McLaren’s MSO division has come up with yet another striking looking bespoke model. The model in question is finished in Pacific Blue and is based on the recently introduced 570GT which is the most luxurious model the British brand has made yet.
The bespoke 570GT is headed for the Concours Chantilly Arts & Elegance Richard Mille in France. For this year’s event, McLaren has paired with fashion house, Jean-Paul Gaultier to take part in the Concept-Cars parade where this particular 570GT will be shown.
Featuring a wide selection of MSO options together as a single concept, this is the first European example of the 570GT to feature a bespoke specification. The standard car’s carbon fibre interior components are finished with a satin lacquer but the MSO model goes further with a rich, gloss lacquer. This gloss-lacquered option also extends the entire length of the car’s sills.
Externally, to complement the interior, there’s gloss black finish to exterior details such as the side skirt, the front and rear ends and the door inserts. The show car also features a titanium exhaust system which is 30 per cent lighter than the standard offering. The system is finished with heat shields in a golden titanium nitride tint, which will naturally change colour to a blue and purple as the system heats and cools through its cycle which can be seen through the cooling grids.