MSO Defined introduces a new range of options from McLaren Special Operations

Article by Christian A., on December 3, 2014

McLaren Special Operations (MSO) announced the new “MSO Defined” division and besides this, a new range of available series options for the McLaren 650S and the Asia-only 625C. As a result, the McLaren Special Operations (NSO) will include five tiers of personalization and MSO Defined joins MSO Bespoke, MSO Limited, MSO Heritage and MSO Programmes which includes the McLaren P1 GTR.

According to McLaren, the MSO Defined will include personalization items such as carbon fiber interior upgrades as well as an aerodynamic kit. The exterior styling can be upgraded with a carbon fiber rear diffuser and extended side door blades, which premiered on the limited-edition MSO 650S.

Other options include the carbon fiber rear deck and mirror arms. For the interior, MSO Defined brings extended carbon fiber shift paddles and a redesigned instrument cluster with F1-inspired shift lights.

“There is a strong desire for drivers to personalise their cars and I’m convinced that the introduction of MSO Defined line will prove popular amongst our customers,” explains Paul Mackenzie, Executive Director of McLaren Special Operations. “Every McLaren is unique but now, with more choice than ever before, we are enabling our customers to truly express themselves through their vehicles.” [source: McLaren]

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