McLaren showcased a full carbon-fiber bodied P1 at the Geneva Motor Show. Now, McLaren Special Operations (MSO) have got their hands on a 675LT Spider and they’ve created a limited edition ‘LT Carbon Series’.
Only 25 units of the full carbon McLaren 675LT Spider are scheduled for production and they’re all sold out. The 675LT Spider is in itself a rare supercar with just 500 units planned. Hence, customers of the ‘LT Carbon Series’ can expect good returns on their investment in the months and years to come.
While technically, the gloss-carbon fiber bodied 675LT Spider is the same as the standard 675LT Spider, the MSO treatment means, these cars have retailed for a much higher price tag. That said, McLaren hasn’t disclosed the actual price of the upgrade. Under all that expensive bodywork is the same 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 making 666 hp and 700 Nm of torque.