Its exterior is finished in a Stealth Grey MSO Bespoke paint, while the rest of the car packs a wide range of upgrades from the MSO Defined catalogue of options, as well as a few MSO Bespoke customer choices.
The McLaren 600LT was first launched at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, and marketed as the British automaker’s lightest, most powerful road-legal Sports Series car ever. Power comes from a 600 PS 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 engine, allowing you to hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 2.8 seconds, before maxing out at 204 mph (328 km/h).
“MSO Bespoke was established to help customers realize their dreams and allows an almost limitless level of customization where imagination is the only restrictive factor,” stated MSO exec, Ansar Ali. “With MSO Defined we offer a range of personalization beyond the standard factory options.”
“For this special 600LT we have combined a sprinkling of both to create a car that showcases the lightness and track-focused performance of this latest Longtail variant.”
Exterior features include the Stealth Grey paint finish with a Matte Black, McLaren Orange Exterior Pack, the visual carbon fiber roof scoop and all three Carbon Fiber Upgrade packs available for the 600 LT – they include door mirrors, exterior door inserts, front splitter, rear bumper, diffuser, rear deck and service cover.
Then there is the MSO Defined Carbon Fiber Roof and Cantrails, plus the fender louvres, made from the same lightweight material. Also fitted are ultra-lightweight 10-spoke alloys with a gloss black finish.
Inside it’s all business
Since the McLaren 600LT is in the business of being a track-focused supercar, its interior boasts features such as the super-lightweight carbon fiber racing seats (from the Senna), a carbon fiber interior upgrade pack (central tunnel and door insert panels), and the harness bar and 6-point harnesses from the MSO Clubsport Pro Pack.
There is also the carbon fiber roof scoop cover and the twin visual carbon fiber intake hoses for the scoop, which are seamlessly integrated into the 600LT’s interior design.
For an extra touch of Luxury, McLaren went with an upgraded 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins audio system, bespoke embroidery in the headrests, the discrete etching of ‘600LT’ on the throttle pedal and a custom set of hand-painted keys.