McLaren’s bespoke division MSO has unveiled its latest creation based on the 570GT, which will be produced in limited numbers of just six units in total. The special 570GT is inspired by the F1 XP GT ‘Longtail’ built in 1997 (pictured below) to homologate the Le Mans winning F1 GTR.

Each example will be painted in McLaren’s ‘XP Green’ exterior paint, the same colour used on the homologation model. The exterior also features Saddle Tan aero pin-striping on the front aero blades, side skirts and rear diffuser. Additionally, the doors also carry a stripe in the same colour that progresses towards the rear from a small Union Jack emblem.

MSO Black exterior components replace the front splitter, door inserts, side air intakes, side skirts and rear bumper, diffuser and spoiler, all of which would usually be finished in Dark Palladium or body colour.

On the inside, the Saddle Tan leather interior comes with green leather inserts in the seats and green contrast stitching. There’s also a dedicated plaque fitted on the centre console beneath the touchscreen system to identify each car as being one of six in the MSO Collection.

Unchanged here is the car’s powertrain, which consists of a 3.8 litre twin-turbo V8 engine (570 PS and 600 Nm), paired with a seven-speed seamless-shift transmission. This being McLaren’s most grand touring-focused model, there’s plenty of cargo space to be utilised – 220 litres beneath the rear glass hatch and 150 litres in the front trunk.