McLaren Creates Three Bespoke Speedtail Design Collections

McLaren has come up with three design collections for its 250 mph Speedtail hyper GT, curated by the British automaker’s Color and Material team.

The three collections are dubbed Urbane, Visionary and Dynamic, and feature highlights such as body and interior panels finished in Satin 1K or Gloss 1K, with interwoven gold visual carbon fiber or anodized aluminum. Meanwhile, interior options include bespoke electro-chromatic glazing tints, nubuck and aniline leather, TPT carbon surfaces and more.

Urbane

This collection houses three different themes, one of them being ‘Stratosphere‘, which sees the Speedtail finished in gloss 1K full visual carbon fiber with the contour pack, brushed light blue anodized aluminum, platinum with TPT carbon inlay badging, and a cool-hued cabin with a metallic light blue driver seat and light grey passenger seats.

Finally, there’s the bespoke navy painted edge with navy contrast stitching.

Visionary

This is the second collection and it includes themes like ‘Astral‘, which is said to have been inspired by the UK’s wealth of nautical heritage, hence the navy blue interior, nubuck bespoke navy passenger seats, full aniline leather navy driver’s seat, Nebular quilt and the digital print on the nubuck navy leather upper trim.

On the outside, this Speedtail theme offers a bespoke orange with silver pinstripe finish, gloss 1K visual carbon fiber and white gold 18 carat with TPT inlay badging.

Dynamic

As for the third collection, this one is meant to be more sporty, futuristic and sumptuous, according to McLaren. Here, you’ll find the ‘Bloodline‘ theme, which is distinguished by a bespoke red exterior with gloss black diamond cut wheels, featuring a light copper edge and silver brake calipers.

Inside, there’s a full aniline bespoke red driver seat, while the passengers sit on semi aniline bespoke white seats. Meanwhile, the steering wheel clasp, paddle shifters, window and door bezel surround are all highlighted in TPT carbon quartz white.

“The McLaren Speedtail is our most ambitious project to date and all were sold months before the car was even unveiled,” stated the automaker’s head of Color and Material design, Jo Lewis. “This level of faith in McLaren products demands that we strive to even greater heights of detail and excellence. As a result of meticulous study of colours, forms and textures by our design team, finding inspiration in areas that are uncharted in automotive design, we believe that we will achieve this with the look and feel of each individual Speedtail. Whilst only 106 customer cars will be built, it is important that each one is unique, so this tailored collection is quite simply, like no other – as is the McLaren Speedtail itself.”

The McLaren Speedtail features a 1,050 PS (1,035 HP) petrol-electric hybrid powertrain and can accelerate from zero to 300 km/h (186 mph) in just 12.8 seconds.

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  • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

    When are the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini going to catch up?
    McLaren really is stealing the hypercar limelight these days.

    • Mat

      Ferrari catch up with McLaren? LOL

      • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

        As far as technology goes, Ferrari is still in the 1990s.

        • designer_dick

          I wouldn’t say Ferrari’s technology is still in the 1990s, but McLaren does possess a slight technological edge, which is all the more shocking when you consider that, until very recently, Ferrari was under the wing of Fiat then FCA, and had access to financial and technical resources far beyond what McLaren has at its disposal.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Ferrari may sell more cars every year, but McLaren seem to have new model launching all the time. There’s always something interesting going on.

          • Vassilis

            Yes mate, because they need to establish themselves. They’ve already done so but that’s the reason they succeeded.

        • Mat

          Ferrari in 90’s?:) What kind of technology Are You refering to?

    • Six_Tymes

      only if they went backwards.

  • Kannag Don Amenra

    The black one is stunning! The ugly but functional slippery front wheels blend nicely with the black, too.

  • DMax

    It’s so freaking ugly. Looks like a bar of soap. And the interior looks like it was inspired by a washing machine. Yuck

    • Stigasawuswrecks

      I think you may need to visit an optometrist.

  • Vassilis

    I read an extensive preview about the Speedtail in TG mag. What a car. Truly fascinating.

  • MarketAndChurch

    We need a video walk around of all 3, asap

  • Six_Tymes

    this thing looks like a futuristic design exercise from 1967

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