We think the McLaren MP4-12C is almost close to perfection, a thing we can’t say about many supercars out there. Yet it seems there are a few tuners that would try to make it even better, like the Japanese tuning firm Office-K and FAB Design from Switzerland.
The MP4-12C refined by these two companies has received a brand new bodykit with redesigned front end with larger air intakes, side skirts, intakes with a carbon blade and a new rear bumper with diffuser. This supercar also features a new rear spoiler, mounted in front of the stock one, plus a new front spoiler mounted below the windscreen.
The package is completed by a new in-house stainless steel triple exhaust instead of the previous two-ways one; needless to say the car sounds way nicer now, it has also received a brand new set of FAB Design Evolution three-piece modular rims and a handsome roof scoop.
The interior has been covered in black leather with contrasting red accents, crocodile leather on the headliner, seats, armrest, foot wells and doors. There are also loads of carbon fiber trims and brand logos mounted in the car which disclose the fact that this is the 9th Terso edition finished so far. There’s no word on performance or costs, though.