Last week, we showed you a customized Nissan GT-R interior by Carlex Design, featuring red leather surfaces, carbon fiber and Alcantara galore. Now, that very same recipe has been applied to a 720S.
The Polish tuner took the McLaren and stuffed it full of plush materials, changing the appearance of the seats, door panels, dashboard, center console, steering wheel and even the floor mats. The end result is a 3D-like aesthetic, obtained through a combination of black and red leather, Alcantara and contrast stitching.
A match made in Heaven?
Even though this type of interior design may not be to everyone’s liking, at least the cabin now matches the exterior, which we’re guessing was what the owner of the car intended all along. At the same time, the interior also matches the character of the McLaren 720S, which is one of the most bonkers supercars ever made in terms of straight line performance.
To be fair though, this may not actually be the most outrageous McLaren 720S interior by Carlex. That honor should probably go to this purple and white cabin unveiled roughly a year ago – it actually has more Alcantara-covered surfaces than this most recent project.
By the way, underneath its flamboyant bodywork, this car boasts a 4.0-liter twin turbocharged V8 engine, pushing out 710 HP (720 PS) and 568 lb-ft (770 Nm) of torque. These figures are sufficient so as to help you hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.9 seconds and max out at 212 mph (341 km/h).