/Geneva 2012: FAB Design McLaren MP4-12C

Geneva 2012: FAB Design McLaren MP4-12C

FAB Design McLaren MP4 12C 1 at Geneva 2012: FAB Design McLaren MP4 12C

There have been many tuned McLaren MP4-12C models at this year’s Geneva autoshow, each of which unique in more ways than one. Here’s Swiss tuner FAB Design’s take on the British super car, called the Terso. Like most other tuners, FAB went for a racing car body kit to try and liven things up a bit.

So the car gets a revised front-end with new bumper incorporating an air splitter, a roof scoop, very large side air intakes and new side skirts, and a heavily modified rear-end that is totally different than the standard car and features two massive air vents, a new diffuser, and much smaller taillights. There’s also a big carbon fiber wing to complete the racing look.

The Terso also benefits form a set of 20-inch wheels wrapped with Dunlop SP SportMaxx tires.

FAB Design has also tuned the biturbo V8 engine of the MP4-12C and managed to squeeze an extra 80 PS and 115 Nm of torque out of it. So with 680 PS and 715 Nm, the supercar can now make 100km/h from nought in 3.0 seconds dead, and achieve a top speed of more than 340km/h.

FAB Design McLaren MP4 12C 2 at Geneva 2012: FAB Design McLaren MP4 12C
FAB Design McLaren MP4 12C 3 at Geneva 2012: FAB Design McLaren MP4 12C

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