McLaren 12C Chimera by FAB Design

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The Swiss tuner’s latest creation for the 12C will be showcased on home soil at the Geneva Motor Show.

Swiss tunerFAB Design has followed up its highly acclaimed Terso widebody kit for theMcLaren 12C with a less dramatic program dubbed the MP4 Chimera that willpremiere at the Geneva Motor Show. Key to thebody kit was aerodynamic efficiency and weight optimization, achieved usingultra-light carbon GFK components, such as the front spoiler made from visiblecarbon-fiber that channels air to the vents while giving the supercar a loweredappearance.

Other new additions include a wind splitter atop the roof, visible carbon-fiber side skirts, a carbon rear diffuser and a triple-flow exhaust system for the new rear apron that gives the 12C an additional 15 horses. FAB Design prices the styling kit at 16,900 Euros. Also new, is a set of three-part FAB Evoline alloys staggered at 20 inches up front and 21 inches at the rear, as well as a selection of orange-colored carbon components and orange stitching for the interior.

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