McLaren Bringing Bespoke, Rare Supercars to Pebble Beach

McLaren Special Operations (MSO) is bringing a one-off custom 570S to the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance along with some other creations. 

Finished in a shade of purple that McLaren calls Mauvine Blue, the 570S by MSO will have a carbon black interior with contrast stitching also finished in Mauvine Blue. A Venture orange example of the 570S will also be on display, featuring a range of MSO special options.

From the Super Series range of cars, McLaren will be bringing a 675LT along with a 650S Le Mans series, both of which are ready to take on the race track and feature styling cues that throwback to McLaren’s heritage. For example, the Le Mans has been painted McLaren Orange, the same color that Bruce McLaren used on his race cars in the 1960s.

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A McLaren F1 GTR from 1996 will also be on display beside all of the new metal, showing some of McLaren’s rich racing history.

These cars listed are all for looking, but McLaren will also have a few cars up for auction. The fist will be a Volcano Red version of the McLaren P1, while the second car to cross the auction block will be a 1998 F1, in the highly sought-after LM specification.

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