Posted on: Mar 07, 2012 | 3,136 reads

Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva

Mansory has completed their McLaren MP4-12C in time for the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
Tuning day continues on CarBuzz with yet another creation from the blokes over at Mansory. Earlier we brought you a Mansory-tuned Lamborghini Aventador and now we have their take on the McLaren MP4-12C, fresh from its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The MP4-12C flaunts a flamboyant metallic paint job and a set of interestingly gold 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels.
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Carbon fiber touches are found throughout the Woking-produced supercar along with a lightweight hood. The reduced curb weight coupled with an aerodynamic body kit, of which includes freshly-designed side sills, rear wing and diffuser, helps performance and braking of the British supercar. Mansory's McLaren MP4-12C features an upgraded high-performance exhaust system, revamped ECU and a sports air filter. Output is now measured at 670hp and 498 lb-ft of torque, up from its stock numbers of 608hp and 443 lb-ft of torque. Top speed is now claimed to be 219 mph.
A luxury-minded Mansory interior finishes off their project for the McLaren MP4-12C, complete with plenty of leather, a new sports steering wheel and an egregious amount of carbon fiber.
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva
Mansory Brings an Outrageous McLaren MP4-12C to Geneva



 
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