McLaren may have a surprise coming to Geneva, but the two models we know about are also worth mentioning.

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This McLaren P1 is the first to be shown off with a body made entirely of hand-laid carbon fiber, which has been tinted blue.

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The company only recently started offering fully exposed carbon bodies.

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This is actually a customer car, one of the 375 that will roll off the production line.

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Another unique touch on this vehicle is its black-painted wheels, which isn't necessarily breaking any new ground.

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But, hot damn, that carbon fiber looks good in blue.

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The interior's been treated to some special touches, as well.

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This P1 has been upgraded with carbon-black Alcantara and contrasting blue stitching.

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You can't see it, but there's also a 24-karat-gold exhaust heat shield hidden in the engine compartment.

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Geneva will mark the first time McLaren has shown off the 675LT Spider in public.

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This model also features that 24-karat-gold heat shield -- again, not that you can see it.

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This specific Spider packs a custom ceramic-gray paint job and more carbon fiber than you'd find on a more "standard" 675LT.

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Its airbrake is painted on the top, but the bottom half shows off its carbon-fiber construction.

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As you might expect, the interior's been given a few MSO Bespoke bits.

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Its black Alcantara seats are finished off with contrasting yellow stitching.

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Naked carbon fiber is lovely, no matter what shade it's in.

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McLaren hasn't yet said what its surprise will be, but we doubt it's an affordable sedan.

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