McLaren has revealed a new one-off ‘Stealth Theme’ for the 710bhp 720S, with this new bespoke version of the supercar commissioned by McLaren’s London showroom.
Produced by McLaren’s Special Operations division, the MSO 720S Stealth Theme features darkened paintwork with red accents, lashings of carbon fibre and a new set of lightweight alloy wheels.
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The base coat, dubbed ‘Defined Sarthe Grey’, is inspired by the 1995 McLaren F1 GTR, which was famed for its performance at the Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe.
The Stealth Theme also features hand-painted coachlines around the car’s nose, tail and wheels. Finished in ‘Vermillion Red’ and applied by hand, McLaren claims that the process of applying the red detailing takes up to 200 hours.
Satin-finish carbon fibre is used extensively on the 720S Stealth pack, with the air intakes, door mirrors, engine cover and rear aero bridges all being treated to a spot of weight reduction.
Inside, the MSO 720S Stealth Theme is finished in carbon fibre and Alcantara. The door cards, fascia and seats are trimmed with red leather too.
With just one MSO 720S Stealth Theme produced, the car is an example of what McLaren customers can do through the brand’s MSO Bespoke service.
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source: AutoExpress Best Car Reviews (autoexpress.co.uk)