Tuners have upgraded McLaren 720SOctober 28, 2020
McLaren’s Special Operations division offers many customization options for its supercars, but that hasn’t stopped Carlex Design from offering a new, more luxurious take on the magnificent McLaren 720S.
Dubbed the Racing Green Edition, the custom McLaren 720S features a deep emerald hue inspired by the iconic British Racing Green, complete with 19″ front and 20″ rear graphite wheels wrapped in high-performance Perilli tires. This in itself is already a stylish combination, but the individual interior stands out the most.
While the standard cabin features carbon fiber bucket seats, the Racing Green Edition cab is finished in high-quality caramel leather and Alcantara, which is applied to the seats, dashboard, center console and armrest.
The ceiling and door panels are also finished in Alcantara and the floor mats have been replaced. High quality materials are embellished with seams, laser-etched patterns and contrasting white accents. This is arguably the most luxurious McLaren 720S we’ve ever seen.
The tuner will have to pay 65,000 euros to get a McLaren 720S with a luxurious exterior and new British Racing Green shade. Considering that the standard McLaren 720S starts at $ 299,000, the total cost of the revised model will be about $ 375,000. That being said, Carlex does not make any mechanical modifications to the McLaren 720S.
In standard form, the McLaren Super Series is powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that develops 710 hp. and 770 Nm of torque, which allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 341 km / h. For those looking for high performance, Novitec can increase the power to 806 hp. and 875 Nm, reducing the acceleration time to 2.7 seconds and increasing the top speed to 346 km / h.
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