New McLaren 570S Design Editions revealed

Five exclusive Design Editions of the multi-award winning McLaren 570S are announced today, taking the popular ‘By McLaren’ personalisation themes a stage further with combinations of colour, trim and finish that are guaranteed to showcase the Sports Series coupe at its stunning best.

The Design Editions have been painstakingly created by the people who know McLaren’s array of personalisation options the best – McLaren’s own designers.

Every design element has been selected to be in perfect harmony, with McLaren’s signature colours coordinated with different finishes and materials such as the highest quality Alcantara and Nappa leather. Each Edition comprises the designers’ choice on exterior paint, wheel style and finish, exhaust style, and calliper colour – along with what the designers have decided is the By McLaren interior package that most complements the exterior.

Design Edition 1, for example, combines a Vermillion Red body with five-spoke wheels and diamond-cut finish, Stealth exhaust and red brake callipers. Inside, this 570S receives a By McLaren package of Carbon Black Alcantara and Apex Red Nappa leather seats, Jet Black Nappa leather upper facia, Apex Red Nappa leather lower facia, Slate Grey contrasting stitching, a dual colour co-ordinated steering wheel and a McLaren branded leather sill finisher.

As well as the most harmonious looks inside and out, ordering a McLaren 570S in this way makes financial sense for the customer. Previously these items could only be specified separately, meaning the Design Edition all-in option price of £8,500 represents a significantly lower price than the single option pricing.

Clients are still free to make further trim and equipment choices and add their own personal choice of carbon-fibre options. As well as Onyx Black, the other body colours of the five Design Editions are Vermillion Red, Storm Grey, Ventura Orange, and Silica White.

The Design Editions are available exclusively for the McLaren 570S with orders now being taken for first deliveries in 2017.







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