Dove Grey McLaren 600LT Spider By MSO Coming To Geneva

This MSO Bespoke McLaren 600LT Spider will look to inspire prospective buyers at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show with its one-off design, adding Napier Green highlights to a Dove Grey exterior.

McLaren went with Napier Green because it provides a link back to the 675LT, this being one of its original hues. Since then, it’s only ever been available as an MSO Bespoke color. Here, you can find it on the splitter, sills, door inserts, as well as the rear diffuser.

“Almost half of 600LT Coupé buyers have benefitted from MSO’s services, so it makes perfect sense to curate our own 600LT Spider to mark its debut at the Geneva Motor Show,” stated MSO exec Ansar Ali. “Our design team relished the opportunity to accentuate the 600LT’s cutting-edge looks and with painstaking attention to detail, including the use of innovative materials, we’ve showcased our craftsmanship too. Few cars deserve MSO’s personalisation more than a McLaren Longtail and we can help our clients realise their visions with a car of their own making.”

Style and substance

A full suite of carbon fiber options are available on this car, including the MSO Defined Visual Carbon Fiber front fender louvres. As an homage to the 675LT, all these carbon fiber exterior bits come with a satin finish.

Other features include the MSO Bespoke Carbon Black retractable hard-top design, gloss black 10-spoke Ultra Lightweight alloy wheels, plus the Napier Green brake calipers and contrasting stitching at the 12 o’clock mark on the steering wheel.

Then there are the super-lightweight carbon fiber racing seats, like in the Senna, the 600LT headrest embroidery, Alcantara headlining and steering wheel, plus a bunch of MSO ‘surprise and delight’ features like the accelerator pedal etched with 600LT branding and the MSO dedication plaque.

Additionally, the car also comes with the carbon fiber interior upgrade, as well as McLaren Track Telemetry (MTT) with lap time function and three cameras.

Performance is everything

The McLaren 600LT Spider is equipped with a 3.8-liter twin turbocharged V8 engine, producing no fewer than 600 PS. It can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds and max out at 324 km/h (201 mph) with the roof up. Roof down, it will do just 5 fewer mph (8 km/h less) flat out.

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