Why Is This McLaren 675LT Worth Almost $500,000?


That's what happens when you go to town on the options list.

McLaren Special Operations takes care of creating the firm's special edition models, but will also cater to its customers' assorted array of requests. The last bespoke McLaren 675LT we saw was finished in a stunning shade of Mexico Blue and featured a F1 GTR-inspired roof snorkel. This example here is equally stunning and shows that MSO truly is willing to bend to its customer's most whimsical of demands, with the track-focused supercar wearing a shade of Flintgrau Metallic, derived from the color palette of Mercedes-Benz.

If you like what you see, the 675LT Spider is up for sale with McLaren Scottsdale and comes with a range of other MSO options that make it a true one-of-a-kind and a guaranteed head turner. As well as the unique paint job, the McLaren boasts a satin carbon fiber hood, front splitter, side skirts, rear bumper and diffuser. But arguably its most interesting feature is the Cerberus Pearl racing stripes than run the length of the car from the hood, over the roof and across the airbrake. A stunning set of bronze wheels house brake calipers finished in McLaren Orange, while a 24-carat gold heatshield surrounds the exhaust.

Of the various upgrades to the interior, the satin blue carbon-fiber paddle shifters are easily the most attractive. Carbon Black Alcantara and leather with Midnight Blue accents and contrast stitching covers most of the surfaces, while the McLaren Orange seatbelts match the calipers, presumably acting as a bridge between the interior and exterior upgrades. A Speedy Kiwi hidden underneath the door completes the long list of unique touches made to this stunning car. With over $90,000 worth of MSO options, the asking price for this McLaren 675LT Spider by MSO is $487,572. Whoever said that exclusivity came cheap?

Source Credits: www.mclarenscottsdale.com

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