After previewing its upgraded bodykit package for the McLaren 12C earlier this year, Vorsteiner has finally released additional images and details about the car. First and foremost, the car is being dubbed the McLaren-V Concept by Vorsteiner and despite that name, it’s not all that different from the regular McLaren 12C.
From a visual standpoint the McLaren-V Concept by Vorsteiner features a redesigned front end incorporating a slightly modified carbon fiber front bumper and a new carbon fiber splitter. Additionally, the McLaren-V Concept by Vorsteiner then features additional air intakes in front of the front wheels similar to those present on the McLaren P1 hypercar.
The McLaren-V Concept by Vorsteiner then features aggressive carbon fiber side skirts as well as dark 20-inch front and 21-inch rear alloy wheels. While the front end remains fairly subdued, the real action takes place at the rear of the McLaren-V Concept by Vorsteiner with it incorporating a new carbon fiber tail including a far more aggressive carbon fiber rear diffuser, additional carbon fiber air intakes behind the rear wheels, as well as the addition of a carbon fiber rear wing on top of the standard airbrake.
It’s currently unknown if the McLaren-V Concept by Vorsteiner has undergone any modifications under the hood, and it’s consequently expected to feature the same twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 engine developing 625hp and 442lb-ft of torque as the standard 2013 McLaren 12C.