FAB Design brought over two modified supercars to the Geneva motor show of 2014, though, one was far more special than the other… Despite the fact that they painted the Lamborghini Aventador they called the “Spridon” a striking shade of lime green, it was probably the subtly modded McLaren P1 that garnered more attention.
It features a series of specially created carbon-fiber bolt-ons that seamlessly blend with the car’s factory look. There’s even an extra spoiler fitted to the water-retaining factory unit and it reportedly makes it produce even more downforce, not that McLaren could not have done so on its own, if it deemed that the car needed any more than 600 kg (at 160 miles per hour 256 km/h)…
Another part of the car they fiddled with are the rims, which you may have noticed don’t look like the regular ones the P1 comes with. That’s because they aren’t, having been created in Australia by Crbon Revolution, in order reduce the unsprung mass and further improve on the P1’s mad cornering capabilities.
The green Lambo gets a much more thorough exterior makeover, with what is practically a completely revised look that genuinely makes it look different(-ly proportioned) to a regular Aventador – the nose looks a bit longer, doesn’t it?
By Andrei Nedelea
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