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McLaren 12C Spider Terso by FAB Design

Submitted by on February 5, 2013 – 3:08 pmOne Comment


FAB Design have just revealed their new program for the McLaren 12C Spider, which is called the Terso. The FAB Design McLaren 12C Spider Terso had its world debut at the 2013 Tokyo auto show and it’s going to be available in only 10 units.

FAB Design made extensive aerodynamic modifications for the Terso 12C Spider. At the front, the Terso MP4-12C Spider comes with a new bumper with large air intakes and a carbon fiber skirt. FAB Design’s MP4-12C Spider Terso comes with wider wheel arches, new side intakes, a new rear bumper with larger vents and a modified diffuser, as well as with a large rear wing, in addition to the car’s factory one. Some of the exterior body parts are made from carbon fiber. The car sits on 20-inch three-part forged wheels and Dunlop SP SportMaxx tires. For the interior of the McLaren 12C Spider, Fab Design is offering various leather, Alcantara, carbon or aluminum parts, sport seats and a new steering wheel.

The FAB Design McLaren 12C Spider Terso is equipped with a stainless steel sports exhaust with a 3-chamber carbon tail pipe and a re-programmed ECU. According to FAB Design, the 12C Spider Terso develops 680 PS and 715 Nm. Thanks to the extra umpf, the supercar can accelerate from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3 seconds and to reach a top speed of 343 km/h.

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