After taking a few years out of the building, cars, 2013 McLaren MP4-12C have come back much momentum by stealing the headlines, two new supercars, the first of which was the new MP4-12C. The new mid-engine super car offers a great mix of everyday driving dynamics and high performance driving characteristics that make their home race track or the road. The new MP4-12C comes in dealerships around the world for more than six months and a number of aftermarket tuning company has developed and produced a new upgrade program for them. One company, DMC Tuning in Germany, decided to wait and work on fine-tuning the update program to produce the best upgrade program for the new super car. Called “velocita”, including a new carbon fiber upgrade program aerodynamic bodywork, new exhaust system and lightweight COR rims are made from forged aluminum alloy.
The first part of a new upgrade program, which was addressed to the aerodynamics of the 2013 McLaren MP4-12CThe German aftermarket tuning company has developed a carbon fiber body kit, using sophisticated CAD software and long wind tunnel testing to provide an effective alternative to OEM installation. The new body kit comprises a new front to use a grill insert and barrier to generate downforce is the front axle and better cooling radiators and front brakes. A couple of new side skirts help direct the air out of the new AK rear wheels and reduce drag and super car. Behind the 2013 McLaren MP4-12C is a new dual diffuser fins help to create suction with the pavement, and a large rear spoiler at the top of the hood, which generates downforce without increasing drag.
The next step was to upgrade the engine. 3.8-liter turbocharged V-8 engine was fitted with a new lightweight titanium exhaust, which improves performance. All of the exhaust manifold rear end is constructed in the form of titanium to reduce weight and back pressure, improving overall performance. The result is more than 600 brake horse power sent to each of the rear wheels AK sub-3.5-second 0-62 mph acceleration time.