McLaren 600LT Spider gets some love from the McLaren Special Operations customization team given the hardcore roadster a visual upgrade that pay homage to the car’s 675LT predecessor ahead for next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
The Upgrade consists of a body finished in ‘Dove Grey’, with flashes of Napier Green define key design elements of the Longtail concept, from the more pronounced front splitter to the larger rear diffuser. Napier Green is a nod to the 600LT’s predecessor, the 675LT, for which Napier Green was one of the original colors. The brake callipers and 12 o’clock marker on the steering wheel are also finished in the same shade of green.
No supercar is complete these days without splashes of carbon fiber, and the MSO 600LT adheres to the trend. The exposed carbon fiber aero kit and the door scoops were given a satin finish. The retractable hard-top is MSO Bespoke Carbon Black while the 10-spoke Ultra Lightweight forged alloy wheels have a gloss black finish.
The interior has several optional features, as well. MSO Bespoke additions include 600LT headrest embroidery, Alcantara headlining and steering wheel, an accelerator pedal etched with 600LT branding and an MSO dedication plaque.
MSO leaves the 600LT Spider’s powertrain alone. A mid-mounted 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine produces 592 horsepower. The supercar reaches 0-60mph available in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 201mph with the retractable hard-top in place. Top exit exhausts, lightweight suspension components, forged wheels with Trofeo tyres and one-piece carbon seats contribute to a 100kg weight-saving over the normal 570S Spider. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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