Mclaren Special Operations
McLaren will debut the car at the 2019 Geneva show.
The three Racing Through the Ages themes recall McLaren history.
Even more carbon fiber presumably means even more weight savings.
McLaren must be doing good business with its McLaren Special Operations (MSO) special edition supercars because it has just released another, and like with the Canada Commission, this one takes its inspiration from a specific country, namely China. It's called the 2018 McLaren 570GT Cabbeen Collection, and was developed in conjunction with a Chinese fashion designer simply referred to as Mr. Cabbeen. We suspect that it received the name "coll
McLaren's MSO custom division seems to stay quite busy. Every few months they seem to have a new special configuration to offer buyers. Sometimes they're a bit silly or unimpressive, but other times they create something really unique and cool. This McLaren 570S Spider falls into the latter category. It's called the Canada Commission, and the company will build just five of them exclusively for our northern neighbors.
McLaren will also offer the ultra-lightweight MSO 7-Spoke Hybrid Carbon Fiber wheels as an option.
The paint is inspired by McLaren F1 GTRs from the '90s.
And sales are expected to double again next year.
Okay, this an MSO project we can get behind.
The nifty panel will be revealed on the 570GT by MSO Concept at Pebble Beach.
How to reduce weight, improve performance, and act devilish with 666 horsepower.
McLaren is selling a rare, beautifully maintained, low-mileage example of the legendary F1 hypercar. Call your accountant now, oligarchs.
Along with the new 570GT, McLaren rolled into Geneva this year with a P1 done up in carbon fiber and a 675LT Spider or two. Unfortunately we can't have either.
McLaren made 3,500 examples of the MP4-12C and sold them for about $240k apiece before replacing it with the 650S. But this one's special, and is expected to sell at auction for over $1.3 million.
This McLaren 650S Spider prepared by McLaren Special Operations for the Dubai Motor Show may look like your typical Storm Trooper treatment, but it actually features gold flakes in the paint.