McLaren Special Operations has officially pulled the wraps off its newest creation, the one-off McLaren 650S Project Kilo.
The newest model to come out from MSO (McLaren Special Operations) is called the 650S Project Kilo and this is a one-off vehicle which has been described as one of the “bespoke project that MSO have undertaken to date”. The supercar has received features such as the rear diffuser, the new sill panels, the roof and several other tweaks, all of them made out of carbon fiber.
“Meticulous attention to detail including aluminum water and oil filler caps painted body color with McLaren Orange logos, McLaren Orange painted inner door seams with MSO logos, body colored interior switches with a satin black starter switch and a 24 carat gold plated exhaust heat shield”, says the company in its official press release.
The vehicle has also received a kiwi on the engine cover, reference to the birth place of Bruce McLaren, one of the founders, New Zealand. We are not sure at this time whether any performance modifications have been made to the supercar, but in standard form, the model is packing a modified version of the 3.8 liter V8 twin turbo engine, which, in this case, is producing a total of 641 HP (478 kW) and 680 Nm (500 lb-ft) of torque, sent to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), the supercar needs 3 seconds and it can go all the way up to 333 km/h (207 mph).