A new video uploaded onto the web is detailing the McLaren 650S Project Kilo, a very rare example of the rear mid-engined, rear-wheel drive supercar.
One of the hottest versions of the McLaren 650S is this 650S Project Kilo. The model in question has been made out of carbon fiber as the lightweight material has been used on its front splitter, on the side mirrors, on the roof, on the vents and skirts, on the rear airbrake, on the vents surrounding the rear window, on the diffuser, decklid and several other bits and pieces.
While the regular version of the McLaren 650S Coupe is weighing 1,330 kg (2,932 lbs), we are not sure what the total weight of the 650S Project Kilo is because McLaren Special Operations hasn’t provided any technical specifications on the model in question. Besides the carbon fiber body, the 650S Project Kilo can also stand out from a crowd thanks to its unique Kilo Gray paint, to the MSO lettering on the side skirts, to the orange brake calipers and several other tweaks.
The cabin has received bucket seats, MSO branding, orange accents and that’s about all. MSO has fitted the impressive 650S Project Kilo with a 24-karat gold plated exhaust shield, which is making us remember the McLaren F1. We are not sure how much the 3.8 liter twin turbo V8 engine is producing under its hood, but in the regular 650S, this is rated at 641 HP (478 kW) and 680 Nm (500 lb-ft) of torque.