McLaren 600 LT Spider, a new fantastic model
The Spider version by MSO is very incredible. Read the article below to find out more interesting news about it.
While the new McLaren 600LT Spider enters into production, the McLaren Special Operations (Mso) aims to inspire potential customers at the Geneva Motor Show through a special customization of the car, which pays homage to the previous 675LT model. The main objective of this project is to enhance the shapes of the various components in order to accentuate the dynamic aspect as much as possible. The opportunity provided by the Mso division to create an original model, made to measure in an almost crafted way, will have a limited time (not specified), so as to further increase the exclusivity of each piece.
The body is painted in the special color Mso Bespoke Dove Gray, on which stand out the Napier Green lines that outline the key elements of the design on the Longtail, from the most pronounced front splitter to the wider rear diffuser. Again: the car uses the full range of carbon fiber options, including the miniskirts and most of the rear bumper. The latter also has a satin finish, just like on the 675LT. The look is completed by the Carbon Black retractable hardtop, flanked by green brake calipers (Napier Green) and specific ultra-light 10-spoke alloy wheels with a glossy black finish. The interior is characterized by the use of carbon fiber, with ultralight seats, green contrast stitching and steering wheel covered with Alcantara. A list completed by some goodies like the accelerator pedal engraved with the 600LT mark and a recognizable plaque by Mso. Like every Longtail, the McLaren 600LT Spider from Mso is honed for on-track riding, where performance is the main attraction. Equipped with a 3.8-liter 3.8-liter V8 engine, it is lighter than any other competitor and guarantees outstanding performance: sprints from 0 to 100 km / h stored in just 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 324 km / h, with the rigid roof closed. With the roof open, the maximum speed drops just eight kilometers per hour.