McLaren Special Operations will showcase a couple of customized models later this month at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
First up, the unique 650S Spider has been created by MSO in collaboration with McLaren Newport Beach and McLaren Automotive Design Director Frank Stephenson. It can be distinguished by a Cerulean Blue exterior paint scheme contrasting the satin carbon fiber detailing on the front bumper, side air intakes and the rear bumper's central area and diffuser. It sits on ten-spoke lightweight alloy wheels and has also received chromed exhaust finishers.
On the inside it comes with carbon black leather upholstery with contrasting blue stitching. Also fitted are MSO-branded carbon fiber sill panels along with satin lacquered carbon fiber inserts. There's also a dedication plaque and a MSO leather bag with dark chrome metal inserts.
Moving onto the special P1, it was commissioned by a North American customer who selected a Stirling Grey paint with glossy carbon fiber accents and McLaren Orange accents also seen on the brake calipers located behind the body-colored wheels. Around the engine bay and inconel exhaust there's a 24 carat gold heatshield, as a throwback to the legendary F1 of the 90s.
The interior cabin is covered in a combination of Alcantara and carbon fiber while the carbon shell racing seats come with a four-point harness. The upholstery benefits from Stone Grey binding and stitching and as a final touch there are satin nickel air vents featuring the same look as the exhaust finisher.
Both cars will be showcased at the end of next week during the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in Carmel, California.