Posts Tagged ‘mclaren tuning’

Gemballa Customizes The McLaren 12C Spider

Saturday, May 18th, 2013:

If there’s one car you dream of owning, the McLaren 12C Spider probably makes the top of the list. Factor in the car tuning by Gemballa and a true beauty is born with the subtle modifications they have made all around the sports car. The new aerodynamic kit features a front bumper with lip spoiler, side skirts and new diffuser at the rear for €19,980 or about $25,800 excluding taxes.

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Gemballa McLaren MP4-12C Spider Styling Kit

Thursday, February 21st, 2013:

At the 2013 Geneva Auto Salon in Switzerland this year, Gemballa will reveal their latest version of the McLaren MP4-12C Spider. The tuning project is made up entirely of styling modifications, the factory twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 producing 616 horsepower was left untouched. However, the exterior received everything from a new aero kit to the high performance wheel package.

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CUT48 Mercedes SLR McLaren Car Wrap

Thursday, January 17th, 2013:

The car wrapping specialists at CUT48 have given the Mercedes SLR McLaren a whole new look with a bright blue foil wrap. While this sports car remains very expensive and highly sought after by collectors due to the brand and history, pricing from the tuners remains affordable. For this project the blue and black gloss car wrap was stretched on for €4,350 or $5,800.

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The New McLaren P1 is Amazing

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012:

While they are calling this a concept, it’s actually a teaser of the McLaren P1 that is set to debut on show floors by the end of 2013. McLaren has stated a simple goal for the new P1, “to be the best driver’s car in the world on road and track”. While that may be a little far fetched with all the competition these days, it surely may take the crown for some of the best styling we’ve ever seen. This design comes from the works of Chief Design Engineer Dan Parry-Williams and Design Director Frank Stephenson.

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Gemballa Porsche Cayenne II, Porsche Panamera and McLaren MP4-12C Geneva Debuts

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012:

It’s been a while since the tuning company Gemballa has released a project, yet recent news shows they will have three world premieres at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. These introductions will include the McLaren MP4-12C GT3 race car, a new tuning program for the Porsche 911 series, and a second stage for the Gemballa Porsche Cayenne II. A couple other modified cars on display at the Gemballa booth will be the Gemballa Porsche Panamera Mistrale and the Porsche Cayenne II Tornado. Both of these rides produce around 720 horsepower! Check out the pictures below.

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Mansory McLaren MP4-12C

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012:

With the Geneva Motor Show cars arriving a few days, Mansory has released this teaser image of their new tuning kit for the McLaren MP4-12C. We’ve seen a good number of McLaren tuning projects this year, and we know Mansory will always have a nice lineup of modifications. They focused on the power with this project by upgrading the 3.8-liter twin turbocharged engine with a new sport air filter, new exhaust system, and engine management system. Find out the results by reading more.

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Wheelsandmore McLaren MP4-12C Toxique Evil

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012:

The popular tuners from Wheelsandmore have released this unique project based on the McLaren MP4-12C and are calling it the Diabolical Toxique Evil. They have hooked it up with both performance and styling parts to compete with the recently annnounced Hennessey McLaren MP4-12C supercar. While the McLaren MP4-12C GT3 is a prestigious car to own, it can always use some improvements. Wheelsandmore was able to increase the factory 3.9-liter twin turbo V8 engine from 592 HP to 666 horsepower. Torque was also raised from the stock 442.5 lb-ft to around 472 lb-ft, which is plenty for an exotic car that is so lightweight.

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McLaren F1 Replica Is Quite Cheap

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012:

McLaren F1 Replica

These replica car makers are getting pretty good at what they do these days, just check out this McLaren F1 replica. While it doesn’t hold the same power as the original supercar, this one was constructed around an Audi V6 30v engine that most likely produces around 190 to 250 HP depending on the displacement. While the seller did not disclose all the specifications about the car, you can try to get your hands on this for about 150,000 Polish Zlotych, Euro €35,000 or US $45,000.

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