You’re looking at McLaren Special Operations’ latest handiwork. The crafty customization folks turned to the McLaren 600LT Spider and asked themselves how an already gorgeous-looking ride can look even more dashing.
MSO decided to wrap the entire vehicle in a ridiculously posh Dove Gray coating. The scene-stealer, however, are the Napier Green accents throughout, which add a bright contrast to the car’s luxuriously dreary paint job.
You’ll find them nearly everywhere. On the sides, the brake calipers, and even on the tips of the aerodynamic components, including the front splitter and rear diffuser’s ribs. There’s more green inside, including some on the seats and a strip on the steering wheel, too.
Don’t mistake it for being just green, by the way. MSO used a special technique to apply the color, putting the shade onto a light, flexible film before affixing it to the panel. This isn’t the first time the company has used this method. It’s the same one it applied on the 720S GT3 and 570S GT4. It all comes together with the retractable roof, which features MSO Bespoke’s Carbon Black Shade.
Not to be overlooked are the carbon fiber pieces, which are featured on the front fender louvers and elsewhere. 10-spoke forged wheels with a gloss-black finish keep the ride propped up.
Inside, there’s more carbon fiber on the door inserts and sides of the center tunnel. There’s also a nice little touch here: a 600LT emblem on the accelerator pedal.
Underneath is a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 592 ponies and a torque of 457 pound-feet. The engine outputs goes through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, and you’ll be hitting zero to 60 in just 2.8 seconds.
Photos courtesy of McLaren Special Operations