You can own this McLaren 675LT Spider with MSO specifications for less than $500,000

Article by Christian A., on June 28, 2017

Having a full list of MSO options is certainly one of the modern miracles in the world of after-market tuning. That said, there’s a McLaren 675LT Spider with MSO upgrades currently on sale at McLaren Scottsdale. For $487,572, the 675LT Spider features Mercedes Benz’s Flintgrau Metallic paint with MSO’s front splitter, rear diffuser, rear bumper, hood and side skirts all made with carbon fiber. In addition, the airbrakes, roof and hood have been painted off with a pair of racing stripes in Cerberus Pearl.

With this many MSO options, the one listed here may not even be the highest priced McLaren 675LT but it surely is one of a kind. We say this because a whole other range of MSO upgrades could be seen throughout the exterior. For example, there’s a new set of wheels in bronze with brake calipers in signature McLaren Orange. It also boasts a satin blue carbon fiber paddle shifts and a 24 carat gold heat shield throughout the exhausts.

Inside, the MSO specced 675LT Spider comes with a unique combination of carbon black leather and Alcantra fabric with a touch of Midnight Blue to highlight the accents. To create a connection with the exterior motif, the seat belts feature the same McLaren Orange just as the one painted on the brake calipers. All in, this entire set would typically cost you more than $90,000, which we think isn’t bad for a car bearing the Speedy Kiwi “swoosh” logo to start with.

In any case, the standard model is already loaded with features including front dual zone air conditioning system, wireless phone connectivity, leather upholstery, entertainment system, power convertible roof, automatic temperature control, electronic stability and navigation system.

Furthermore, the 3.8-liter V8 special car is fully equipped with all the convenient amenities as well as the latest features for entertainment. Among them are the overhead console, remote keyless entry, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, speed control and illuminated entry.

For added safety and visibility in all kinds of weather, the 675LT comes equipped with low tire pressure warning, fully automatic headlights, front reading lights, rear window defroster, variably intermittent wipers and rain sensing wipers. Additionally, the digital/analog display on the instrument panel features a tachometer, an outside temperature display and trip computer.

Lastly, the entertainment system features LCD monitors with one at the first row and another one at the main console. The primary LCD size is at 7 inches and is backed by Meridian speaker and SIRIUS AM/FM radio for unmatched listening and viewing pleasure. For superior comfort, the bucket seats in front have center armrests and are mostly covered with premium leather.

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