Other changes include a revised bumper, splitter, flared hood with vents, aero package (including bumpers, diffusers, and a wing), new 19-inch wheels, new interior trimmings, and a full respray in color or livery of your choosing, and finally, an advanced handling package. That includes new retuned suspension and redone steering. Khoshbin says the latter has something to do with retuning the rack to be more direct. If any owners tire of their new toys, McLaren will let the owners keep their spares so that the cars can be converted back to stock.
Of course, what is a 1-of-12 $600K+ supercar without special badging to remind everyone what it is? All SLR HDKs will get special MSO badging and build number plaques. In addition, McLaren will refinish the cars received as needed. So, if you’re going to track your SLR before turning it into a racer, now might be the time to do that.