Unique McLaren P1 MSO to debut at Pebble Beach

Three years ago at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, McLaren announced the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) as a full personalisation service for McLaren owners.

This year MSO is back at the famous Pebble Beach automotive weekend with two unique models. First one is a unique P1 and the second one is a recently launched MSO 650S Spider.

McLaren has already built 170 examples of the P1 out of a total production run of 375 units. The unique P1 commissioned by a North American customer is sure to stand out from other cars as it features some unique touches.

The 903bhp hybrid hypercar is finished in Stirling Grey metallic complemented by gloss carbon fibre, showing plenty of McLaren orange accents like the P1 logo, brake calipers, speedmarks on the bonnet and rear wing brackets. The

There are also 24 carat gold heatshields around the engine bay and inconel exhaust just like on the original McLaren F1. At the rear we can also see a bespoke aluminium grille fitted above the carbon fibre bumper, framed by the iconic LED tail light design.

The interior reveals plenty of carbon fibre and Alcantara, along with contrasting details featuring Stone Grey binding and stitching on all upholstery, and McLaren Orange accents on the centre console.

The MSO 650S Spider on display is limited to 50 units and the show car is finished in Cerulean Blue.

This year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is on Sunday, August 17.


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