This stunning McLaren 720S by MSO shows off what they called the ‘Velocity’ theme, with the bespoke supercar having been revealed at this year’s Geneva show. The team at McLaren Special Operations will allow potential customers to personalize virtually everything about this car. Showing off an incredible level of exclusivity,
Thinking about the 1990s always gets me feeling nostalgic and excited at the same time; to me, it was a great time for the automotive industry, something that this creation strongly supports. Getting your hand on a McLaren F1 is a rare treat, not to mention a financial
McLaren’s stand at the Geneva Motor Show 2016 was packed, with people having difficulties in choosing what to drool at. The full-carbon McLaren P1 by MSO was definitely worth the attention, with the aftermarket conversion carried out on one of the existing McLaren P1, rather than building one from scratch.
The McLaren 675 LT Spider is another jewel to roll off the company’s assembly line. The supercar you see here has received a Ceramic Grey exterior, complemented by various carbon fiber components For instance, the retractable hardtop shows off some satin carbon fiber looks and will operate at speeds of up to 40 km/h (25 mph); the new front
The McLaren 675LT is an impressive supercar, which is why it’s been dubbed ‘baby P1’. However, the McLaren Special Operations division decided the vehicle was due for a personalizing package, allowing this particular one differ from the 500 rolling out the factory gates. The McLaren has been painted
McLaren is known for coming up with outrageous rides for us to drool at; so, for the company to reveal a one-off version of the 650S Coupe is even more exciting for me. The McLaren 650S by MSO was developed for the China, and although