Hamilton and Troup

April 23, 2009

Mercedes McLaren SLR “Desire”

Filed under: cars,Entertainment,history 101,random ish — hamiltonandtroup @ 5:12 pm


FAB Design has just fine tuned the SLR and dubbed it as ‘Desire’. This latest creation from FAB design leaves you speechless with its unmatched looks and design. Although, compared to the standard SLR, the vehicle has gained considerably in width; it still manages to impress us. The carbon fiber rebody gives this car a distinctive style and personality.


The SLR suspension and engine have been modified to bring power up to 750 hp and nearly 800 lb/ft of torque! The FAB Design “Desire” attains a regulated top speed of 310 km/h and reaches the 100 km/h mark in just 3.6 seconds. The stylish and sleek bodywork with an additional rear wing increases the cars downforce considerably. Ultra chic, this car is definitely ‘desirable’. With the SLR “Desire”, FAB Design has made another impressive statement of its special class in the field of high-end luxury car customization.des


Limited to just 15 units this beauty on wheels which was displayed in Geneva, this exclusive beauty is already sold out!




Posted by: Likaphenomenon 4/23/09          1:11 (wish time) pm



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