All New Exclusive Car MSO McLaren HS Revealed, Already Sold Out

Aug 21, 2016 11:40 AM EDT | Mariechris Felipe

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The MSO McLaren HS was finally revealed the Concour d' Elegance Pebble Beach. The MSO McLaren HS is a powerful aggressive-looking supercar based on the McLaren 675 LT. It is an exclusive offering by Mclaren. So exclusive that only 25 units will be made and all units had already been sold out.

The new MSO McLaren HS bears the name as HS stands for High Sport and the exclusive car has been developed by McLaren's Special Operations Division (MSO). The MSO Division was founded in 2011 to provide bespoke personalisation service for McLaren customers that wanted something a bit more special. Indeed they truly delivered this time with the MSO McLaren HS.

The 25 owners of this exclusive car will enjoy the current MCLaren's 675LT Super Series Chassis and the V8 twin-turbocharged 3.8 litter but this time the power was raised from 666bhp to 688bhp and the car can range to 3000 to 7000 rpm. All thanks to its lighter mechanic and the addition of the massive carbon-fiber wing design on the back of the exclusive car.

The MSO McLaren HS will also debut a sharper front splitter, a few flaps on the sides of the car, a the huge rear spoiler derived from P1 GTR and a light windscreen glass tailored especially for it. These results in a downforce 40% higher than the McLaren 675 LT

The inside of the car also holds the secret to its speed The leather upholstery had been replaced with Alcantara saving 3.5kg. Its new racing seats is made of satin carbon fiver subtracting another 15kg and the aircon controls was moved from the doors to the centre control system to save more weight.

And because the MSO McLaren HS is a special order, the 25 lucky owners can also customize their cars the way they want to. No two MSO McLaren HS will be the same. The price of the MSO Mclaren HS was undisclosed and Mclaren said they wont tell how much these buyers paid for this limited-run vehicle.

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