McLaren MSO Carbon Series 675 LT Spider announced

New limited run car uses 40 percent more carbon fibre than standard 675 LT

McLaren has announced an even more limited run version of the already exclusive 675 LT Spider. Called the MSO Carbon Series LT, the car will be limited to 25 units globally, all of which have already sold.

It uses the same bare carbon fibre effect seen on the McLaren P1 and features no less than 40 percent more carbon fibre body panels. New to the MSO over the standard LT is a carbon fibre retractable roof and tonneau, as well as A-pillars, bonnet and rear deck. Even the fuel filler cap is carbon.

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Fitted as standard is McLaren's 'track telemetry pack', which adds three different cameras to the car so you can easily capture any driving done on track. 

>Read our McLaren 675 LT Spider review

McLaren has said that it's not possible to retro-fit all the carbon fibre found on the MSO LT, meaning those who already own 675 LTs will be stuck with just the standard, albeit truly fantastic, road car.

Like the standard 675 LT, the MSO Carbon Series car uses the same 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 producing 666bhp. It's capable of a 2.9 second 0-62mph time and can hit 124mph in just 8.1 seconds.

If you'd like to read more about the 675 LT Spider, why not take a look at our review here. Alternatively, you can watch our 2015 evo car of the year film to see who the Coupe performed.



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