The unique paint finish took 120 hours to complete.
McLaren Special Operations has created some very special one-off models. After unveiling the special edition McLaren 720S Apex collection, the bespoke division has given the McLaren 600LT a stunning makeover. McLaren's Toronto dealership recently took delivery of a one-off 600LT designed by MSO and commissioned one of the dealership's regular customers. While it's mechanically identical to the regular 600LT, what sets the bespoke supercar apart is its unique paint job.
Dubbed the 'Comet Fade,' the bespoke 600LT features exterior and interior finishes inspired by the brightness and speed of a comet fading from bright to dark. To achieve this effect, MSO applied bespoke 'Comet Fade' paint to both the exterior of the car and to several interior pieces.
MSO's bespoke 'Coriolis Blend' exterior color made with MSO Bespoke Cerulean Blue, which fades into MSO Defined Burton Blue, which then fades into MSO Bespoke Atlantic Blue. This painstaking process took MSO technicians 120 hours to complete.
Contrasting the 600LT's custom paint is contrasted with a bespoke carbon fiber roof scoop that pays tribute to the McLaren F1. Three different carbon fiber upgrade packs also apply the lightweight material to the front splitter, side skirts, rear bumper, rear diffuser, rear spoiler, rear wing, service cover hatch, door mirror casings, and extended side intakes. The custom 600LT also rides on lightweight ten-spoke forged wheels finished in glass black with contrasting carbon ceramic brake calipers.
An MSO Clubsport Pack also adds lightweight carbon fiber racing seats, a carbon fiber interior upgrade, carbon fiber front fender louvres, and titanium wheel bolts. Inside, the exterior's bespoke Coriolis Blend finish is applied to the speaker surround, while the MSO Bespoke Cerulean Blue color is applied to the 12 o'clock mark on the steering wheel, interior switch gear, and contrast stitching.
Like every 600LT Coupe, power is provided by a 3.8-liter V8 engine producing 592 hp and 457 lb-ft of torque. 0-62 mph takes a blistering 2.8 seconds before the 600LT tops out at 204 mph. While the 600LT Coupe has sold out, the 600LT Spider is still on sale, but McLaren says the order books are filling fast.