FAB Design has a new bag of goodies coming out their magic hat, but this time the amenities are destined for the McLaren 650S.
We’ve seen them crashing either on a wet road in Poland or as they repeated the move in London, so it was high time someone gave the McLaren 650S a proper makeover, not a forced one that implied smashing the car into guard rails or another car.
FAB Design took their time with the McLaren 650S, and the result is an improved car, both in performance and styling terms. So let’s start with performance figures, because supercar.
To boost the exotic’s power output, all FAB Design had to do was fit the Brit with a custom sports exhaust system. As a result, the power went up by 50 HP to a total of 700 HP delivered by the 3.8-liter twin-turbo vee-eight.
Naturally, torque increased from 678 Nm (501 lb-ft) to 722 Nm (533 lb-ft) which means the McLaren 650S is now capable of rocking the 0-100 km/h (62 mph) interval in just 2.8 seconds. Oh, yes, this is a supercar, so the 0-200 km/h (124 mph) range is secured in 7.7 seconds.
If you like to pay attention to details, you’ll notice how the 650S was gifted a wider body kit along with new bumpers and more generous air intakes housed in the front section. The roof is made of carbon fiber, and the overall look of the car is in good relationship with its muscle.
The icing on the cake is represented by the 20-inch Evolution alloy wheels, which makes us sad because we can’t see the interior.