FAB Design SLR "Desire"

Discussion in 'Modified / Tuned Cars' started by superserge, Apr 23, 2009.


    FAB Design SLR “Desire“

    With the SLR “Desire“, FAB Design has once more demonstrated its competence in the field of high-end luxury car customisation.

    From the FAB Design high-performance engine which generates an unbelievable performance of 750hp and a maximum torque of 1,080Nm to the perfectly designed FAB Design interior – nearly any relevant part of the Mercedes super sports car has been customised and brought to perfection with the highest level of technical expertise by the FAB Design specialists.

    The FAB Design body which has been redesigned by the Swiss specialist for this very exquisite masterpiece is made of ultra sturdy but extremely light and precious carbon which is produced in an autoclave – as is the case in aerospace industry and in Formula 1 – and in accordance with highest quality standards. At several exposed spots, the material is even visible since it has been clear-varnished in order to set spectacular accents.

    Apart from the front and rear fenders, it also comprises new and exclusive FAB Design side skirts with special recesses for the FAB Design high-performance sports exhaust system whose pipes come out on the vehicle’s sides as is the case with the standard SLR.

    The completely redesigned motor sports front apron as well as the reshaped bonnet which is adapted to the style of the new front side and to the wider fenders are further exclusive FAB Design highlights.

    Even though, compared to the standard SLR, the vehicle has gained considerably in width, once again, the FAB Design specialists have succeeded in creating an absolutely harmonious silhouette.

    This is the reason why the FAB Design specialists had the idea of creating something very special for the vehicle’s rear end.

    The rear panel, completely redesigned by FAB Design, frames a huge diffuser which reduces the lift force. At the same time, the optionally available FAB Design rear wing spoiler increases the downforce at the rear axle without affecting the functionality of the brake assist inside the rear lid.

    The result is a considerable improvement of driving dynamics and, thus, also of the driving safety at high and peak speeds which the FAB Design “Desire” will reach in the twinkling of an eye thanks to its enormous engine performance. The FAB Design specialists have achieved a further significant improvement of driving characteristics by installing their special sports suspension and by equipping the vehicle with huge forged FAB Design 20“ wheels which are provided with special high-performance 265/30 ZR 20 and 325/25 ZR 20 tyres by technology partner Michelin.

    In the fist place, the interior equipment impresses with the way it harmonises with the vehicle’s colour. The interior is completely composed of black FAB DESIGN leather. The specially developed red FAB Design croco-style leather sets additional stylish accents. The FAB Design interior emphasises the appearance of the “Desire” with race character and elegance.

    In order to make sure that the FAB Design “Desire“ will not be taken for a toothless tiger, the FAB Design specialists have focussed all their expertise and experience on the super sports car’s powertrain.

    Thanks to extensive modifications of the engine periphery and of the hard and software, the FAB Design high-performance powertrain now generates 750hp instead of the standard SLR‘s 626hp. The maximum torque has been increased from 780Nm to 1,080Nm.

    The result of all those efforts: The FAB Design “Desire” reaches a regulated top speed of 310 km/h and passes the 100 km/h mark in 3.6 seconds.

    This breathtaking demonstration of engine force is, of course, rounded off by the infernal sound of the FAB Design high-performance sports exhaust system‘s total number of six tailpipes.

    With the SLR “Desire“, FAB Design has made another impressive statement of its special class in the field of high-end luxury car customisation.

    Unfortunately, FAB Design has limited the number of vehicles strictly to 15, and, although it was shown in Geneva only, the whole production is already Sold out.
  2. I kinda like the fact that they tried to emulate the old Gullwing with the fenders. Other than that it's thoroughly awful.
  3. LOL. Looks like someone took something out of Need For Speed.
  4. #$%#ing horrible
  5. Awesome engine mods and ive always been a huge fan of the SLR. I do need to ask Fab Design one thing though -

    What the f*ck were u thinking with the exterior mods??
  6. I don't get the name of the car, there's nothing fab about it
  7. or desirable, for that matter
  8. Looks like an ulcer
  9. ugh, tuners...
  10. That would look awesome if it were a RX8....
  11. do not desire.
  12. wow, after looking at that GOLD WETDREAM or whatever SLR, this looks amazing.
  13. AAARRRRRRGGGGGHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! the neu parts don't fit to the car
  14. I'd rather have my ears stapled to a horse.
  15. FAB: Fat Ass B itch.
  16. hahahaha

    that's such a clarkson/blackadder thing to say

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    I'd rather have the swine flu.
  18. I'd rather stand on top of a stepladder in no-mans-land, smoking endless cigarettes through a luminous balaclava
  19. it makes sense to have 2 exhaust outlets, not 3, wtf
  20. that shit is "fab"
  21. I can do without the rear spoiler.

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