2013 McLaren V concept by Vorsteiner review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 5 June 2013 , 04:06:14 byAlina

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McLaren V concept by Vorsteiner

McLaren is by definition a spectacular brand that creates awesome vehicles. In the past year, McLaren MP4-12 sports car has been set under the magnifier of many tuning companies. The car has received a great amount of tunes. Mansory, Hamann Motorsports, Gemballa, Fab Design, Wheelasandmore, Hennessey Performance are just a few of the names that took on the challenge of modifying the already super car. Vorsteiner, as every respectable tuning company, is no exception to the rule. They have recently introduced a few images with their McLaren V concept, based on the same MP4- 12C coupe.

Vorsteiner known as the company where art meets machining, claims that the McLaren V concept offers the amount of style and performance that equal perfection. The front of the imagined concept is fitted with a carbon fiber bumper and a carbon fiber front lip spoiler. Carbon fiber is the base material used in this vehicle. It can even be noticed on the side blade attachments and in the set of the alloy wheels (sized 20 or 21 inch). A ventilated rear bumper and a more aggressive carbon fiber diffuser can’t miss noticing.

As for the engine configuration, there are no clues that suggest any changes, so the model will probably be started by a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 engine that generates 625 HP (460 kW) and 600 Nm (442 lb-ft) of torque. Tuned up in this manner, the modified McLaren MP4-12 known as the McLaren V concept, aims to be a fast “great looking” sports car.