McLaren 600LT Coupe By MSO Is One Of The Last Examples To Leave Woking

In accordance to its Track25 business plan that was announced last year, McLaren is ceasing production of the 600LT Coupe. The British firm has, nevertheless, unveiled a new example enhanced by MSO.

Commissioned by McLaren London, as part of the retailer’s celebrations of selling the 1,000th car since it began operations in June 2011, it features a carbon fiber roof and roof scoop and 10-spoke, ultra-lightweight wheels finished in gloss black contrasted by orange brake calipers.

Orange has been used inside for the stitching on the seat pads and the 12-o’clock mark on the carbon black Alcantara steering wheel. The headrests have a ‘600LT’ embroidery and the accelerator pedal has the same branding, while a Bowers & Wilkins sound system, reversing camera, parking sensors, axle lift and McLaren Track Telemetry system are part of the package.

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This 600LT Coupe has also been equipped with the MSO Clubsport Pro Pack, which adds front fender louvres, titanium wheel bolts, carbon fiber racing seats and interior trim and six-point harnesses.

While the Coupe will leave production soon, customers will still be able to purchase the 600LT Spider, which is also offered in a limited run. The open-top Macca has a sticker price of £201,500 ($250,235/€223,054) in the United Kingdom, and $256,500 in the U.S., without any options.

Like the fixed-top version, the convertible packs the same 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V8, with 600 PS (592 hp / 441 kW) and 620 Nm (457 lb-ft) of torque. That’s enough to rocket it to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds and up to a 324 km/h (201 mph) top speed – a mere 4 km/h (3 mph) slower than the Coupe.

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