We're glad he didn't go with the traditional Ferrari or Bentley that all the key players gravitate towards. But what does "675LT" mean for us ordinary people who don't have a great kicking foot?
Well, the 675LT is for the 650S what the Speciale is to the Ferrari 458. It's the lighter version, the one built for the track with features that come straight motorsport, such as carbon brakes.
Sales were strictly limited to 500 units, and all found owners by 2015, although we've seen some deliveries happening as late as last month. LT is McLaren talk for Long Tail, just like the F1LT that raced at Le Mans.
We're likely to be looking at the most powerful 3.8-liter supercar builds because the newer 720S will switch to a 4.0-liter V8. Even though the tail isn't long, incremental changes have been made to boost downforce by as much as 40% over the regular model.
It's certainly more beautiful too, with an angry carbon fiber chin and tail added to the car and that sexy round exhaust that sticks out. Falco also opted for the Spider version, so his car can have a million miles of headroom, most of which is inundated by engine noise.
Even though it's only got 25 more horsepower than the car it's based on, the 675LT has 50% new engine parts. Let's see how long he holds onto the car before moving to something else.