Articles about Mclaren Special Operations

It took 12 weeks for McLaren Special Ops to complete
Welcome to McLaren Special Operations' newest creation. Commissioned by McLaren Beverly Hills, 'Albert' is a one-off that pays tribute to the first "attribute testing prototype" Speedtail from 2018.Why Albert? Well, back in 1992, one of the original McLaren F1 test
Only 15 highly personalized units will be produced
It often feels like we see a new iteration of McLaren on a fortnightly basis. The McLaren Sabre, revealed as we settled into our PJs anticipating the arrival of Christmas, appears to prove that's not mere fallacy.Quite a thing, isn'
That's the way to do it
Is there a busier automotive special division than McLaren Special Operations? It seems not, with MSO pumping out motorsport-inspired supercars seemingly on a monthly basis. But with motorsport history like McLaren's to riff off, we struggle to blame them...So,
Just looking at them relieves stress
We're not sure how you're occupying yourself right now. But McLaren, as is all the rage nowadays, has been relieving its stresses via some grown-up coloring in. Specifically of its Elva speedster.So, it's been painted in two
Or at least as subtle as a supercar can be
No McLaren can escape the MSO customization treatment, and with inevitability the new GT has gone under the special ops knife. But much like the stock McLaren GT, it's been crafted with subtlety front of mind.So there's no ginormous
And the changes—inspired by the MP4/4—aren’t purely aesthetic
Ayrton Senna won the first of his three Formula 1 world championships in 1988, behind the wheel of a McLaren MP4/4. One especially devoted and especially wealthy Senna fan is honoring that anniversary with this-a P1 GTR (not an actual
Fittingly, it’s called the 720S Stealth
McLaren Special Operations exists to fulfil your wildest McLaren supercar-based bespoke fantasies. Intricate paint job? Easy. Engine bay lined in gold? Sure. Extra wheel spats for your Speedtail? Done and done.So, if you were going to the considerable expense of
A hypercar for little gearheads
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.For a car company with less than eight years of experience building road cars, McLaren is currently knocking them out at quite the rate.
Less than 5,000km on the odometer
Fancy a McLaren F1? Then step this way, because you'll struggle to find a smarter example anywhere. There are a number of reasons for this. One, it has been meticulously maintained by the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) heritage arm. So it'
To celebrate 20th anniversary of Le Mans win
In the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans race, five McLaren F1 GTRs crossed the finish line in first, third, fourth, fifth and 13th place. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of that historic (and utterly dominant) victory, McLaren Automotive's customization arm
These photos are proof positive
Two months ago, we reported that McLaren Automotive was going to resurrect the GTR nameplate for its P1 model. The "GTR" name had last been attached to the most iconic McLaren of all time, when the F1 GTR won the 24 Hours
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