The successor of the MP4-12C, the McLaren 650S, has been recently updated by FAB Design.
We have always said that modifying an exotic vehicle is harder than you might think because there is a huge chance of screwing it up. This particular McLaren 650S, which has been signed by the guys from FAB Design, isn’t looking that good particularly despite receiving a lot of updates but we’re pretty sure that there will be buyers for such aftermarket parts. The supercar has received the new aerodynamic body kit with the wider front and rear wings, the enlarged air intakes, the new side skirts, the full carbon fiber roof, new front and rear spoilers and a larger diffuser.
Contributing to its look are the 20-inch EVOLUTION alloy wheels, which have been wrapped around in Dunlop tires, 275/35 and 325/30 front to rear. The tuner hasn’t released any interior images but it does say that the aluminum pedals have been added here, along with fine leather and carbon accents, amongst others. Chances performed to the supercar by the Swiss based company haven’t stopped here and a custom sports exhaust system has been added too. This has lifted the output of the 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 engine to a total of 700 HP (515 kW) and 722 Nm (533 lb-ft) of torque. The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint now takes 2.9 seconds. No pricing details on the modifications have been announced so far.