McLaren Special Operations shows off Customized MSO 12C Concept

MSO 12C Concpet has just about everything MSO offers

Dec 9 2013, 12:30pm CST | by

McLaren Special Operations shows off Customized MSO 12C Concept
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Like many high-end exotic car manufacturers, McLaren has an arm that customizes its already exclusive vehicles for more exclusivity and performance. McLaren Special Operations has unveiled a new car called the MSO 12C Concept and it has a number of cool features to improve style and performance.

The car has a revised hood, front wing louvers, rear wing vents, a new airbrake, and an roof scoop that funnels air to the engine. The car also has titanium wheel bolts and titanium oil and water filler caps.

Inside the car gets lots of carbon fiber touches with body color switch packs and bezels and trim. The car also gets special wheels that look like flowers to me.

 
 
 

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/3" rel="author">Shane McGlaun</a>
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