The Geneva Motor Show is the big one for reveals of supercars and exotics, and McLaren is joining in on the festivities with a bigger display than in past years.
The British supercar maker will be debuting a limited edition 675LT Spider at the show, and will also have a P1 and the 650S GT3 racing car on display. A still-to-be-announced addition to McLaren’s Sports Series family of cars will also debut at the show.
The 675LT Spider is one of only 500 that will be produced worldwide, and will be a one-off bespoke version of the model by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) featuring more carbon fiber and a unique Ceramic Grey pain finish.
The P1 at the show marks the recent completion of the hypercar’s production. The P1 will be shown with a blue carbon fiber finish, a 24-carat gold exhaust shield (which pays homage to the legendary McLaren F1) and is one of the 375 road legal versions produced.
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