-crafted embroidered FAB Design logos adorn the floor mats and head rests. In case you forgot, the 650S Spider kicks off at 212,250 British pounds and has an astonishing twin-turbo V8 3.8-liter engine that churns out 650 HP (478 kW) and 678 Nm (500 lb-ft) of torque. It’s enough to hit 62 mph in just three seconds and will top out at 204 mph after breaking the 0-124 mph (200 km/h) barrier in 8.6 seconds.