If you have the money, McLaren Special Operations' will make your dreams come true.
With aggressive styling and butterfly doors, the McLaren 765LT can never be described as dull. Spotting an example of the British supercar will have most gearheads craning their necks for a better look, but in some parts of the country, it's just one of many supercars you see on a daily basis.
In well-to-do areas where flashy cars are relatively common, the rich and famous have taken to customizing their vehicles in order to stand out from the crowd. Carmakers such as Rolls-Royce offer customers a bespoke service, creating one-of-one vehicles that are unique and never repeated.
McLaren also offers in-house customization, tailoring pricey supercars to match the customer's exacting requirements. Their latest creation? A pink-painted 765LT for makeup mogul Jeffree Star.
With an estimated $200 million net worth, Star certainly has deep enough pockets to make his dream car become a reality. McLaren Special Operations custom made the 765LT, painting it "Pink Magic", with crushed blue and purple glitter flakes. The blue crystal carbon fiber is also a unique touch, subduing the vivid paint somewhat. The black-painted wheels feature a tinge of the body color, with the five spokes also finished in bright pink.
The interior of the McLaren is equally flamboyant, trimmed in Baby Pink leather, replete with a matching steering wheel. The blue crystal carbon can also be found in the cabin, along with "Wonka Blue" interior accents.
"I wanted this car to look like candy that you can eat," said Star. The carbon-fiber racing seats are the same ones that you'll find in the Senna.
Underneath the unusual exterior, the 765LT is still one rapid supercar. The 4.0-liter V8 produces 755 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, allowing the mid-engined supercar to hit 62 mph in 2.8 seconds and 124 mph in a mere seven seconds. Star is a self-confessed car lover, with a McLaren Senna, 570S, and Rolls-Royce Wraith all forming part of his collection.
Arriving just in time to match his pink 765LT is a customized 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III. Fully restored, the British luxury classic now sports a baby pink exterior and interior but, importantly, has also gone through a full mechanical and electrical refurbishment.
While it may not be to everyone's taste, it's incredible to see the lengths McLaren will go to in order to please a loyal customer. The striking 765LT wears the color surprisingly well and, while we can't speak for the resale value, customized celebrity cars have a tendency to not fetch much once their monied owners are bored of them. Just ask Michael Jordan...