German tuner follows its red and black McLaren 12C memoR with this gorgeous baby blue and black model.
The German tuning house first unveiled its memoR tuning package for the McLaren 12C at last year's Geneva Motor Show, and subsequently showcased it on a model sporting a psychedelic multicolored paint scheme seemingly inspired by Jeff Koons' BMW M3 Art Car. Now it has revealed a stunning baby blue and black 12C wearing the same aftermarket elements. The aim of the memoR project is to reduce the supercar's concave surfaces, implement essential F1 features, adapt GT3 elements and create a relief with exciting light shade contrasts.
The result is a complete remake of the supercar, boasting a large front splitter, new front bumper with integrated LED lights, an aggressive hood with integrated air vents, upper and side wheel arch forced vents, ground effect door sills and an extended rear diffuser with large rear wing that combine to afford it aerodynamic balance as well as a new racing look. The tuner also fitted a triple exhaust and a set of 21-inch competition-style wheels. Interested parties should expect to pay in the region of 95,000 Euros plus tax for the memoR aftermarket package, which doesn't include any performance upgrades.