McLaren Singapore launches the MSO 765LT Spider in bespoke Pacific Colourstream
Singapore - At a recent CNY special preview session, McLaren Singapore unveiled a stunning McLaren 765LT Spider (alongside a very special Gulf Oil-liveried 675LT), which features an array of personalisation options carried out by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), the brand’s in-house bespoke division.
(Click HERE to read about a McLaren Senna LM in Gulf Oil racing livery)
(Click HERE to read our First Drive Review of the 2015 McLaren 675LT)
Most unique is the display car's dramatic paintwork, which is finished in a ‘colour-shifting’ MSO Bespoke Pacific Colourstream, which includes hues of blue, purple and orange – depending on how the light hits it.
(Click HERE to read about McLaren Special Operations, the brand's technical personalisation division)
For that sporting flourish, the front splitter, rear bumper and side skirts are crafted of carbonfibre, while the mirror housings, air intakes and front fender louvres are tastefully finished in visual gloss carbonfibre.
Prices are a moot point, since all the 765LTs are sold out in both Coupe and Spider guises (and yes, you will need one to apply any MSO treatment too), but we're talking an indicative S$2.3m before COE for this deep purple 765LT that was on display.
HOWEVER, all is not lost, because Eurokars Supersports, Singapore's McLaren dealer, plans to bring 'The Art of the Possible' even closer to its customers in Singapore by launching the 720S Bespoke Collection, which offers the option of over 250 colours to choose from through the MSO Bespoke exterior paint programme.
(Click HERE to read our First Drive Review of the 720S)
And the cherry topping on top? These new 720S orders will be 'underwritten' by Eurokars Supersports' Guaranteed Future Value Programme, which safeguards the customer's depreciation with a guaranteed buy-back price.