McLaren MP4-12C High Sport Gallery Released


Only five of these special edition McLarens will be built, and they’ve all been spoken for.

Dubbed the High Sport, this special McLaren MP4-12C by McLaren Special Operations was first spotted in January but has now been officially revealed via these stunning images courtesy of Tomirri Photography, the official photographer for McLaren Special Operations. Only five of these special edition models will be produced, and all have already been spoken for. One will be going to McLaren executive chairman Ron Dennis and another to the crown prince of Bahrain.

Dramatic aerodynamic enhancements include a new front end and rear bumper, a modified wing, larger vents and diffuser, and a unique set of wheels. Performance has also been increased by boosting the twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 by 75hp to 675hp. Photos courtesy of Tomirri Photography.

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