McLaren’s entry-level car has been spotted around the country a few times in prototype form, but at the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, two one-off 570S examples from McLaren Special Operations (MSO) will be stole the show.
The customization division of McLaren Automotive has prepped two 570S Coupes for the California crowd, each to showcase the full range of options that will be available. As an Aug. 10 press release from the marque tells us, the first featured Mauvine Blue paint with a Carbon Black leather interior, while the second was finished in Ventura Orange.
Other McLaren creations were also seen around other locations during Monterey Car Week, including the 650S Le Mans and the 1996 McLaren F1 GTR that finished eighth at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Those that attended RM Auctions’ event during Monterey Car Week also had the chance to bring a McLaren home. A Volcano Red McLaren P1 and the 1998 F1, the penultimate F1 bearing chassis #073.
Earlier reports from McLaren listed the 570S as being capable of a 0-60 mph time of just 3.1 seconds with a top speed of 200 mph. A twin-turbo V8 creating 562 hp is responsible for those numbers, all with a starting price of $184,900. Along with the 675LT, the 570S Coupe is part of the McLaren Sport Series.
Check out the photos of the McLarens making their way to Pebble Beach below, and if you weren’t able to attend the events, find your own McLaren from our exclusive listings.
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