$487k McLaren 675LT Spider Has MSO’s Magic Touch

If an ordinary McLaren isn’t good enough for you, McLaren Special Operations is the place to go when ordering and specifying that dream set of wheels.

MSO can extensively modify a ‘standard’ model at the request of a customer, as long as the right dollar figure is reached. The following 675LT Spider, currently for sale courtesy of McLaren Scottsdale, shows the full breadth of MSO’s options and truly is unlike any other McLaren on the market.

For starters, the mid-engine supercar has been painted in Flintgrau Metallic, a shade derived from the Mercedes-Benz palette. The car then features satin carbon fiber on the side skirts, hood, rear bumper, diffuser and front splitter and perhaps of most interest, a pair of Cerberus Pearl racing stripes on the hood, roof and airbrake.

Further custom touches include bronze wheels, McLaren Orange brake calipers and a 24 carat gold heatshield around the exhaust. Interior options include black alcantara and leather, McLaren Orange seatbelts and satin blue carbon fiber paddle shifters. All up, there are over $90,000 worth of MSO options.

Although not the most expensive 675LT in the world, we can’t imagine any prospective McLaren owners being disappointed with this creation, as long as they can stomach the $487,572 asking price.


  • fabri99

    Well, considering it was about $350,000 to start with and that it is an MSO model, I think it is quite a bargain. This particular model though looks terrible to me, not elegant at all. Yet again, a similar price for an MSO 675LT is not outrageous at all. Its value is only going to grow, I say get one while you can (though not this one).

  • Infinite1

    I like the color combination, it grew on me