McLaren 570S Looking Amazing on HRE Wheels
This customized McLaren 570S boasts the best aftermarket parts what definitely raises the bar and turns the supercar into a not average build. In other words, this modified McLaren gives a taste of what a no compromise aftermarket build looks like. The amazing tuning comes courtesy of Exotic Car Hacks, a common solution to owning and earning money from your supercar experience. The real fun begins with the powertrain as this 570S carries a new iteration of the 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine, previously noticed in the McLaren 650S and the P1. Well, this unit features about thirty percent of its components redesigned. The output is impressive- it’s 562 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque.
The proper engine makes a ride the performance-oriented beast and this monster sprints from a standstill to 62 mph in mere 3.2 seconds. While its acceleration time is 124 mph in 9.5 seconds, there’s quite a crowd that would agree that it’s a perfect foundation for an aftermarket build. The changes continue with the exterior additions, to be exact it’s a complete Vorsteiner 570-VX carbon fiber body kit. We must say this package is probably one of the most insane and aggressive aerodynamic kits available for this application- the kit comprises a front bumper as well as a front splitter, a complete rear bumper with a rear diffuser, a rear wing blade and uprights. Being constructed of the finest Autoclaved Pre-Impregnated Carbon Fiber, the aerodynamic package by Vorsteiner allows for the exceptional stiffness, aerospace strength and durability unlike the traditional hand laid carbon fiber composites. Besides providing the improved aerodynamics, these parts add a touch of style to the ride.
Performance upgrades also include a set of Velocity AP aftermarket exhaust system downpipes and ECU tuning. Last but not least, McLaren 570S was put on a set of HRE rims boasting Frozen Gold finish. These bold aftermarket wheels were wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, sized 245/30/20 front and 325/25/21 in the rear. What do you think of this build? Feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below!