McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has released several pictures of a one-off 570S Coupe that’s destined to make its debut at the luxurious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance later this month.

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Say… does this not remind you of #BruiseWayne?

MSO, McLaren’s bespoke division will return to Pebble Beach where they were officially launched back in 2011, only this time to showcase more individualisation options on the forthcoming 570S Coupe – the company’s first ever model in the McLaren Sports Series range.

Two fine examples of uniquely customised 570S Coupes will be showcased at the event, one of which is what you’re seeing here, painted in a specially formulated Mauvine Blue shade. This colour trails into the bespoke interior that’s complemented with Carbon Black leather. McLaren hasn’t taken the wraps off the second 570S, but that will also get a unique paint job – Ventura Orange, and will be presented on the Concept Lawn.

While they both enjoy a good makeover, the oily bits remain unchanged, charging the same  3.8-litre twin turbo V8 engine making 562 hp at 7,400 rpm and 600 Nm of torque from 5,000 rpm to 6,500 rpm. It weighs 1,313kg thanks to extensive use of carbon fibre, and boasts a class’ best power-to-weight ratio of 428 hp per tonne. Transmission of choice is the seven-speed Sequential Shift gearbox. 2015-McLaren-570S-7

Other McLaren models will also be featured at the Concours d’Elegance, beginning with a pair of limited edition 675LT. Completing the lineup is the limited run 650S Le Mans (only 50 units built, all sold) and a 1996 McLaren F1 GTR.

In addition to the models on display, McLaren will also put two their most exclusive models on auction – a McLaren P1™ and the penultimate McLaren F1. The Volcano Red example of the limited edition P1 is one of just 375 models, and represents the McLaren Ultimate Series at the pinnacle of the three tier model range. The 1998 McLaren F1 (chassis #073) on the other hand, is in a highly sought-after specification with a number of ‘LM’ upgrades.


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