Two McLarens, one theme: carbon fibre. May we present a pair of McLaren’s finest models, here given special treatment from the company’s very special, um, Special Operations division.
You’ll know by now that all 375 editions of the P1 have sold out. As a tribute, McLaren has decked out One Of The 375 with a full visual carbon fibre body - hand-laid – together with a bespoke blue tinted lacquer.
The wheels have been finished in gloss black, the interior has been retrimmed in carbon black Alcantara with contrast blue stitching, while the best bit for McLaren aficionados lies in the exhaust: the heatshield has been forged from 24-carat gold, in homage to the McLaren F1. Very, very cool.
Nothing’s been done to the drivetrain, but then nothing needs doing to the drivetrain, because 903bhp is acceptable for any of your motoring needs, bar a mission to Mars. And you have to admit, this particular P1 looks astonishing.
Joining it in Geneva will be the Special Ops-tuned 675LT Spider you see above. This car – one of 500 models, which have already sold out too – gets a carbon fibre retractable hardtop, carbon fibre front wing louvres, and front bumper endplates, side skirts, side intakes and rear bumper all finished in visual carbon too.
The Ceramic Grey colour is an MSO special, while inside there are a pair of Alcantara-trimmed racing seats. Oh, and gold detailing around the engine bay, and the same 24-carat gold exhaust heatshield as the P1.
No change in performance for the 675LT Spider, but again, do you really need any more than 666bhp, 0-62mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 204mph?
Have a click through the gallery above – both cars will be on display at Geneva, alongside the 650S GT3 car, and an as-yet unnamed addition to the firm’s Sports Series range.