McLaren has recently unveiled the all-new stylish 600LT Spider MSO which will debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show that is only a few weeks away. It is built with a bold aerodynamic and lightweight body thanks to the carbon fibre MonoCell II chassis which has enhanced the unimaginable levels of performance and safety. The British carmaker proudly displays its McLaren’s Special Operations (MSO) division which has provided the supercar with the latest visual tweaks.
The sleek and classy convertible looks great with the new muscular body and sharp lines. It is outfitted with ultra-lightweight alloy wheels that are wrapped with bespoke, track-focused Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tyres. The drop-top car is polished in Dove Grey shade highlighting Napier Green lines which offer the Longtail concept an attractive appearance. It has received an appealing front splitter to the massive rear diffuser.
The Napier Green hue is present on the splitter, sills, brake callipers, door inserts, as well as the diffuser. The company has used a new technique for this hue that recognises the overlay involved in a resilient coating that provides an extra feature bespoke tone counterpart. The coating has been carried from the previous models, McLaren 720S GT3 and 570S GT4. It has also got a shiny all-black carbon shade on the retractable hardtop roof.
Now about the interior which looks more classy and feature-packed. The buyers get some of the features to select for customization. The cabin is equipped with comfortable carbon fibre racing seats by McLaren Senna which highlights upgraded headrests. You will also notice an Alcantara headliner and carbon fibre elements on the door inserts, the sides, the gear installation and around the infotainment system. The engineers have removed the carpets and door pockets to make it lighter.
In terms of mechanical specs, the all-new 600LT Spider has received some unbelievable underpinnings which makes it just awesome, performance-wise. The supercar is powered by a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 powertrain which generates 592 hp of peak power and 620Nm of torque. The company claims the speed of 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The powertrain is combined with a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox transmission. It gets the same compelling, active braking system and seamless Active Dynamics like the current McLaren supercars.
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