McLaren MSO X 570S Coupe

Jan 29, 2018

Category: Rides

Ultra rare and ultra fast, McLaren’s Special Operations division was created over 20 years ago to ensure car owners would be able to receive fully custom, personalized versions of factory built cars. Keeping with the tradition of over the top one-offs, MSO unveiled their latest series of 10 fully bespoke coupes, known as the MSO X.

With the intention of offering fully equipped GT4 level cup cars, McLaren Special Ops took these track ready racers to the next level by purposely developing them to be fully street legal. Building off the proven 570S body style, MSO added a huge wing for additional downforce on the rear end and a large scope above the windshield for forced air induction, both handmade carbon fiber pieces, that work in conjunction with the modified bonnet for an optimal aerodynamic design. These special units are also outfitted with MSO’s titanium super sports exhaust and Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires, giving additional bark and bite to the MSO X. Interiors are minimal and race inspired, giving a completely different feel than any other McLaren, with carbon fiber bucket seats and three point harnesses. But don’t worry, they are still equipped with backup cameras and parking sensors so you can be sure you’ll clear the garage door on the way to the track.

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