A purported price list for the McLaren 650S has surfaced online ahead of the car's unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show.

A purported price list for the McLaren 650S has surfaced online ahead of the car's unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show.

According to the documents, the 650S Coupe will cost €232,500 ($319,035) including a 19.6 VAT.

If the standard model is a little too pedestrian, buyers can reportedly request "special" or "elite" paint that costs €2,150 ($2,950) and €4,840 ($6,640) respectively. Customers can also order a variety of carbon fiber components including a front splitter, side blades, mirror caps and a rear diffuser. The model should also offer a sports exhaust system, colored brake calipers and an assortment of alloy wheels.

The pricey options continue in the cabin as the 650S can be equipped with carbon fiber racing seats, carbon fiber trim and extended Nappa or semi-aniline leather upholstery. Other highlights include an Alacantra-wrapped steering wheel, branded sill plates and a Meridian audio system.

As we have previously reported, the 650S will slot between the 12C and P1 and feature a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 engine that develops 650 HP (478 kW).