McLaren 720S Goes Stealth with New MSO Visual Theme

There’s nothing quite like seeing how McLaren’s Special Operations division (MSO) transforms each of the carmaker’s cars into unique wonders on four wheels. Their latest gimmick, the Stealth Theme for the 720S.
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This special design is not like some of the creations MSO is responsible for, meaning unique to an individual car. This one has been designed for the bulk of McLaren buyers who lack the time or mood to sit around with the carmaker’s designers talking details. The Stealth theme will be available for purchase in three specification levels for the 720S.

So, what is the Stealth theme? A lot of Sarthe Grey exterior paint, meant to take inspiration from the McLaren F1 GTR that won the Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe in 1995, contrasted by Vermillion Red detailing on the front of the car and the bonnet and extending back along the body sides to the rear deck. MSO says the red accents were hand-painted in over 200 hours of hard labor.

The body of the car in this guise is made to stand out thanks to the use of 10-spoke super lightweight alloy wheels, also dark in tone, as they come in Satin Black and Vermillion Red on the outer rim.

The interior of the special 720S is special just as well. The switches are made of carbon fiber, just as the center panel surrounds. Alcantara is used to dressing the interior, with contrasting red leather and Apex Red stitching on the fascia, door inners and seats.

This special 720S receives no technical enhancements. It is powered by the same 4.0-liter V8 engine as all other models of the family, packing 720 horsepower.

McLaren did not say how much the Stealth theme costs. Full details on the special edition as released by the carmaker can be found in the document attached below.
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