McLaren presents the new limited edition model 650S Spider by MSO specialties. The supercar will be available in only 50 copies and list of enhancements include leather, alcantara, carbon accents, alloy lightweight ten-spoke, only three unique shades for finishing body signature of the famous Frank Stephenson and a special bag, designed for weekend outs.
Designed by McLaren designers with specialists of special projects, new MSO 650S is the ideal choice for those who want maximum exclusivity for the car they drive.
And the best argument to support this statement lies in the number of copies to be made, a limited number of 50. Not surprisingly, the British supercar can praise and another series of unique touches, and only three shades offered for finishing body: Papaya Spark, Agrigan Black and Sarigan Quartz.
Same appearance will attract eyes of others and ten-spoke wheel rims and two colors of equipment offered in the company of many accents made of carbon fiber.
Carbon fiber, of course, plays a major role in decorating the interior layout, making the presence felt both in the center console, one is found in its pure state, and the instrument panel, where appears as leather trim. There is no shortage of scenery also of any items covered in alcantara, the three materials managed to give birth to an ambient enviable.
But everything comes with a price: New McLaren MSO 650S Coupe starts at £ 252,500, while the Spider version cost more with about £ 20,000. If British supercar it’s worth or not, it is up to each of us.
The fact is that on the list of goodies still find a leather bag, leather imitating carbon fiber and alcantara, while autograph enthusiasts will respond enthusiastically to designer Frank Stephenson autograph.
That however does not excuse the fact that the V8 twin-turbo 3.8-liter escaped completely untouched, the new MSO 650S offering the same maximum values as well as standard 650 horsepower and 678 Newton meters – enough for both acceleration from 0-100 km / h in 3.1 seconds and to a top speed of 333 kilometers per hour.