This isn't your average McLaren 570GT, if you could even call the standard 570GT "average."

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The 570GT MSO concept previews a few new technologies that will eventually become options when ordering the car.

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Probably the most impressive bit is its electrochromic roof, which can change opacity at the touch of a button.

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The car's black-on-white motif can be ordered on other vehicles as part of McLaren's MSO division.

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The new titanium exhaust features a set of shields that change color based on the exhaust's temperature.

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Underneath all that fancy stuff, it's still a 570GT, utilizing a 3.8-liter, twin-turbocharged V-8 that puts out about 560 horsepower.

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The interior rocks a saddle-brown motif.

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There are a number of gloss-painted bits that, again, can be optioned through MSO during the ordering process.

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The 570GT MSO concept will be shown off at this week's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

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