Supercar producer McLaren’s Special Ops division is known for creating very attractive, very limited production run special editions, and the photos of this short-lived 570GT show us that the newest flash from the Brits doesn’t disappoint. It’s already sold out, though, McLaren tells us, so we’ll just have to be quicker next time.
The sleek vehicle from McLaren Special Operations was created in a super-limited run of just six cars. It’s finished with a bold XP Green paint job and a number of luxe details.
The green shade on the new McLaren 570GT, which is darker than Irish Green, and on its way to military green, was used before in the original 1997 McLaren F1 XP GT Longtail. Naturally, the sharp color palette is continued inside the cabin, where green leather trim and stitching contrasts very well with the exterior.
Additional features like a Bowers & Wilkins sound system, a GT Upgrade Pack, unique five-spoke forged wheels, and the addition of a silver Union Jack emblem make the striking vehicles truly drool-worthy.
Typically uber-powerful, the 570GT holds a 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged McLaren V8 that makes 562 hp and 443 lb-ft for a zero-to-60 leap of just 3.3 seconds.
Each of the six special-edition McLaren vehicles was sold for $249,693.82.