FAB Design to Bring Custom McLaren P1 and Lamborghini Aventador to Geneva

German car modifiers FAB Design are known for their radical approach to doing up a car, on top of their model choice that’s usually a super-fast supercar, especially ahead of international automotive events.

This year’s Geneva motor show will see them highlighting two projects, both based on hugely fast cars, though, ones in different leagues compared to one another: McLaren’s P1 and a Lamborghini Aventador.

Of the two, it’s the latter that will get the most radical makeover, from what we understand, though, to be fair, we’re more interested in seeing what they mean by “additional dynamics” in the case of the P1 – so far nobody has been able to get their hands on one and modify it in any way, though don’t expect anything too extreme.

The Lambo could end up looking a bit like this Mansory-modified one, or this one by DMC.

The tuner didn’t release any photos of either, but they should pop up within the next few days, most likely in live photo form.

By Andrei Nedelea

Note: Standard McLaren P1 pictured


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