FAB Design Updates McLaren 650S In Time For Geneva

After playing around with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe Ethon, FAB Design has switched brands and went for the McLaren 650S.

Finished in black with red accents, the machine, dubbed Vayu GTR Coupe, benefits from an aerodynamic body kit that includes beefier bumpers, muscular side skirts, custom rear wing, additional air intakes on the sides and a roof scoop, many of them made from carbon fiber.

A new set of 20-inch alloy wheels, wrapped in 275/25 front and 325/30 rear Dunlop Sport Maxx tires, along with a larger diameter dual-tips custom exhaust system, complete the exterior design. Inside, the supercar can receive carbon fiber accents, several leather upholstery finishes and a set of aluminum pedals.

The 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, found on the rest of the McLaren lineup, has been massaged to produce an extra 32 PS (32HP) in this case, to a total of 682 PS (672 HP). FAB Design says that the upgrades are available for both the 650S Coupe and Spider and for their predecessors too, the MP4-12C and 12C Spider.

Details such as performance, availability or pricing haven’t been announced yet, but we should learn more about FAB Design’s McLaren 650S tomorrow, when it will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show.