McLaren MSO 720S Stealth

Nov 20, 2018

Category: Rides

We’re all aware that many of today’s luxury and supercar brands utilize in-house tuners, full design wings, and creative teams. It’s no surprise that luxury automotive manufacturer McLaren has one of the most celebrated design groups of any brand, and the new 720S “Stealth” by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) is another superb addition to their incredible portfolio.

The color scheme for the one-off 720S Stealth was inspired by the 1995 Le Mans winner, a Sarthe Grey McLaren F1 GTR supercar contrasted by hand-painted Vermillion Red accents. It’s the first ever bespoke racing model for McLaren. The Stealth utilizes carbon fiber exterior components and 10-spoke super lightweight alloy wheels, which are finished in a handsome MSO Bespoke Satin Black. The bonnet and rear deck of the car was hand-painted by master craftsmen at MSO who spent almost 200 hours completing the job. The car received a sport-oriented interior makeover, as well, combining carbon fiber paneling and Alcantara Leather upholstery to round out the already luxurious build that’s hiding a 4.0-liter V8 producing 720 horsepower.

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