Unlike some of the dedicated tuners in the industry today, Vorsteiner is one of those that’ll develop a program for any car it deems worthy of its time.
Well, the McLaren MP4-12C is as worthy as any vehicle Vorsteiner has ever worked on.
So, Vorsteiner has a program for the “Mac-daddy,” and it’s calling it the McLaren-V Concept. The full package has yet to be revealed but a couple of photos of the program appear to suggest the direction the tuner is going.
There are plenty of extra components added to the MP4-12C, including what appears to be a P1-inspired front bumper, complete with a large splitter and air vents. There are also new side skirts, a set of Vorsteiner wheels and what looks like a small boot-lid spoiler. On the back, the carbon-fiber add-ons include a new rear bumper with its own huge rear diffuser and a subtle rear wing.
All in all, it’s a pretty decent program with some P1 flavor mixed in. Maybe Vorsteiner has a performance tune in the oven? Who knows, but we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing one.
UPDATE 06/04/13: Vorsteiner has released a pretty interesting update of its McLaren MP4-12C program. It’s got nothing to do with the kit itself, but it’s no less important. A name change. Instead of the previously held belief that the program is called the MP4-12V, Vorsteiner has re-dubbed it the McLaren-V Concept. Sounds much better, if you ask us.