Supecar comes kitted out in plenty of the lightweight stuff.
Described as “one of the most personalized, bespoke projects that MSO have undertaken to date,” McLaren’s bespoke division has unveiled a one-off project dubbed the 650S Project Kilo. The supercar coupe comes wearing a host of extensive carbon-fiber add-ons including the roof, rear diffuser and sill panels, as well as the instrument cluster bezel and integrated shift lights.
Body-color aluminum water and oil filler caps receive logos finished in McLaren Orange, a color that also features on the inner door seams. Other unique touches include a 24-carat gold-plated exhaust heat shield, a satin black starter switch, personal dedication plate and a kiwi bird graphic on the engine cover as a reference to New Zealand, the birth place of the UK carmaker’s founder Bruce McLaren.