The widebody project was unveiled at Geneva, now Hamann has released a full gallery of pictures.
Hamman unveiled the memoR MP4-12C tuning program at this year's Geneva Motor Show, and the German tuning outfit has now revealed some new pictures of their styling package. The tuning specialist's agenda for their take on the MP4-12C was to reduce the supercar's concave surfaces, implement essential F1 features, adapt GT3 elements both aesthetically and functionally, 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. Finally, the Germans fitted a triple exhaust and two different 21-inch wheel sets to the memoR. No performance upgrades to the supercar's 3.8-liter V8 was made with its 592hp and 443lb-ft of torque deemed sufficient.