Back in late January, FAB Design surprised the Tokyo Auto Salon with the unveiling of its new program for the McLaren MP4-12C Spyder. Following in the veins of last year’s program for the coupe version, FAB Design went about and called this one "Terso", although as a Japan-exclusive model that was limited to only 10 units, that model came to be completely known as theMP4-12C Spyder Terso Japan Limited Edition.

Fast forward to the Geneva Motor Show and FAB Design has officially taken the covers off of the "regular" Terso program for the roofless McLaren supercar.

Similar to last year’s Terso program for the coupe version of the MP4-12C, this version comes chock-full with new aerodynamic components that include: a wider front and rear wings, new side skirts, enlarged air intakes in the front spoiler and a humongous diffuser just under the new rear spoiler.

The new FAB sport exhaust system plays a huge role in increasing the MP4-12C Spyder’s output to about 630 horsepower, 15 more than the standard output of the British supercar.

A set of 20-inch ultra-light, three-piece forged EvoLution wheels were fitted into the car and wrapped in a new set of Dunlop tires.

Diving into the interior, you’ll notice that FAB Design went to great lengths to ensure that the MP4-12C Spyer’s interior was treated to only the finest of materials. The new sport seats and the "ergonomically designed" sports steering wheel both received fine-upholstered leather while the aluminum pedal system sparkles in the foot-well also received its share of the upgrades.

  • 2013 McLaren MP4-12C Spyder Terso by FAB Design
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  • Torque @ RPM:
    527 (Est.)
  • Displacement:
    3.8 L
  • 0-60 time:
    3.8 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    213 mph
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  (548) posted on 04.13.2013

The 2013 McLaren MP4-12C Spyder Terso looks very nice with its convertible features and reddish color. I do not like the thing that sticks to its bumper since it looks like it belongs to the racing track instead of the public road.

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