McLaren Special Operations, the customization division for McLaren’s road-car department, has just revealed another new product. This time, it’s a special-edition, GT4-inspired 570S created specifically for customers of McLaren Newport Beach, the company’s largest U.S. retailer.
The McLaren MSO X was commissioned as a bespoke project to emulate the look and feel of the company’s 570S GT4 race car while remaining street legal. Basically, it’s a 570S with a swath of track-ready upgrades, including a functional roof snorkel, front dive planes, a titanium exhaust, Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires, carbon-fiber bodywork, and, of course, that big rear wing, which is claimed to produce a maximum of 220 pounds of downforce.
The interior is equally racy, with the exposed carbon-fiber monocoque, carbon-fiber-shell seats, and a bespoke carbon-fiber rear bulkhead where you can store a helmet. The center storage console has been deleted, while the rest of the console has been trimmed with, yep, more carbon fiber. The car comes standard with a color-matched harness bar for easy six-point-belt installation.
All 10 examples of the MSO X—see what they did there?—have already been sold and delivered to customers. Sorry, other McLaren fans who want to play race car on the street; you’ll have to buy used once they start coming up for sale. No doubt they’ll be super affordable. In the meantime, we look forward to hearing that an outlaw spec-racing series has cropped up in Newport Beach involving a bunch of sweet McLarens.
This story originally appeared on Road & Track.