McLaren launch special 570GT version | New Release - Car News Mar 2018


14:37 Friday 16 Mar 2018

For anyone with £179,950 to spare, McLaren’s Special Operations team have produced a new limited edition version of the 570GT.

Just 100 worldwide examples of the McLaren 570GT MSO Black Collection will be produced, each featuring new MSO Bespoke Carbon Black exterior paint, MSO Defined Titanium SuperSports Exhaust, and Sport Pack dynamic handling package.

The exterior paint finish has been developed specifically by McLaren Special Operations, and the stealth theme extends black-finished front and rear splitters, side skirts and air intakes.  The five-twin-spoke lightweight forged wheels finished in Gloss Black, with black brake calipers and carbon ceramic brakes complete the look.

The theme continues inside, where you’ll find Jet Black leather with Carbon Black Alcantara accents on the centre tunnel, lower instrument panel, headliner, steering wheel and speaker surrounds. The electric heated memory leather sports seats boast unique MSO logo embroidery on the headrests. An MSO Defined Ignition Key is painted in Carbon Black, while a bespoke Dedication Plate is located under the centre console. A panoramic roof incorporating UV-filtering black privacy tint glass is included as standard.

The 570GT MSO Black Collection’s titanium SuperSports exhaust with Nano Black finisher reduces the weight of the vehicle by five kilograms and also gives an exhaust tone which is 5dB louder than that from the standard system. Also included is Vehicle Lift, Rear View Camera, Power Adjust Steering Column and 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Audio System.

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