Carlex Design has given the McLaren 720S a luxury makeover.
McLaren's Special Operations department offers a wealth of personalization options for its supercars, but this 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 is finished in a deep emerald shade inspired by British Racing Green, complemented with graphite rims measuring 19 inches at the front and 20 inches at the back, wrapped in high-performance Perilli tires. It's a stylish combination, but it's the custom interior that stands out most.
Whereas the standard interior features carbon bucket seats, the Racing Green Edition's cabin is trimmed in high quality caramel-colored leather and Alcantara, which is applied to the seats, dashboard, center console, and armrest. The headlining and door panels are also trimmed in Alcantara, and the floor mats and carpets have also been replaced. These high-quality materials are decorated with seams, laser-engraved motifs and white contrasting inserts. This is easily the most luxurious McLaren 720S we've seen yet.
Carlex is charging €65,000 (around $76,800) to give the McLaren 720S a luxury makeover and a fancy new shade of British Racing Green paint.
Considering the standard McLaren 720S starts at $299,000, the total cost of the conversion comes to around $375,000. Carlex doesn't make any mechanical modifications, but there are plenty of tuners willing to extract more performance from the McLaren 720S.
In stock form, McLaren's Super Series car is powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 producing 710 hp and 568 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to sprint from 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds and top out at 212 mph. If you still want more performance, Novitec can increase the output to a respectable 806 hp and 648 lb-ft, reducing the 0-62 mph time down to 2.7 seconds and increasing the top speed to 215 mph.