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No less than ten 570S Coupes have been transformed by the specialists over at McLaren Special Operations in order to pay homage to the famous F1 GTR race car – and they also used as inspiration the modern 570S GT4 racer.

With willing to pay customers, these special 570S examples have remained road legal – and could serve as a financially savvy substitute to the McLaren F1, which nowadays trades at auctions in excess of 10 million bucks. No worries, because McLaren Newport Beach has risen to the occasion and commissioned for ten very, very wealthy customers something special. The dealer and McLaren Special Operations have now developed bespoke MSO X versions of the 570S Coupe. They’re inspired mostly by the competition livery of the legendary F1 GTR racer, with a touch of 570S GT4 just to make sure everyone knows we’re dealing with a modern sports car.

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In addition, these ten custom examples are fully street legal, with MSO fitting dive planes at the edges of the bumpers, a race-inspired hood with additional intakes, a functional roof-mounted air intake, as well as an additional wing out in the back – just to make sure the driver has another 220 pounds (100 kilograms) of aerodynamic downforce. A titanium exhaust jumps in for the soundtrack part, and to make things premium sporty there are certain parts finished in a satin-brushed carbon fiber. MSO has also treated the cockpit to lots of carbon fiber, while the rest is adorned with an abundance of Alcantara. Naturally, we’re only given the scoop on McLaren Newport Beach’s ten special edition examples after they’ve been commissioned by their respective customers…