Last week, we took a look at the final set of McLaren 600LT Spider models, which feature an exclusive exterior design by MSO the McLaren Special Operations. Called Segestria Borealis, the twelve models have been nicknamed “Spider Spider.” We took a closer look at the vehicle’s exterior design in that article, so today we thought we’d see what sets the interior apart from other McLaren 600LT Spider models by highlighting the design of its cabin and some of the features it adds.
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The Spider Segestria Borealis by MSO includes the MSO Clubsport Pack, which means the cabin will be upgraded with Super Lightweight Carbon Fibre Racing Seats in addition to a complete Carbon Fibre interior overhaul. This package also includes titanium bolts for the wheels and MSO Defined Gloss Visual Carbon Fibre Front Fender Louvres, which we didn’t mention when talking about the exterior.
The incredibly bold, spider-like aesthetic of the vehicle’s exterior is carried over on the inside, adding MSO Bespoke green stitching and a webbing design to the Alcantara-trimmed racing seats, a unique embroidery to the headrests, matching stitching in the steering wheel and a 12 o’clock highlight mark.
Also coming standard, even further enhancing the incredible McLaren 600LT Spider, is a 12-speaker audio system from Bowers and Wilkins. Other feature improving the cabin include McLaren Track Telemetry, a rearview camera, parking sensors, a volumetric alarm upgrade and a vehicle lift option that enables you to life the nose of the vehicle when necessary.
With the next McLaren Longtail on the horizon, it’s time to say goodbye to the 600LT. This final dozen is incredible and really paves the way for the upcoming 765LT. We cannot wait to see what MSO does next!