McLaren have unveiled a fully road legal, racing modified version of their sports coupe, the 570s. It's name is the McLaren MSO X.
The MSO X has been given the full GT revamp ahead of it's release, including custom, special edition racing themed colour schemes.
On top of just the colour scheme, the aerodynamics of the car have seen a complete transformation - the star of the show being the pylon-mounted rear wing that adds 220 pounds of downforce to the car, according to McLaren.
It doesn't stop there. The MSO X features a carbon fibre roof snorkel and a GT4-style bonnet that increase the car's induction airflow. On top of all of this, front diveplanes, an MSO titanium super sports exhaust, and a set of Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres round off the list of additions to the road legal racing model of the 570s.
These are simply the additions to the exterior to the car. The interior has been given a total makeover - carbon fibre bucket seats with the option of 6 point racing harnesses, and fully exposed carbon fibre sill panels extend the use of the ultra-lightweight material around the car. Carbon fibre makes up the bonnet, the side skirts, the roof, the engine cover and the rear bumper - so pretty much from front to back.
So it sounds like it's been designed purely as a race car, but not quite everything has been stripped from the standard version of the 570s to make way for this stunning looking, animal of a car. In transition from 570s to MSO X, the McLaren has maintained it's parking sensors and it's rear view cameras, as well as it's air conditioning - so that when it gets sweaty in the cockpit tearing around a circuit, you can keep the air in the cabin nice and fresh.
There's some good news and some bad news though. The good news is that the McLaren MSO X is fully road legal. The bad news is that only 10 are being made, and they've already been sold.
So even though they're road legal, you probably still won't be seeing any of them actually on the road.