Fab Design McLaren P1 Shows Aero Works in Geneva

Believe it or not, there are people in this world who look at the fully erect airbrake of a McLaren P1 and say to themselves: “hmmm... this thing needs some proper aero work!” The latest example of that comes from Fab Design, which is showcasing its tuned P1 in Geneva.
The hypercar was gifted with an extra rear spoiler sitting atop of the OEM active rear wing, with the tuned bragging that the new piece “ensures more downforce and increased stability at high and the top speeds.”

Moreover, we have special flaps on the side skirts, which aim to offer a better road surface contact, as well as custom air deflection ducts for the rear fenders. The latter are aimed at improving airflow around the engine compartment.

As for the installation and warranty effect of the aerodynamic components, let’ hear it in Fab Design’s words: “All bodywork components can not only be installed with less effort, but also removed again without any problems, and without a trace, in just a few simple steps.”

In addition, the McLaren P1 was fitted with carbon wheels that use a one-piece construction, a world-first development. The rims, which were developed together with Australian specialist Carbon Revolution, weigh 40 percent less than comparable aluminum units.

You can watch Fab Design’s McLaren P1, with its lower unsprung mass, in the clip below, which comes from Youtube user Shmee150.

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