This is the all new McLaren 570GT MSO tuned concept which is set to debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
The changes are basically a roof that is capable of adjusting the cabin brightness and a new exhaust system among cosmetic changes. The new technology called the “Electro-Chromic” Roof adds an extra layer of electro-chromic interlayer to the sunroof glass.
This roof was mainly installed for owners who live in hotter climates says McLaren and will only be available on the McLaren 570GT MSO. The adjustable roof brightness controls can completely tint the roof and control how much light comes into the cabin.
The exhaust is made by MSO and is constructed out of titanium to be 30% lighter than the standard one. The exhaust mainly improves the sound to deliver a richer tone compared to the standard stainless-steel system. The heat shields are finished in a golden titanium nitride tint which allows the exhaust to change color as it heats to a hot blue/purple.
Clearly the McLaren 570GT MSO is painted in pearl white complemented with gloss-black bits including the rims, the front air inlet, front lip, door inserts, side skirts and gloss-lacquered carbon fiber sill panels.
The interior remains anything but docile with 12-speakers from Bowers and Wilkins accompanied by a tan leather layout and some gloss lacquer carbon fiber pieces. The engine remains the same; 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-8 while storage is set at 370 liters.
The McLaren 570GT MSO is priced at £154,000 but could get a tad too expensive with optional extras.
Source: McLaren Automotive