McLaren Special Operations has a new line of 570S and 570GT customization options to kick them up a notch
Have you fallen in love with McLaren's Sports Series range but thought the 570 models could use a bit more aural theatre? Well, you're in luck. , the British supercar builder's in-house personalization program, will now fit and models with its new MSO Defined Titanium SuperSports Exhaust, which is 5-pounds lighter and 5 dB louder than the stock pipes. McLaren claims it also produces a "cleaner, crisper exhaust tone" from their 3.8-liter twin-turbo V-8.
The exhaust option is currently only available on new and GT orders, but those who already have keys in hand owners won't be left out as the exhaust will be available as a retrofit piece through McLaren Aftersales starting in mid-2018. For the pleasure of conducting such a refined mechanical symphony with your right foot, expect to shell out £4,750. MSO also announced the addition of new design elements to make your McLaren more visually dramatic, beginning with a new MSO Defined Black Pack for 570 models. As its name states, the package brings back body panels to 570 models to replace the stock Dark Palladium grey pieces.
It's not just a couple of panels, either. The Black Pack includes a new front splitter, front aero blades, side skirts and side air intakes, door inserts, rear diffuser, rear spoiler and rear bumper. On Coupé models, the Black Pack also brings a waist finisher, rear deck and service cover. Furthermore, MSO Defined Extended Carbon Fibre Sill Covers are now available on the entire line of Sports Series cars, including the 540C, and MSO Defined Ignition Keys can be ordered in either Black or McLaren Orange. McLaren didn't detail pricing for the visual modifications—but,