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Lot 66

2020   |   Amelia Island 2020

2018 McLaren MSO X

SOLD $173,600

Estimate

$275,000 - $325,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

SBM13DAA0JW570001

Car Highlights

One of 10 Built by McLaren Special Operations
Commissioned by McLaren Newport Beach
Competition Look and Feel, Yet Built for the Road
Arresting Solar Yellow and Harrods Green Livery
Showing Just 637 Miles at Time of Cataloguing

Technical Specs

3,799 CC DOHC V-8 Engine
Electronic Fuel Injection and Engine Management
Twin Turbochargers with Intercoolers
562 BHP at 7,400 RPM
7-Speed Dual-Clutch Automated Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Hydraulic Carbon Ceramic Disc Brakes
4-Wheel Independent Suspension with Coil Springs
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Based on McLaren’s Sport Series 570S, the MSO X was commissioned by McLaren Newport Beach with just 10 manufactured. While closely emulating the 570S GT4 racer, the MSO X was built for enjoyment on the road with parking sensors, rearview cameras, vehicle lift, and air-conditioning. The MSO X debuted at a special customer event near Las Vegas in January 2018, where all 10 cars were presented to their buyers.

Body details and aerodynamic features closely follow the full-competition cars, including the rear air diffuser and large wing. Other MSO X highlights include a custom titanium exhaust system and Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires, plus satin finish carbon fiber on the entire body, including the roof, engine cover, side skirts, and rear bumper. The GT4-spec flavor of the 562 hp MSO X also extends to the interior, with its deliberately exposed MonoCell 2 chassis. Other MSO X special features include Alcantara-covered carbon fiber seats, carbon fiber sill panels, a bespoke helmet-storage bulkhead, six-point harnesses, and McLaren Track Telemetry system. Featuring a Solar Yellow and Harrods Green livery, this 2018 McLaren MSO X had been driven just 637 miles at the time of cataloguing. Accompanied by its window sticker listing features, options, and original details, it benefits from an annual service performed during January 2020 at McLaren Newport Beach and includes service records. One of only 10 built, it marks a thrilling, dualpurpose modern supercar find.