McLaren's MSO division will display two unique vehicles at this year's Geneva Motor Show in early March.
McLaren is preparing for its fourth appearance at the Geneva Motor Show with its largest ever stand where the company will showcase its full lineup. But what’s more interesting, the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) division will present a bespoke P1 with carbon-fiber treatment. It is the latest consumer project completed by the team and is paying “carbon fiber tribute” to the model which recently ceased production.
It features a fully exposed carbon fiber body, hand-laid and covered with a bespoke Lio Blue tinted lacquer. Other upgrades include a gloss black finish to the wheels, a redesigned interior with new trims and carbon black Alcantara with contrasting blue stitching, and a 24-carat gold exhaust heatshield as an homage to the McLaren F1.
Also on display will be a bespoke version of the 675LT Spider, finished in ceramic gray with even more carbon fiber than the standard model. The material has been also used for the retractable hardtop, saving 2.20 lbs (1 kg), and the front wings. The aerodynamic front bumper end plates, side skirts, side intakes and rear bumper are also finished in visual carbon. Inside the cabin MSO has installed a pair of black Alcantara trimmed racing seats with contrasting Xenon Yellow contrast stitching.