Revealed at the beginning of the month, the McLaren 650S Project Kilo has returned in a fresh video showing all the carbon fiber bits and pieces.

Revealed at the beginning of the month, the McLaren 650S Project Kilo has returned in a fresh video showing all the carbon fiber bits and pieces.

The lightweight material has been used for a plethora of body parts, including the front splitter, door mirrors (with arms), side vents & skirts, roof, rear airbrake as well as the vents flanking the rear window. Moreover, carbon fiber was also used for the central piece on the deck lid and the diffuser. The one-off 650S Coupe is also distinguishable by its unique Kilo Gray paint, orange brake calipers, MSO lettering on the side skirts and by the titanium wheel bolts.

The list of tweaks goes on with many carbon fiber applications for the interior cabin where there are bucket seats, orange accents and MSO branding while in the engine bay there's a 24-karat gold-plated exhaust shield as a throwback to the McLaren F1.

The standard McLaren 650S Coupe has a dry weight of 1,330 kg (2,932 lbs) but unfortunately McLaren Special Operations has not specified how much weight they were able to shave off by making extensive use of carbon fiber.

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