McLaren prompted Speedtail hypercar buyers how to design their carsDecember 28, 2018
The company introduced three hybrid personalization programs.
Each of the buyers hypercar McLaren Speedtail can choose the finish and design of almost any element of the car to your liking. To give customers an idea of the possibilities of their personalization program and give them ideas on where to start when ordering, the manufacturer has prepared three “thematic” design collections, called Urbane, Visionary and Dynamic.
Each of the collections includes three different options for the design of the exterior and interior. Urbane collection is designed for people who do not like bright colors of exterior design, but want to order a bright interior. One of the design options is called the Stratosphere: it is a body made of unpainted carbon, the interior in cool shades and anodized aluminum trim.
The Astral design option, which is part of the Visionary collection, offers a bright orange body color, a dark blue interior trim with nubuck, leather, carbon and 18-carat white gold inlays.
The most striking design is the Dynamic collection and the design version called Bloodline. When ordering such a machine, the client will receive a bright red body, black glossy wheels and silver brake calipers. In the salon, the driver’s seat will be trimmed with red leather, and the passenger – white.
McLaren Speedtail debuted in October. Hypercar received a 1050-hp hybrid powerplant based on a four-liter twin-turbo eight. From zero to 100 kilometers per hour, the Speedtail accelerates in 2.7 seconds, and up to 300 in 12.8 seconds. The maximum speed of the car is 403 kilometers per hour.
A total of 106 copies of the McLaren Speedtail will be collected. All cars are already sold.
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