McLaren MSO 650S Project Kilo rear

McLaren introduces the MSO 650S Project Kilo

February 4, 2015
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McLaren Special Operations has revealed a one-off McLaren 650S Project Kilo. The company says that this model is one of the most personalised, bespoke projects that MSO has ever undertaken till date. The bespoke 650S sports a number of carbon fibre options including the roof, diffuser, vent bezels, bespoke branded sill panels and instrument cluster bezel with integrated shift lights.

McLaren MSO 650S Project Kilo rear air intake

The aluminum water and oil filler caps are body colour painted with McLaren Orange logos. Other features include McLaren Orange painted inner door seams with MSO logos, body coloured interior switches with a satin black starter switch and a 24 carat gold plated exhaust heatshield.

McLaren MSO 650S Project Kilo engine

There is a small drawing of a Kiwi bird on the engine cover. The drawing of Kiwi is with reference to New Zealand, the birth place of McLaren founder, Bruce McLaren.

More information is available in the press release below.

This very special MSO 650S, codenamed ‘Project Kilo’, is one of the most personalised, bespoke projects that MSO have undertaken to date.

McLaren MSO 650S Project Kilo

The car features an extensive list of carbon fibre options including the roof, diffuser, vent bezels, bespoke branded sill panels and instrument cluster bezel with integrated shift lights.

Meticulous attention to detail including aluminium water and oil filler caps painted body colour with McLaren Orange logos, McLaren Orange painted inner door seams with MSO logos, body coloured interior switches with a satin black starter switch and a 24 carat gold plated exhaust heatshield.

McLaren MSO 650S Project Kilo engine cover

Finishing touches included a personal dedication plate on the driver’s door, a pair of bespoke designed keys, wheel centre caps painted with a McLaren Orange speed mark and lightweight titanium wheels nuts.

The Kiwi on the engine cover is, of course, a reference to New Zealand, the birth place of our founder, Bruce McLaren.

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