McLaren 570GT MSO Collection – If you buy a McLaren, you want your model. A car can be a little more individual. So, McLaren is the right partner for these customer wishes. The MSO department is established, which takes care of special requests of the customers. To inspire them, MSO is launching new concept cars.
The new creature of the MSO is the XP Green MSO Collection 570GT. It takes optical loans from the McLaren F1 XP GT in XP Green from 1997. Foremost, the special XP Green has a paint finish on the outside with orange stripes on the side skirts, aeroblades, and rear diffuser. Also, there are other strips on the doors that are combined with a union jack. The interior is made of brown saddle leather with green inlays and contrasting seams in green. Also, there is a plaque showing the individual model as one of a series of only six copies.
Other features of the McLaren 570GT MSO Collection
Other features of the McLaren 570GT MSO Collection include high-gloss black elements on the side skirts, front splitter, doors, rear apron, rear spoiler and rear diffuser. McLaren bills a sum of 21,000 pounds, equivalent to around 24,000 dollars, for the redesign. The six special models XP Green MSO Collection 570GT are offered on the markets in Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Germany. As early as August 2016, MSO had already set up a 570GT for Pebble Beach.
The McLaren 570GT remained unchanged
A titanium sports exhaust system was installed on the supercar. Because a titanium plant turns bluish at high temperatures, the heat covers visible to the outside were painted golden. The body was painted in metallic white. The glossy black lacquered add-on parts set accents. MSO has developed an electrochromic glass roof for the McLaren, for hot climates. At the push of a button, this can be lightened in 5 steps or darkened. Inside the 570GT, passengers can be pampered by real carbon skirtings, carbon applications, and brown leather trim, while a Bowers and Wilkins Hi-Fi system with 12 speakers will delight your ears. The McLaren 570GT remained unchanged.