The Hamann MemoR based on the McLaren MP4-12C 2012 has been initially revealed during the Geneva Auto Show, followed by Top Marques Monaco 2012. The latest creation from Hamann is quite extreme to say the least, and now to keep everyone on their toes the German tuning company revealed fresh photos with the upcoming MemoR.
It's hard not to see the extreme tuning the McLaren MP4-12C undergone just by looking at these photos, but to quickly summarize things up, the Hamann package contains a brand new front bumper with integrated LED lights and a much more angry-looking hood with sculpted integrated air intakes. But things are even more extreme at the rear end where the McLaren has been extensively redesigned to fit a rear wing, a new rear diffuser and a triple tailpipe. Furthermore they've also equipped the MemoR with a set of 21 inch wheels painted in red and black to match the body colors. One last thing we should mention is that the MemoR comes with scissor doors, a feature which is pretty much the source of controversy when it comes to lots of other supercars.
However, look beyond the aesthetics and you'll find out not much has changed. Apparently the German tuner has not revealed any information regarding the engine modifications and needless to say they've suggested that the MemoR tuning package is pretty much focusing on design only. That's not really a bad thing to be honest, why fix what isn't broken. The McLaren MP4-12C has enough power on its own to give you chills, boasting a 3.8 liter twin-turbo V8 engine able to develop 592 horsepower, 443 lb-ft of torque, a top speed of 205 mph and the ability to go from 0 to 60 in 3.3 seconds.
Unfortunately Hamann has not revealed any information regarding the pricing either, but since they've been kind enough to share a new set of photos it looks like they're on the right tracks and we're bound to find out more information about the price tag soon enough.