McLaren’s stand at the Geneva Motor Show 2016 is pretty packed this year. The full-carbon McLaren P1 by MSO is one of the highlights. The option for a full-carbon McLaren P1 wasn’t a factory option. It is aftermarket with the conversion carried out on one of the existing McLaren P1’s. We took a closer look.
This particular McLaren P1 gets a full visual carbon fibre body with a bespoke ‘Lio Blue’ tinted lacquer. At least one other full carbon McLaren P1 has been delivered after the option was made available to McLaren P1 customers earlier in the year.
The car gets a gloss black finish to the wheels. The interior includes a retrim of the interior with carbon black Alcantara and contrasting blue stitching. The final bespoke element is a 24-carat gold exhaust heatshield as a homage to the McLaren F1.
The Lio Blue full-carbon McLaren P1 is identical to the standard McLaren P1. The 3.8 litre twin-turbo V8 and electric motor make a combined output of 903 bhp. The P1 weighs in at just 1,547 kg and manages a 0 to 100 km/h time of 2.8 seconds with an electronically limited to a top speed of 350 km/h (220 mph).
The McLaren P1 production run came to an end in December 2015, there is no word of a replacement just yet. For full details of the full-carbon McLaren P1, take a look at our earlier article. For more from the Geneva Motor Show 2016, take a look at our dedicated news channel.