McLaren Special Operations Carbon Fiber Senna

Mar 2, 2018

Category: Rides

Ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, slated to kick off later next week, McLaren presented their brilliant road-legal track car in five different bespoke themes. Of course, their Visual Carbon Fiber theme caught our attention – completed in part by McLaren Special Operations (MSO).

Finished with a full carbon fiber exterior covered with upwards of 67 carbon fiber parts that took close to 1,000 hours to complete, under the hood here is a roaring 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine boasting an output of 789 horses and 590 lbs-ft of torque. Each of the 500 already claimed examples is also finished in a vibrant Solar Yellow with Laurel Green details – inspired by the helmet of legendary Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna. Inside, a luxurious Carbon Black Alcantara carbon fiber trim adorns the cabin, while lightweight MSO 7-Spoke Hybrid Carbon Fiber wheels finished with a center lock feature reduces both the overall weight of the vehicle and rolling inertia by up to 15 percent. Need we say more?

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