McLaren Special Operation (MSO) has just wrapped up work on one of its most bespoke projects ever commissioned with the release of a very special McLaren 650S dubbed ‘Project Kilo’.
Making the McLaren 650S Project Kilo so unique are its plethora of carbon fibre elements which really make it stand out from all other 650S units we’ve seen produced so far. Carbon fibre now adorns the roof, rear diffuser, sill panels, engine cover, rear wing, wing mirrors and air vent bezels. These carbon fibre accents are matched with a special silver paint finish which really gives an exceptionally classy appearance to the mid-engined British supercar.
Elsewhere, the McLaren 650S Project Kilo features aluminium water and oil filler caps now painted in the body colour and complete with McLaren Orange logos. The wheel centre caps are also painted in McLaren Orange and are joined with lightweight titanium wheel nuts.
Final touches featured on the McLaren 650S Project Kilo are an orange painted Kiwi on the engine in reference to the birth place of Bruce McLaren which was of course New Zealand. The car also features a 24 carat gold plated exhaust heatshield, body colour interior switches and McLaren Orange painted inner door seams complete with MSO logos.