McLaren MSO 650S Spider Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It looks like the McLaren Special Operations unit had more in mind for the 650S concept. After the brand’s special projects department debuted the coupe earlier in the year, they’ve now pulled the curtain back on the McLaren 650S Spider concept.

As with the coupe version, this drop-top doesn’t see any performance upgrades over the standard offering. It does however see some nice aesthetic improvements that include exclusive paint jobs, new rear diffuser, extended side blades, and a set of new shoes in the form of lightweight 10-spoke alloys. McLaren didn’t stop there either, taking the aesthetic updates all the way to the interior as well, lining the cabin in both Alcantara and carbon fiber. The price tag? Expect this bad boy to sell for approximately $428,000 when it hits dealer floors. It will be limited to just 50 units worldwide.

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