No, this is not a camouflaged prototype of the McLaren MP4-12C . This is an actual MP4-12C that’s been dressed by McLaren dealer Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut.
So what did they use to dress this up?
Apparently, the vinyl wrap used to decorate this MP4-12C is the same camouflage patterns McLaren uses for its own prototypes. Since Miller Motorcars is a certified McLaren dealer, we’re guessing that they got some sort of blessing from Woking, England to cover this MP4-12C with this camouflaged pattern. The dealer even has a name for it: the Greenwich Special Edition.
It’s also a pre-owned vehicle with some mileage on it, but for the sheer uniqueness of it all, its $259,035 price tag might be a little justified. And if for nothing else, the prospective buyer can take comfort knowing that he’s buying a supercar that’s unique to its own.
Click past the jump to read about the McLaren MP4-12C
First introduced in 2010, the McLaren MP4-12C has become one of the most popular supercars in the world. With the heritage of the iconic F1 in its blood, the MP4-12C is a serious exotic monster, complete with a 3.8-liter V-8 engine that produces 616 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. All that power translates to performance figures that includes a 0-60 mph time of 3.1 seconds with a top speed of 207 mph.