McLaren GT Gets A Special Edition Limited Run

McLaren Special Operations, the personalisation division of McLaren Automotive, has crafted four exclusive special-edition models of the McLaren GT, tailored specifically for the UK market. What sets these models apart are not only their limited production but also the distinct exterior colours and interior materials chosen for each.

In a nod to McLaren’s illustrious past, the chosen exterior colours for these special GT models have a rich heritage. Cerulean Blue, originally associated with the hypercar P1, harkens back to one of McLaren’s most iconic and groundbreaking models. XP Green, a colour linked to a prototype F1 road car, pays homage to the legendary McLaren F1. Sarigan Quartz, inspired by the Speedtail XP2, connects to McLaren’s cutting-edge technology and futuristic design.

Lastly, Cyber Yellow, a new shade created with inspiration from the existing Volcano Yellow, showcases McLaren’s innovative approach by infusing a silver-and-white sparkle effect into the pearlescent coat.

These limited-edition McLaren GTs, each featuring a unique colour reminiscent of McLaren’s iconic models, resonate with collectors and enthusiasts alike.

The special-edition McLaren GT models, handcrafted by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) for the UK market, boast exclusive colors and interior elements that set them apart. The exterior features distinct MSO Black Pack elements, including gloss black mirror caps, upper window trim, and exhaust accents, providing a sleek and aggressive look. The roof and wheels share the same black finish, adding to the overall sporty aesthetic.

Inside, the cabin showcases meticulous attention to detail, with diamond-pattern quilted stitching matching the exterior color. The MSO logo embellishes the headrests, while a debossed Union Jack is a subtle yet patriotic touch on the armrest and key fob.

The McLaren GT, introduced in 2019, is a grand tourer renowned for its ample luggage space and performance. It houses a potent twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine, delivering an impressive 620hp and 630Nm of torque. The power is harnessed through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, enabling the car to accelerate from 0 to 100km per hour in just 3.2 seconds. The adaptive suspension system uses advanced sensors to ensure a comfortable and controlled ride by analysing and adjusting to the road conditions in real-time.

There will be a very restricted production of only two examples for each variant, resulting in a total production of eight models.

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