Set to be unveiled at Pebble Beach.
McLaren has unveiled a pair of custom supercars that will debut at next week's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in Carmel, California. Built by McLaren Special Operations, the British carmaker's bespoke division, the P1 was commissioned by a North American client who wanted a Stirling Gray paint job with gloss carbon and McLaren orange accents. Around the engine bay and Inconel exhaust, the hypercar also received a 24-carat gold heatshield as a throwback to the F1.
The interior is lavished in Alcantara and carbon fiber, Stone Gray binding, and satin nickel air vents that match the exhaust. The one-off 650S Spider is a collaborative effort between design boss Frank Stephenson and McLaren Newport Beach. It comes with a Cerulean Blue paint job, satin carbon-fiber detailing, a set of ten-spoke alloys and chromed exhaust finishers. Inside, a carbon black leather upholstery sports blue stitching, while unique touches include carbon-fiber sill panels, a dedication plaque, and a MSO leather bag.