McLaren Special Operations announces extended range of Sport Series options

Titanium SuperSports exhaust and Black Pack headline new MSO parts range

McLaren Sports Series owners now have even more choice when it comes to personalising their cars as McLaren Special Operations (MSO) adds further options. New exterior body addenda, a titanium exhaust and even black or orange painted ignition keys feature on the new MSO enhancement list.

The MSO Titanium SuperSports exhaust, now available for the 570S (Coupe and Spider) and 570GT is five kilograms lighter than the standard system and McLaren says it has a ‘cleaner, crisper exhaust tone’ with a ‘pronounced crescendo above 5000rpm’. It’s five decibels louder than the regular item and costs £4750 when ordered on a new car and will be available as a retrofit item in the summer.

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A new Black Pack for the 570S Coupe and 570GT sees Dark Palladium grey components (front splitter and aero blades, side skirts and air intakes, door inserts, rear diffuser, rear spoiler and bumper) replaced with black items. A Nano black exhaust finisher can also be ordered for the new MSO SuperSports exhaust.

Those with a penchant for carbon can now also opt for carbonfibre sill covers, complete with McLaren branding, for their 540C, 570S Coupe and Spider or 570GT.

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