McLaren Bares All With Naked Blue Carbon Fiber P1 Hypercar

This million-dollar baby has no paint, but plenty of nude attitude.
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At the Geneva Auto Show next month, McLaren Automotive will present a custom version of its eye-popping $1 million P1 "hypercar" prepared by its bespoke McLaren Special Operations (MSO) division, bodied entirely in carbon fiber tinted blue but with no paintwork whatsoever.

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McLaren

Created to demonstrate the craftsmanship and extreme levels of personalization available to McLaren owners, the UK-built car was fashioned from one of only 375 P1’s produced.

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McLaren

The carbon weave was hand-laid with a bespoke "Lio Blue" tinted lacquer to achieve the unique effect, which costs about $310,000 to do.

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McLaren

The Geneva Motor Show will mark the first time the visual carbon fiber conversion will be seen publicly. 

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McLaren

Other key upgrades to the drop-dead gorgeous car include a gloss black finish on the wheels, and a full carbon black Alcantara interior with contrast blue stitching. 

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McLaren

Finally a 24-carat gold exhaust heatshield was also fitted in homage to the P1’s spiritual predecessor, the legendary McLaren F1 road car. Now that's hot.