You are looking at a one-of-a-kind 650S Coupe created by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) as a method to showcase the numerous individualization options offered for the company’s latest product, the 650S, offered not only as a Coupe but also as a Spider. As a matter of fact, these upgrades are also compatible with its predecessor, the 12C, both Coupe and Spider versions. The car has gained different side blades and rear diffuser manufactured from carbon fiber. In addition, the 650S by MSO wears a lovely Agrigan Black body paint that was created by mixing metallic black with deep ruby red.
The vehicle seen here also has a carbon fiber front splitter, a GT3-inspired rear bumper, carbon air intakes and satin black rims shod in Pirelli P Zero Corsa rubbers. On the inside it boasts P1-derived carbon fiber seats that are each 15 kg lighter than those of the standard McLaren 650S Coupe.
Prepare your wallet and bank accounts as McLaren has just announced the U.S. pricing details for the recently introduced 650S Coupe and Spider. The fixed roof model can be yours if you are willing to spend $265,000 while the open-top derivative can be had for a starting price of $280,225. If you live in Canada, the Coupe will set you back $287,000 whereas the Spider costs $305,500. Regardless of the model you select, it will come with standard carbon ceramic brakes as well as full Alcantara upholstery.
Motivation of both versions is provided by a V8 3.8-liter twin-turbo engine developing no less than 650 HP and a maximum torque of 678 Nm. Output is sent to the wheels through a 7-speed DSG that allows the coupe to hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3 seconds en route to a 207 mph (333 km/h) top speed. The Spider will do the sprint in the same amount of time but it has a slightly lower 204 mph (329 km/h) maximum speed.