In accordance to its Track25 business plan that was announced last year, McLaren is ceasing production of the 600LT Coupe. The British firm has, nevertheless, unveiled a new example enhanced by MSO.
Commissioned by McLaren London, as part of the retailer’s celebrations of selling the 1,000th car since it began operations in June 2011, it features a carbon fiber roof and roof scoop and 10-spoke, ultra-lightweight wheels finished in gloss black contrasted by orange brake calipers.
Orange has been used inside for the stitching on the seat pads and the 12-o’clock mark on the carbon black Alcantara steering wheel. The headrests have a ‘600LT’ embroidery and the accelerator pedal has the same branding, while a Bowers & Wilkins sound system, reversing camera, parking sensors, axle lift and McLaren Track Telemetry system are part of the package.
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This 600LT Coupe has also been equipped with the MSO Clubsport Pro Pack, which adds front fender louvres, titanium wheel bolts, carbon fiber racing seats and interior trim and six-point harnesses.
While the Coupe will leave production soon, customers will still be able to purchase the 600LT Spider, which is also offered in a limited run. The open-top Macca has a sticker price of £201,500 ($250,235/€223,054) in the United Kingdom, and $256,500 in the U.S., without any options.
Like the fixed-top version, the convertible packs the same 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V8, with 600 PS (592 hp / 441 kW) and 620 Nm (457 lb-ft) of torque. That’s enough to rocket it to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds and up to a 324 km/h (201 mph) top speed – a mere 4 km/h (3 mph) slower than the Coupe.