Amari Design starts with the body. The company fits a custom carbon fibre widebody kit comprising of new front and rear bumper bars and side skirt extensions. The front end is made more aggressive thanks to a low and sharp carbon fibre front splitter incorporating air dams aiding engine and brake cooling. The wheel arches are also pumped to accommodate the racing-style deep-dish Amari Design AD1 wheels.
From the back is where the GT Evolution looks its most prominent though. It features a full race-style rear splitter/diffuser set-up moulded to suit a quad-outlet exhaust system. It's all made from carbon fibre and matches the carbon boot lip spoiler.
Under the bonnet, Amari Design couldn't leave this athletic-looking fighter alone to its own devices, so the company made some revisions to the W12 engine so the go would match the show. There's a new hybrid supercharger system and larger diametre exhaust as well as engine computer tuning which amp up overall power output to around 559kW.
Interested? We are.